Daily SearchCast, March 10, 2006: Google Buys Writely Browser Word Processor; The Richest People In Search; Search Engines Are Bad For Your Wedding Gift Registry & More!

Today’s search podcast covers Google buying the Writely browser-based word
processor, Orkut’s woes continue; Google to help power Firefox anti-phishing
tools; is someone drafting your search ad; more on the Ashley Cole Gay results
at Google; finding library books via Google Book Search; the richest people in
search; why search engines might cause your wedding gifts to go astray and more!

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