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Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Watch Blog:
Thoughts On & Poking At Google Blog Search  —  Chris covered the launch of Google's new blog search in today's SearchDay article, Google Launches Industrial Strength Blog Search.  In this post, I want to add some of my own thoughts.  I'll also be working up a rundown on reaction from others …
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Watch Blog:
Roundup Of Google Blog Search Commentary  —  Below, a roundup of bloggers and others talking about the new Google Blog Search service that's been launched.  For more background on the service, see our Google Launches Industrial Strength Blog Search and Thoughts On & Poking At Google Blog Search posts.
Nick W /
Google's Blog Search is NOT Blog Search, Opinions  —  Since Google launched their Blog Search early this morning, i've had chance to play around a little bit, form opinions and take stock of what a few others are saying.  The first thing is: It's NOT blog search.  —  It's Blog Search Jim, but not as we know it...
Jason Calacanis / The Jason Calacanis Weblog:
Dear Google, Thank you for blog search...  I knew this day would come (and it was not because of any insider information—no really, I had no idea), but as I've been saying on my blog Google and Yahoo will have blog search any day now.  Today Google launched the beta of Google Blog Search.
Brad Hill / The Unofficial Google Weblog:
REVIEW: Google Blog Search  —  Launched in the early morning hours today, Google Blog Search does not attempt to innovate; it sticks tried-and-true to the spare design sensibility that is Google's look-and-feel trademark.  The test is not bells and whistles, but quality of results.
Anil Dash / Six Apart:
Google launches Blog Search  —  As will undoubtedly make the rounds everywhere in the blogosphere today, Google has just launched Google Blog Search.  Google's perhaps the single company most identitied with search, so their entrance into the blog search space is a big milestone even though …
Greg Linden / Geeking with Greg:
Google launches blog search
Jenstar / JenSense:
First sighting of Yahoo Publisher Network RSS ads  —  I spotted Yahoo Publisher Network ads in an RSS feed today, the first time I have seen them delivered via a feed.  They look very similar to AdSense for Feeds ads and are formatted in the traditional ad unit styling.
Todd Bishop / Seattle Post-Intelligencer:
Gates on Apple, Google — and Microsoft's future  —  LOS ANGELES — Microsoft Corp. is grappling with "a lot of smart competitors," including Google and Apple, who are ahead of the Redmond company in some key markets, Bill Gates acknowledges.  —  But the Microsoft chairman on Tuesday …
What will newspapers look like in 20 years?  —  The Magazine answers...  The re-sizing of the Guardian into a so-called Berliner is the latest radical step by newspapers trying to arrest declining sales.  So what will papers look like in 20 years, if they're still around?
Discussion: Corante and Lost Remote TV Blog
Dartmouth researchers build world's smallest mobile robot  —  Dartmouth College Office of Public Affairs  • Contact Sue Knapp (603) 646-3661  —  In a world where "supersize" has entered the lexicon, there are some things getting smaller, like cell phones and laptops.
Discussion: Boing Boing
John Battelle / John Battelle's Searchblog:
JEREMY ASKS: HOW DO YOU LEARN TO SEARCH?  —  Last night at a book event at Books Inc in Mountain View, a fellow asked me a question that made me think - in short, he asked why there was so much useless information on the web.  Put another way, he was expressing frustration with search results …
Half-Life 2: Lost Coast  —  "Hi.  This is Gabe Newell and welcome to The Lost Coast.  In this tour, we're going to be talking about a new graphics technology we've been developing called High Dynamic Range, or HDR.  We'll also be giving you some insight into the design and production challenges …
Discussion: Joystiq and digg

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