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  1. Google Books Makes a Deal with France's Top Publisher

    Hachette will be making the digitized books available to the national library (Bibliothèque Nationale de France) and other libraries. Google has reached an agreement with France's largest publishing company, Hachette Libre.

  2. CitySquares.com to Begin National Expansion

    Get the geopolitical information online, municipal information, local government, post office, libraries, public schools, trash and recycling collection schedules, historical facts, playgrounds, parking lots, public transportation, local school...

  3. blinkx Seeks to Acquire MIVA for $1.20 Per Share

    With an index of over 26 million hours of searchable video and more than 350 media partnerships, including national broadcasters, commercial media giants, and private video libraries, blinkx has cemented its position as the premier destination for...

  4. Search Records Requests under Patriot Act Ruled Unconstitutional

    In its original form the Patriot Act granted the FBI, among other things, the power to issue “national security letters” (NSLs) that would compel search engines, ISPs, phone companies, libraries and other public sources of information to turn over...

  5. 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...

  6. Benjamin Franklin Gets His Own Search Engine

    To build the site, Clusty received support from the National Science Foundation and Pennsylvania Commonwealth Libraries. News from Clusty this morning that they have launched a new "specialty search database" to mark the 300th Bithday (his...

  7. Web Search History: Before Google Answers and Yahoo Answers There Was "Answer Point" From Ask Jeeves

    I would like to encourage you to take a look (if you haven't already) at my post about "other" question answering services that discusses what libraries of all types offer "virtually" in terms of question answering without having to visit the...