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  1. Fear the Google

    Several years ago, I remember a certain "South Park" character positioning Google in a negative light. At one time or another, every company reaches a point where brand love turns to brand disdain. C'mon people, this is the company that does no evil.

  2. Google to Viacom: Don't Turn YouTube into SueTube

    Viacom said it had identified more than 150,000 unauthorized clips of copyrighted programming — including "SpongeBob SquarePants," "South Park" and "MTV Unplugged" episodes and the documentary "An Inconvenient Truth" — that had been viewed "an...

  3. 100 Million Theoretical Dollars

    On April 2, the "South Park" gods decided to poke fun at the writer's strike and, in context, making money on the Internet. The "South Park" kids found themselves forced to make money on the Internet to pay off striking Canadians.

  4. Yahoo! Names Hastings, Nebraska Greenest City

    hosted Nebraska-style BBQ and celebration this evening at 6:00pm at Hastings' Chautauqua Park. Pelzer, South Carolina The company also uses renewable power, hydroelectric energy, and passive cooling at its various facilities and data centers.

  5. AOL Video To Launch New Video Portal

    COMEDY CENTRAL – Cutting-edge comedy including full-length episodes of “Chappelle's Show,” the Emmy-award winning “South Park,” “Reno 911! The N –Award-winning and original TV shows reflecting the real-life issues teens face every day, including...

  6. Daily SearchCast, Oct. 11, 2005: Yahoo Gains Podcast Search, Blends Blogs & News; Google Gains Feed Reader, Bookmarking Feature, GoogleGuys Brin & Cutts Speak, Gada Meta Search For Mobiles Launches

    South Park Characters Take Aim At Google Depart, Form New Company Kinetic Google webmaster relations guru Matt Cutts is out. Chris Pirillo of Lockergnome fame launches a meta search engine for mobile web users, plus more!

  7. The Search Engine Report December 3, 2001 - Number 61

    Honorable mentions also went to topics that made the top 50 list for at least one year: the Backstreet Boys, the Bible, Eminem, Final Fantasy, Harry Potter, Marijuana, 'N Sync, Napster, Sailor Moon, The Simpsons, Skateboarding and South Park.

  8. The Search Engine Report, December 3, 2001, Number 61

    Honorable mentions also went to topics that made the top 50 list for at least one year: the Backstreet Boys, the Bible, Eminem, Final Fantasy, Harry Potter, Marijuana, 'N Sync, Napster, Sailor Moon, The Simpsons, Skateboarding and South Park.