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  1. How Video Site NDN is Driving 500 Million+ Video Views Per Month

    From the Chicago Tribune and Christian Science Monitor to Breitbart and Journal Broadcast Group; digital publishers are increasingly relying NDN to power their entire video content management system: leveraging our technology to host and present...

  2. SEMPO Tells Government: Don't Censor Search Engines

    Why should looking for things on the Internet be subject to government regulation, any more than you'd expect laws on how you could do research at your local library? Think about all the forms of information that used tobe very difficult to access...

  3. Google Fighting Freedom of Press in Spain, Getting Fined in France

    Google is just the very quick media resource center of the library - it is the actual sources of the information that should be the determining factor of inclusion. Though freedom-of-expression provisions of Spanish law protect newspapers, legal...

  4. SearchDay | Small Business Site Architecture

    The publications will come from the library collections participating in . Google Reaches Agreement with Authors, Publishers for Book Search Posted by Nathania Johnson Oct 28, 2008 Google has reached an agreement with the Authors Guild and the...

  5. Google is an Optimist. Newspapers are Pessimists.

    The plan I proposed suggests newspapers should be thinking about becoming all media for their community: TV, radio, community center, private library, education center. When newspapers had a near-monopoly over retailers' access to customers...

  6. Search Headlines & Links: October 18, 2006

    Microsoft Partners With Cornell University Library For Live Book Search Library to their book search initiative. Threadwatch spotted a IT Pro article that claims some invites have gone out to publishers to test a new content ad system that works...

  7. Daily SearchCast, July 13, 2006: SES Latino; Yahoo's Expansion To US Hispanic Sites; Google Does Radio Ads Survey & More!

    Times reports that the majority of the building will be used for "technology and call center, with about 40,000 square feet needed to house the library digitization project. The Wall Street Journal (subscription required) reports on the "bundle...