The Washington Post’s David Vise reports on Google’s stock topping the $400 mark.
David also has a new book out that looks at the rise of Google.
Google gets approval to provide Mountain View, CA with free wi-fi.
According to eWeek, Google is said to be interested in buying Riya/Ojos Inc., a maker of photo searching technology.
The rumored deal spotlights how search engines are focusing more on the caliber of their services, rather than just building the most extensive possible catalog of Internet locales.
Riya’s products can supposedly identify faces and read the text captured in photos. That level of recognition is a quantum leap for Internet search engines, now organizing photos and videos mainly based on written descriptions.
Let’s see how this pans out, shall we. Is this another un-founded rumor, or are we starting to see a news leak problem at Google (or a deliberate effort).
Toolbar does not influence how frequently stuff is crawled. It is too easy to spam, and the toolbar does not have equal distribution across various regions. Many people assume some things provide clean signals which are not so clean.
Matt Cutts hates on paid links. He said they have manual and algorithmic approaches to paid links. Compares effectiveness of paid links going forward to how reciprocal link spam has largely died off with Update Jager.
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