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  1. Google Health Shutting Down Doesn’t Mean Google Has Abandoned Health

    For more detail, Michael Shrage’s article in the Harvard Business Review’s Blog Network provides a thoughtful viewpoint Google Health’s innovation demise. I recall seeing Eric Schmidt, then CEO, publicly announce the launch in 2008 as a keynote...

  2. Q&A with Nicholas Carr, author, The Big Switch

    That's the premise of The Big Switch: Rewiring the World, from Edison to Google, the latest book by Nicholas Carr, former executive editor of the Harvard Business Review. KR: Speaking of privacy, one part of the book I found particularly...

  3. State of the Search Marketing Industry 2004

    Harvard Crimson Dec 14 2004 7:05PM GMT Marketers will spend (including both in-house and external media, service and licensing expenses) $3.3 billion on paid placement campaigns, $492 million on organic search engine optimization, $182 million on...

  4. The Search Engine Update - Number 170 - April 2, 2004

    Google's Thumbnails Illegal in Germany Greplaw.org, March 29, 2004 http://grep.law.harvard.edu/article.pl? Ruling clouds plans for search functions San Jose Mercury News, March 25, 2004 http://www.mercurynews.com/mld/mercurynews/business/technology...

  5. The Search Engine Update, April 15, 2003, Number 147

    Sadly, the Harvard report didn't compare Google's filtering to that done by other search engines. Google's SafeSearch porn filter (http://www.google.com/help/customize.html#safe) was found to exclude non-porn sites such as the American Library...