Daily SearchCast, Dec. 27, 2005: Ask Drops Jeeves Name In France, YouTube For Finding Video, A9’s Amazon Discounts And MSN’s Possible Pay To Search — Will They Win Searchers & More!

Today’s search podcast covers Ask Jeeves just becoming Ask for its French
site, part of future rebranding moves perhaps?; a patent revealing more on how
the Google Suggest query refinement tool works, Google to offer a feed API, a
new video search and sharing tool called YouTube, tips on tracking Santa for
next year, will sharing money with searchers win an audience for A9 and maybe
MSN and more!

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