Yahoo funds $1M Stanford journalism fellowship, San Jose Business Journal Google Adds Post-Video Links, InsideGoogle Want to build your own search engine that skews toward your favorite sites or
topic, but don't have a few billion to start up your...
opens office in Turkey, TMCnet (Google started at Stanford University, not
a garage, despite what this Google speaker appears to have said. While on the
topic of Chinese censorship, take a look at the list Philipp compiled of
I wrote back in April about how the sale of off-topiclinks to advertisers looking for search ranking
boosts had become well seated within university newspapers, with the StanfordDaily paper as a classic example.
StanfordDaily Removes Paid Links from our blog last month looks at
how the student paper at Stanford University recently removed paid listings after coming under fire again that they were being sold in a way that worked against search
New Technical Report from Stanford Discusses Link Spam May. The Stanford InfoLab has just posted a new 22 page technical report titled, "Link Spam Alliances. Search Engine Forums Spotlight May 23, 2005 - Links to the week's topics from search...
Stanford University's Student Paper BrilliantShopper.com to Launch Soon. Links to sites about those shows -- and all the upcoming ones planned -- can be found via our Search Engine Strategies site. I also noticed (possibly late to the party with...
The StanfordDaily Selling Links thread at our Search Engine Watch Forums (and see also
this from Feb) looks at the ironic
situation of the student newspaper at Stanford University -- the birthplace of Google, Yahoo and
owner of the PageRank...
The StanfordDaily Selling Links thread at our Search Engine Watch Forums (and see also this from Feb) looks at the ironic situation of the student newspaper at Stanford University -- the birthplace of Google, Yahoo and owner of the PageRank...
In this post, a short bibliography of other papers that the "Google Boys" wrote while members of the Stanford Database Group. The paper was written while they were students at Stanford. In addition to meta search results provided by partners Google...
Turns out, Stanford University owns the patent on PageRank, a part of the Google ranking system. Links for those categories, in italics, will take you to their pages. You can jump straight to a particular section using the links below.
Two Stanford University students will present a paper at the 12th Annual WWW Conference explaining ways to speed up the calculation of PageRank -- NOT the ranking algorithm behind the Google search engine but rather one component of that algorithm.