The Library of Congress is kicking off a campaign on Tuesday to work with other nation’s libraries to build a World Digital Library, starting with a $3 million donation from Google Inc.
More at CNN.
eWeek explores how Google, Yahoo and MSN are becoming multi-purpose search engines and whether there is room for a specialize search provider.
When users find the “cloaked” pages using a search engine, they’re directed to a landing page that states it has been re-rendered by Dcloak; that page contains a link to the original page, with all of the non-HTML elements intact.
How is this different from cloaking and doorway pages that have been the tools of choice for black-hat SEOs for years? I’m assuming there is an explanation – especially as many journalists have been writing about the tool as if it’s a great thing.
So, what am I missing here?
GoFish Technologies, will tomorrow announce that it has signed a content licensing agreement with Ask Jeeves. Under the agreement, Ask Jeeves will integrate GoFishâ€™s multimedia content to enrich the search experience on Ask.com for entertainment-related information.
The first phase of the integration is now live and enables Ask Jeeves users to listen, browse, purchase, and download music, video, podcasts, audio books, movies, music videos, and ringtones. For example, visitors to Ask.com can now search â€œDepeche Modeâ€? or â€œBlack Eyed Peasâ€? and click â€œMusic Downloadâ€? within the direct answer provided at the top of the search results page to get the multimedia content they want. Additional integration of GoFish content will be ongoing.
Rumor is that Google could be announcing that they are opening up an office in Research Triangle Park, NC.
If it is true, this would allow Google to tap into RTP’s high concentration of engineering talent. My guess is that they will probably announce an acquisition here rather than start building their team from scratch.
I’ve emailed him to ask the source of his “rumor”, but until I get a response, I’ll go ahead and put “2″ and “2″ together – and maybe get 5.
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