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  1. Craig Silverstein, Larry & Sergey’s First Hire, Quits Google

    Craig Silverstein, the first employee hired by Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1998, is leaving the company. Silverstein, who helped build the Google search engine, met Page and Brin while the three attended Stanford University.

  2. Yellow Pages and Search

    The strict taxonomy and categorization prevents millions of users from finding what they want," says Erron Silverstein, chief executive officer of YellowBot. Silverstein also indicated that nearly 2 percent of users are actively providing content...

  3. Yellow Pages and Search

    The strict taxonomy and categorization prevents millions of users from finding what they want,” says Erron Silverstein, Chief Executive Officer of YellowBot. Silverstein also indicated that nearly 2 percent of users are actively providing content...

  4. 2007: A Search Odyssey? Keynote Conversation with Matt Cutts

    Craig Silverstein [director of technology at Google” joked that he wanted Google to be like HAL from 2001: A Space Odyssey, but not killing people," continued Sherman. In addition to being an oxymoron, though, the same writer reassures us that Matt...

  5. 2007: A Search Odyssey? Keynote Conversation with Matt Cutts

    Craig Silverstein [director of technology at Google” joked that he wanted Google to be like HAL from 2001: A Space Odyssey, but not killing people," continued Sherman. In addition to being an oxymoron, though, the same writer reassures us that Matt...

  6. More On AOL Pushing Google Into Graphic Ads & AOL Promotion

    Offers Banners The focus that Google has on our users, you know, a very slim homepage and so forth -- text ads, not banner," says Silverstein. Google has on our users, you know, a very slim homepage and so forth -- text ads, not banner," says...

  7. Search Engine Forums Spotlight

    Interview With Google's Craig Silverstein. My understanding is that the integrated script would return a combination of AdSense results and organic results, and that the AdSense results will somehow be automatically branded with the AdSense...