Daily SearchCast, Sept. 2, 2005: Katrina Resources, Google On Link Selling, Microsoft Into Pay Per Call?, New Technorati Blog Directory, Teaching Students To Be Search Savvy & More

Today’s search podcast covers Hurricane Katrina resource and a call by the Red Cross for banner space, is Microsoft getting into pay-per-call, Google on the ethics of
selling links, more debate on Google’s book scanning program, a new blog directory from Technorati, getting students to search better and more!

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