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  1. Hypertext Visionary Jorge Luis Borges Celebrated with Google Logo

    Adding to this nightmare scenario in “Babel”: this library contains every book, whether it contains inaccuracies, predictions, biographies, or translations. Borges would later explore similar territory for “The Book of Sand,” in which the idea of...

  2. SearchDay | Small Business Site Architecture

    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 Association of American Publishers (AAP), which represented a broad class of...

  3. SearchDay: SEO Issues with Global Expansion

    Posted by Kevin Heisler Jun 17, 2008 The most talked-about book in the search engine industry was just bought by Atlantic Books' editor-in-chief Ravi Mirchandani. Gary Price of ResourceShelf Wins SLA President's Citation Posted by Kevin Heisler Jun...

  4. Q&A With's Gary Price

    So, it's a way for us to take a common search like children's books, and turn people on to this specialty database. You can search for books by color, age group, imaginary characters, that kind of thing.

  5. Search Headlines & Links: September 13, 2006

    Banned Books List (Google Library News Smart Answers, ResourceShelf Explore banned books, Google Book Search Google's blogging (and here) about how it is supporting the 25th anniversary of the American Library Association's Banned Book Week by...

  6. Google Book Search Wins Victory In German Challenge

    WBG, a German publisher, today decided to drop its petition for preliminary injunction against the Google Books Library Project. It's our belief that the display of short snippets from in-copyright books does not infringe German copyright law.

  7. Daily SearchCast, March 10, 2006: Google Buys Writely Browser Word Processor; The Richest People In Search; Search Engines Are Bad For Your Wedding Gift Registry & More!

    Today's search podcast covers Google buying the Writely browser-based word processor, Orkut's woes continue; Google to help power Firefox anti-phishing tools; is someone drafting your search ad; more on the Ashley Cole Gay results at Google...