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  1. Google's Related Searches Fresher Than Ever

    Searching for kung fu and getting a tip about the Kung Fu Panda movie (which my kids loved, btw). Google Finally Copies Microsoft, Adds 'Related Searches' to Google News Google has announced that their related search suggestions are now extra fresh.

  2. New York Times Magazine's Deep Look At Google, Censorship & China

    We've had Google China head Kai-Fu Lee say how important insisting on and following principles should be. Google in China: The Big Disconnect, looking at how Google's entry into the country from 2000 onward, touching along the way on Yahoo and...

  3. Google Chinese Censorship Protested At Stanford, Berkeley

    Kai-Fu Lee, talking at the campuses on a recruiting drive. You might remember Google fought a big huge case to get Microsoft's non-compete claims off his back. News.com points at a San Francisco Chronicle article covering protests at UC Berkeley...

  4. Daily SearchCast, Dec. 23, 2005: Google's Possible Second IPO; Google Promises AOL Won't Create Compromises; Tag Search Via Wink; Top Searches Of The Year From Ask Jeeves & More!

    Kung Fu Over Kai-Fu Betwen Google Cleaner Look In The Microsoft Three Portal Strategy Today's search podcast covers Google putting its 5 percent share of AOL into a holding company that may go public in the future; Google reassurances that the

  5. In the Case of Google's Dr. Kai-Fu Lee: California Judge Sides (For Now) with Microsoft

    Lawyers from the high-tech titans appeared in federal court a few hours after Judge Ronald Whyte indicated he will pause a Google lawsuit that seeks to invalidate a noncompete agreement that's preventing Kai-Fu Lee from carrying out all his duties...

  6. Daily SearchCast, Sept. 22, 2005: MSN Quashes Relevancy Report, Google TV Coming, Monitoring Hurricane Rita, Top Search Terms For The Past Decade, Goodbye To The Ask Jeeves Butler & More!

    Kai-Fu Microsoft Microsoft Today's search podcast covers MSN squelching the release of a search relevancy report where it doesn't shine, Google getting more into TV search, ways to monitor the movement of Hurricane Rita, most popular search terms...

  7. Daily SearchCast, Sept. 15, 2005: MSN Katrina Flyover, John Battelle's Book 'The Search,' Sneaking Kai-Fu Lee In The Backdoor, Elections For SMA-NA, Google Graduates Its Personal Home Page, Yahoo's

    Microsoft Today's search podcast covers a new before-and-after aerial photo service from MSN, thumbs up for John Battelle's new book, a search marketing group holding its first officer elections, whether MSN's new search API really is "way...

  8. Google's Dr. Lee Can Recruit In China But Can't Work on Search or Speech Technologies

    Kai-Fu Lee can immediately begin recruiting for Google's new research center in China but can not work on speech, search and other technologies. A ruling from a King County, Washington judge was handed down today that says Google employee (formerly...

  9. Daily SearchCast, Sept. 8, 2005: Will Anti-Slapp Stop Traffic Power Suit? Are Larry & Sergey Most Powerful? Is Google Getting Bigger? Are You An Algoholic? How Can You Tunnel The Earth Via Google Maps

    Today's search podcast covers whether an anti-Slapp motion could quash the Traffic Power suit against SEO Book, a ruling to come next week in the Microsoft-Google dispute over Kai-Fu Lee, yet more signs that Google has a larger index that it hasn...