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  1. Bing Linked Pages Simpler than Google+ Author Markup

    Our aim is to understand people as a 'first class object'. You As a First Class Object On first glance Linked Pages sounds like Bing's answers to Google's content authorship markup which harnesses Google+ as your identity verification service.

  2. Ask and LookSmart Send Out Click Fraud Settlement Letters

    The Settlement Notice informs you of the Court's certification of a class for settlement purposes; the nature of the claims alleged; your right to participate in, or exclude yourself from, the class; a proposed settlement; and how you can claim an...

  3. New Search Patent Filings: August 27, 2006 - Google's Recommendations, IBM's Speedier Pagerank, Napster's Search

    This is accomplished by creating an instance of a pre-existing object, replacing one or more functions of a table shared by all objects of the object's class, and triggering a call that ultimately causes the replacement functions to be called to...

  4. Daily SearchCast, July 25, 2006: Report Says Google's Click Fraud Practices "Reasonable;" Few Opposed Proposed Google Click Fraud Settlement; Tracking Packages Via Search; Getting Real-Time Traffic

    Today's search podcast covers an independent report finding Google's click fraud practices to be "reasonable," few object to Google's proposed click fraud settlement; Google's "wow" versus Yahoo's "consistency" in terms of product development...

  5. New Search Patents: May 3, 2006 - Microsoft and IBM Dominate with Recent Search Filings

    Preferably, ranker objects are organized into rank sets, where each rank set contains a different ranker object for each class of document to be scored. A method to identify a previously visited URL in results from a search may include loading a...

  6. Google Toolbar's AutoLink & The Need For Opt-Out

    But if someone wants to consciously choose to click on a button that makes new windows pop-open, it's hard to object. I see now that some places like Symantec now class Flyswat as spyware, which sort of amazes me given that I thought the product...