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  1. Is Charlie Chaplin's Body Missing Again? New Zealand Chaplin Doodle Is A Mystery

    Or is Google just testing out their new Doodle patent. Google Doodles are done to honor an event - a historical persons birthday such as locomotive engine inventor Richard Trevithick's 240th earlier this week or the 50th anniversary of manned space...

  2. New Search Patent Applications: October 6, 2006 - Google Takes Over the Patent Office

    There were some interesting new patent applications this week from Yahoo, Microsoft, and IBM, but nothing on the scale of the outpouring of intellectual property published and assigned to Google - I uncovered 15 new patent applications from the...

  3. New Search Patent Filings: October 4, 2006 - Using Google to find the Cable Guy

    A few new patent filings from Microsoft, Google, and Amazon.com. Google's newest patent filing expands upon Google Transit and Maps by providing information about taxi cabs, shuttles, limos, delivery trucks, moving vans, and other service vehicles.

  4. New Search Patent Applications: June 19, 2006 - Autolinking, and Better Advertising through Deletion Predictions

    Four patent applications from Google describe fighting spam in emails, providing product review searches, moving large amounts of data, and autolinking. Some queries involve the use of concepts and units, as described in at least five Yahoo patent...

  5. Daily SearchCast, May 9, 2006: Yahoo's New Panama Ad System; Getting Real Time Date; Microsoft's New Moves In Maps; Googlers Fuel California Tax Revenues & More!

    Some research on a recent trilogy of Go Daddy patent applications raised those questions in my mind. The patent filings involve adding additional reputation information to published whois data, and letting others use the information for a number...

  6. Understanding Search Engine Patents

    Rand was unable to attend in person, but thanks to moderator Chris Sherman's now famous "channeling" expertise (helped with a PowerPoint presentation with audio embedded), Rand was still able to walk the audience through his presentation on the...

  7. Understanding Search Engine Patents

    Rand was unable to attend in person, but thanks to moderator Chris Sherman's now famous "channeling" expertise (helped with a PowerPoint presentation with audio embedded), Rand was still able to walk the audience through his presentation on the...