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  1. Google April Fools' Day Pranks 2012: 8-Bit Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode & More!

    The Statue of Liberty in New York City Now if you need to search with new options, Google Really Advanced Search has you covered for the following: He added, “We know the feeling, so today we’re making The YouTube Collection available for you in a...

  2. Tom Brady vs. Eli Manning: Brady Searches Top Google, Yahoo

    Over the past 30 days on Google, more people have consistently searched for information on the New England Patriots quarterback – including top searches for his stats, UUGs endorsement, and his wife Gisele Bundchen, though searches for the New...

  3. Great Ice Cream Sundae War Celebrated By Google Doodle

    It seems that Ithaca, New York finally won the Sundae war, with primary evidence of the first "Cherry Sunday" being advertised. However, both Two Rivers, Wisconsin and Ithaca, New York claim to have actually invented the ice cream sundae.

  4. Egypt PM: Missing Google Exec. To Be Released Today

    Ghonim would be released on Monday afternoon," the New York Times reported. Egypt's state-run Nile TV reported on Sunday that Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq had called the network to announce that Mr. UPDATE: The Wall Street Journal reported Ghonim...

  5. The Times of London to Begin Charging Readers for Using its Web Site in June

    And The New York Times has announced that it plans to extract new sources of revenue from online readers, despite the risk that they could alienate some by charging for access. News International today announced that two of its publications, The...

  6. News Blogs Are Becoming the New Online Newspapers

    The topic of news business models for publishers in these changing times was addressed at SES New York last week. For example, Newsknife reported on March 1, 2008, a that blogs from the Washington Post, New York Times, Baltimore Sun, USA Today, and...

  7. Search Within a Search: Where's it Leading?

    Another big change is starting to get some attention (in the New York Times and elsewhere): Google's "search within a search" is being deployed for large sites with loads of content. In short, instead of directional listings appearing in the search...

  8. Obama Photo Worth 1000 Keywords? Or Less?

    Back in October, The New York Times named Tracy Sefl as the Clinton campaign's connection to the Drudge Report. Although Obama is not Muslim, TV and the Internet (including newspaper Web sites) broadcast stories that Nation of Islam Minister Louis...