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  1. After Being Crushed By Google Panda, Voucher and Car Classified Sites Recover

    Large libraries of content sit naturally on car classified sites that many users will find helpful, and with users visiting 11 pieces of content before they convert, a large inventory of content, as well as a large inventory of cars, can be...

  2. The Future of Search: A One-Act Play in Three Acts (Act Two)

    The Bush II regime was happy to sign a law requiring libraries and bookstores to submit lists of names of people who bought or checked out books on particular topics, complete with an automatic gag order that prevented anyone discussing the order...

  3. Revised Google Book Settlement Addresses Rightsholders Issues

    Additionally, they will have agreements with libraries to provide access to Google Books. Rightsholders also have the ability to limit what Google previews in book search results. The Google Book Settlement has finally been revised.

  4. SearchDay: SEO Issues with Global Expansion

    Gary Price of ResourceShelf Wins SLA President's Citation Posted by Kevin Heisler Jun 17, 2008 The former news editor of Search Engine Watch just won one of the nation's most prestigious awards granted to library professionals at the annual...

  5. Q&A With Ask.com's Gary Price

    For example, coming up with ways to help utilize some of the library world's content, and just letting people know what libraries have to offer, and how can we work together with libraries. So, Ask.com is very happy with me just going out and...

  6. Search Headlines & Links: September 13, 2006

    Google's blogging (and here) about how it is supporting the 25th anniversary of the American Library Association's Banned Book Week by posting information about novels that have been challenged or banned from being in libraries within the...

  7. Highlights from the SEW Blog: August 10, 2006

    Google will be funding "the scanning of "several million" of the 34 million titles in the University of California's libraries. University of California Joins Google's Book Scan ProjectReuters reports that the University of California is working...

  8. Daily SearchCast, July 5, 2006: Google's Ranking Criteria Categories Exposed?; Lawsuit Over Rankings Might Go Ahead; Google's Not-So-Killer Products; Windows Live Local Click-To-Call & More!

    Google signed agreements with publishing houses, instead of libraries (as Baidu has), including publishers named Tsinghua The People's Daily Online reports that Google will be launching an on-line book search service in China.