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  1. Google April Fools' Pranks 2013: YouTube Closing, Google Nose, Gmail Blue & More!

    Colbert, or morning pool party and massages. Courtesy of the Google Aromabase, you can search and smell: At least according to Google Nose, one of the latest additions to Google's long line of new technologies that never seem to quite make it past...

  2. Schmidt's Solution to Street View Privacy Concerns? 'Just Move'

    Later, Schmidt said this was a "joke" on "The Colbert Report. During the past seven days, five countries have complained about Google's Street View cars. The growing outcry over privacy prompted Google to post another apology on their blog, which...

  3. Google Bombs Away! Liberals Eager to Damage GOP in the SERPs

    In 2007, Stephen Colbert's Colbert Nation website began ranking #1 for terms such as [giant brass balls] and [greatest living American], in what was dubbed a Google bombing test. With the November mid-term elections just a few weeks away in the U.S...

  4. YouTube Wins Case Against Viacom

    Executives as high up as the president of Comedy Central and the head of MTV Networks felt "very strongly" that clips from shows like The Daily Show and The Colbert Report should remain on YouTube. David Lieberman of USA TODAY says, "Entertainment...

  5. (Google) Insights on VP Candidate Sarah Palin

    Knowing that Massachusetts, California, and New Jersey index high in interest for Hybrids, GM can adjust their Hulu media buy to heavily IP target (99 percent accurate, according to IP industry leader Digital Envoy) these three states and run...

  6. Google to Viacom: Don't Turn YouTube into SueTube

    Viacom filed its lawsuit last year, asking for damages for the unauthorized viewing of programming from MTV, Comedy Central and other networks, including such hits as "The Colbert Show" and "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

  7. Google ranks The Colbert Nation #1 for "giant brass balls"

    If you conduct a search on Google for giant brass balls, The Colbert Nation ranks #1. So, Colbert Nation, we are not -ahem- suggesting a Google Bombing campaign… but isn't it time to start linking to the Greatest Living American?

  8. Daily SearchCast, August 22, 2006: AOL Firings Over Search Privacy Issue; Evaluating Search Engine Rating Figures; Saving Addresses For Mapping Sites & More!

    Stephen Colbert's Today's search podcast covers AOL firing execs over the search privacy issue; how to evaluate search engine popularity figures; Google gets your MTV into web sites; saving addresses for reuse on Google Maps AOL Fires Technology...