SEO News

Google Print Library Project

RSS
  1. Daily SearchCast, July 13, 2006: SES Latino; Yahoo's Expansion To US Hispanic Sites; Google Does Radio Ads Survey & More!

    Times reports that the majority of the building will be used for "technology and call center, with about 40,000 square feet needed to house the library digitization project. Verizon has formally filed with the SEC to sell its directory unit...

  2. A Look Back as Google's Library Project Passes the One Year Mark

    Google Print Now Publishing Out-Of-Copyright Works Gained Through Library Scanning Program Tomorrow, the Google Library Project will be one year old. Here's a link to our first SearchDay article about the Google Library Project from December 14, 2004.

  3. Daily SearchCast, Nov. 29, 2005: Rev Up Your Shopping Searches, TiVo's Ad Search, ex-Googlers Blogging Away, Headhunting For Search Tech And Search Marketing Talent, An Ant Species Named After Google

    Issues for Google Library Project in Europe Print Restriction Print Ad Company Ramps Up Hiring Today's search podcast covers shopping search engines, TiVo planning an ad search feature, ex-Googlers blogging about their glory days, the fight for...

  4. Daily SearchCast, Nov. 22, 2005: Google & Library Of Congress Team On World Digital Library; Google Growth & Growth Issues; Yahoo Gains Famed AltaVista Alumnus Broder; Search Gains In Popularity

    Report from Google Print Debate at New York Public Library Involvement in Google Library Project World Digital Library project to digitize important works from around the world, the rival and preexisting Open Content Alliance backed by Yahoo, MSN...

  5. Harvard's Involvement in Google Library Project

    While the academic and library research value of the Google Print project is massive and Google should be commended, it's important to remember that Google's plan to digitize this massive amount of material is about selling books (in various...

  6. Google Print Debate at NY Public Library

    This should be interesting: The NYPL and WIRED Magazine present a discussion about the competing interests and issues raised by the Google Print Library Project, and whether a universal digital repository of our collective knowledge is in our future.