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  1. How Video Site NDN is Driving 500 Million+ Video Views Per Month

    From the Chicago Tribune and Christian Science Monitor to Breitbart and Journal Broadcast Group; digital publishers are increasingly relying NDN to power their entire video content management system: leveraging our technology to host and present...

  2. Adding Negatives: How to Filter Out Bad Paid Search Clicks & Prospects

    Go to the Shared library section of the campaigns tab. Click on “List Suggestions” under Campaigns > Shared Library > Campaign negative keywords. Go to Campaigns > Shared Library > Campaign Negative Keywords > List Suggestions.

  3. SEMPO Tells Government: Don't Censor Search Engines

    Why should looking for things on the Internet be subject to government regulation, any more than you'd expect laws on how you could do research at your local library? FTC's antitrust probe into Google, the search marketing organization SEMPO issues...

  4. SearchDay | Small Business Site Architecture

    The publications will come from the library collections participating in . Google Reaches Agreement with Authors, Publishers for Book Search Posted by Nathania Johnson Oct 28, 2008 Google has reached an agreement with the Authors Guild and the...

  5. Q&A With Ask.com's Gary Price

    One part of my role is simply to be a spokesperson for the library community, who also works for a large search engine. So here is the International Children's Digital Library, which is the specialty database with thousands of full textbooks for...

  6. Full Text Reports from the Congressional Research Service on Internet Privacy, Net Technology, and Protecting Children from "Unsuitable Material"

    Federal legislation (and related issues) dealing with Internet privacy, Internet technology, and the protection of children from "unsuitable material on the web," here are a few research reports from the non-partisan and highly respected...

  7. Show Me the Content: Web Search, Verticals, and Metasearch

    I've written numerous times about the many full-text databases (available for free, without going to the library, for personal use). Well, the San Francisco Public Library offers searchable access to many of these databases using a single interface.