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  1. News Picks: More Instant Fallout, GoDaddy.com for Sale, Twitter/Facebook/LinkedIn All See Growth

    A computer science student at Stanford University who created YouTube Instant, an app that brings up different YouTube videos while you type, gets job offer via Twitter. We report the top search marketing news daily here at the Search Engine Watch...

  2. CondeNast Portfolio: Google Baffles Us

    Vanity Fair quotes Google's Larry Page on the logic behind the Google search engine: "Even in the very early days when we were at Stanford, you could type "university" into Google, and you actually got the top 10 universities.

  3. Search Engine Forums Spotlight

    Less than a year after the Stanford Daily decided selling links and hosting third party doorway pages was a bad idea, they've returned -- and at least one ranks pretty well. Paid Links, Hosted Doorway Pages Back At Stanford DailySearch Engine Watch...

  4. Daily SearchCast, March 7, 2006: Back From SES NY; Ask's Maps & New Features; Google's GDrive; Classified Ads From Microsoft; Stanford Daily Selling Links Again & More!

    Today's search podcast covers a brief recap of the recent SES NY show; the growth -- or not -- of the search industry; Ask getting new features, including maps; Google likely to offer file storage; Microsoft's new classified ads service; MSN...