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  1. 2007: A Search Odyssey? Keynote Conversation with Matt Cutts

    Cutts alluded to a range of other search types: image search, video, code search, and Google Desktop – which, like e-mail, Cutts believes is a safety net because it also remembers all the pages you've visited online and can bring up cached versions.

  2. 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

    Flickr, Del.io.us, Yahoo Mail, Yahoo Video, web search, desktop search, Yahoo Is it desktop focused? Today's search podcast covers an independent report finding Google's click fraud practices to be "reasonable," few object to Google's proposed...

  3. Daily SearchCast, June 14, 2006: MySpace To Auction Search Traffic; Google Picasa Gets Photo Sharing; NY State Says Shame On Google Video; Is That Google Earth In My Coffee Table? & More!

    Google has enhanced its desktop-based Picasa photo organizing program by offering users the ability to upload albums and easily share photos with others. Chief Operating Officer Peter Chermin said today MySpace plans to "auction off our search...

  4. Daily SearchCast, June 7, 2006: Google Rethinking Chinese Censorship? Rock, Paper, Scissors, US Senator, Google Guy; What People Search For At The CIA Web Site & More!

    Google started beta testing the desktop based AdWords management software in late January. Picasa is Google's desktop based photo management software, that they bought back in July 2004. Today's search podcast covers Google reconsidering Chinese...

  5. Daily SearchCast, May 26, 2006: Dell's Doing Google, Dude; Google Does 50% Of US Searches; Don't Be Evil? Don't Make Ballmer Laugh & More!

    Desktop search, the Google Toolbar, and the default search engine will be set to Google on these Dell PCs. Today's search podcast covers Google and Dell sitting in a tree, k-i-s-s-i-n-g. Odeo channel or through iTunes via this link (or use...

  6. Daily SearchCast, May 11, 2006: Google Trends For Researching What's Hot & What's Not; Google Co-op, Google's Big Time Tagging Experiment; Complaints Over Commission Cuts & More!

    Press Day, including the hot research tool Google Trends, the "freaky weird" mass tagging system of Google Co-op, Google Gadgets for your desktop and a coming Google Notebook. The Inside Google Desktop blog announced the release of a new version...

  7. Daily SearchCast, May 10, 2006: Yahoo Livesearch: Answers Before You Finish Typing!; Yahoo & Google Seek IE7 Users; Will It Be Google Rather Than Vegemite Sandwich? & More! (Corrected File)

    The tool is a desktop application that searches Google using a site: command and also checks sites that link to you, to see if they are banned as well. Today's search podcast covers Yahoo's new Livesearch feature, which gives you results before...

  8. Daily SearchCast, May 9, 2006: Yahoo's New Panama Ad System; Getting Real Time Date; Microsoft's New Moves In Maps; Googlers Fuel California Tax Revenues & More!

    Web resources and desktop/palm/client applications, that "offer real-time or near real-time" data and information. Yahoo's finally gone public with details about its new "Panama" ad system upgrade, which when launched later this year will bring...

  9. Daily SearchCast, March 15, 2006: Google Must Give Up Query Data; Google Payments Takes On PayPal; Yahoo Tests New Home Page; New Home Price Discovery Tool & More!

    Today's search podcast covers Google to be ordered to hand over search query data; Google buys 3D software company; Google Payments offers PayPal alternative; ads come to Microsoft Live products; Yahoo employee shifts; Yahoo testing a new home...

  10. Daily SearchCast, March 7, 2006: Back From SES NY; Ask's Maps & New Features; Google's GDrive; Classified Ads From Microsoft; Stanford Daily Selling Links Again & More!

    The Google Desktop Today's search podcast covers a brief recap of the recent SES NY show; the growth -- or not -- of the search industry; Ask getting new features, including maps; Google likely to offer file storage; Microsoft's new classified...