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Space Exploration

  1. Can Facebook Graph Search Disrupt the Google Habit?

    Graph Search is a worthy exploration in the new frontier of search and it will be very interesting to watch it develop in the coming months. For Graph Search to become an unmitigated success it will need to shoot for a similar space.

  2. YouTube Wants to Put You in Space

    Today, we're launching YouTube Space Lab with Lenovo, in cooperation with Space Adventures, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the European Space Agency (ESA), and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA).

  3. Spies, Lies & Cold Hard Cash: Second Life Erupts In a War Over Privacy

    Unfortunately, space considerations (I'm way over my usual word count already) don't allow me to create an exhaustive exploration of this entire issue -- it really is huge. But it is the current one, and given the limited space I have here, I'm...

  4. 7 Reasons Why Google Instant Makes SEO Dead-on Relevant

    Matt Cutts discusses the exploration of questions in his own post: with Google Instant I find myself digging into a query more. The user still has choice at every single step of the search to conversion process, and an increase of choices within...

  5. Sergey Brin: Astronaut or Cosmonaut?

    Brin said in a Space Adventures statement, “I am a big believer in the exploration and commercial development of the space frontier, and am looking forward to the possibility of going into space. Sergey Brin, Google's co-founder, is planning a trip...

  6. The Search Engine Report - April 2, 2003 Number 77

    My recent exploration of blogging has left me with the thought that there's a good reason for Google or someone else to create a robust, blog-specific search engine. Creating Google-Free Space that Protects Your Privacy SearchEthos, March 14, 2003...