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David Teather's article: "The success of Google, the internet search engine, has come about through the old fashioned form of viral marketing: word of mouth."
Five years ago, Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin incorporated their fledgling startup, notes Chris Sherman.
Net experts and civil libertarians fear US official requests for data could set a dangerous precedent. (January 20, 2006)
Press release announcing that Google is to invest $1 billion for a 5% stake in AOL. (December 20, 2005)
Some people go to great lengths to keep their names off the search engine Google.com. Ann Harrison of Wired News tells Scott Simon how to pursue the goal of becoming un-Googleable. [2:56 streaming audio broadcast] (October 08, 2005)
Anti-homosexual remarks considered to be 'hate' content. (August 17, 2004)
Details of Google's ad policy disclosed in internal documents obtained by The Chronicle. (August 09, 2004)
One of America's newspapers barely gets a mention in Google. Here's an explanation and a suggested remedy. (July 14, 2004)
Weblog entry. If you wish for something you write for web consumption to turn up in a Google search, here are some suggestions. (May 11, 2004)
Press release about new services personalized Web search and Web alerts. Also explains the changes to the Google design and new search features. (March 29, 2004)
Background of the phenomenon of Google. An archived article on the Wired site. (March 01, 2004)
The Google search engine has become the Coke of the web, argues technology analyst Bill Thompson. (December 19, 2003)
Tweaks to the way the world's biggest search engine works mean many companies no longer show up on rankings. (December 04, 2003)
The hugely popular search engine, Google, is turning five years old this weekend. (September 07, 2003)
11 questions answered covering technical, business model, and site ranking issues. (July 03, 2003)
Google announced that it has acquired Applied Semantics, a Santa Monica, California-based company known for its semantic text processing technology. (April 28, 2003)
Many smaller merchants in specialized niches rely on their sites turning up in Google's free search results. [Requires free nytimes.com registration to view.] (December 09, 2002)
Discusses how Google organizes and analyses the collective searches of people worldwide. [Requires free NYTimes.com registration to view.] (November 28, 2002)
Harvard Law School researchers document sites filtered by international versions of Google. (October 26, 2002)
Research article documenting specific web pages blocked in China. (September 24, 2002)
The blocking of Google means increased traffic for Chinese based sites. (September 11, 2002)
Beijing bears down on Google, blocking access to the search engine. (September 02, 2002)
Andrew Orlowski's article: "Google has opened its kimono on some new labs work, soliciting feedback for four experimental features." (May 23, 2002)
Paul Festa's article: "Popular search engine Google on Tuesday launched two sites for developing experimental search and browsing technologies." (May 21, 2002)
Jefferson Graham's article: "Even as Google keeps growing, competitors are taking aim at the Internet's top search service." (May 12, 2002)
"Seek and ye will find ... two entrepreneurial students with a $100k cheque in their pockets did just that, and founded the internet search engine Google. Peter Day, of BBC Radio 4's In Business programme, checks out a dot.com business that's far from failing". (May 10, 2002)
"Internet advertising company Overture Services said Friday it sued search-engine company Google, alleging that Google's system for featuring paid advertisements infringes an Overture patent". (May 04, 2002)
Gwendolyn Mariano's article: "Dimandja Emoungu got a surprise when he tried to search Google this month: Instead of a results list, he says, the company handed him a 'rude' note denying service." (April 16, 2002)
"Popular search site Google is being exploited by some net users to mount protests and play jokes on their friends." (March 13, 2002)
"Google's catalog search combs the pages of more than 600 current catalogs -- 1,500 including back issues -- to help both consumers and corporations find everything from apple butter to zipper doodles." (December 18, 2001)
Chip Bayers' article: "Google's built a no-nonsense path to profitability by treating advertising just like search. The secret? Three words, ranked by relevance: Results. Results. Results." (October 01, 2001)
Article that looks on the reasons behind Google success. [Free registration required.] (September 26, 2001)
Transcript of an interview with Google's co-founder. (November 01, 2000)
Andy Wang's article: "UK-based entertainment and shopping guide Virgin Net announced today that it has selected upstart search engine Google to provide search services for its Web site." (November 29, 1999)
Om Malik's article: "The reason why all these Valley hotshots are going gaga over Google is because the company has a search technology that is far better than anything else out there." (October 04, 1999)
David Teather's article: "The success of Google, the internet search engine, has come about through the old fashioned form of viral marketing: word of mouth."
Five years ago, Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin incorporated their fledgling startup, notes Chris Sherman.
Net experts and civil libertarians fear US official requests for data could set a dangerous precedent. (January 20, 2006)
Press release announcing that Google is to invest $1 billion for a 5% stake in AOL. (December 20, 2005)
Some people go to great lengths to keep their names off the search engine Google.com. Ann Harrison of Wired News tells Scott Simon how to pursue the goal of becoming un-Googleable. [2:56 streaming audio broadcast] (October 08, 2005)
Anti-homosexual remarks considered to be 'hate' content. (August 17, 2004)
Details of Google's ad policy disclosed in internal documents obtained by The Chronicle. (August 09, 2004)
One of America's newspapers barely gets a mention in Google. Here's an explanation and a suggested remedy. (July 14, 2004)
Weblog entry. If you wish for something you write for web consumption to turn up in a Google search, here are some suggestions. (May 11, 2004)
Press release about new services personalized Web search and Web alerts. Also explains the changes to the Google design and new search features. (March 29, 2004)
Background of the phenomenon of Google. An archived article on the Wired site. (March 01, 2004)
The Google search engine has become the Coke of the web, argues technology analyst Bill Thompson. (December 19, 2003)
Tweaks to the way the world's biggest search engine works mean many companies no longer show up on rankings. (December 04, 2003)
The hugely popular search engine, Google, is turning five years old this weekend. (September 07, 2003)
11 questions answered covering technical, business model, and site ranking issues. (July 03, 2003)
Google announced that it has acquired Applied Semantics, a Santa Monica, California-based company known for its semantic text processing technology. (April 28, 2003)
Many smaller merchants in specialized niches rely on their sites turning up in Google's free search results. [Requires free nytimes.com registration to view.] (December 09, 2002)
Discusses how Google organizes and analyses the collective searches of people worldwide. [Requires free NYTimes.com registration to view.] (November 28, 2002)
Harvard Law School researchers document sites filtered by international versions of Google. (October 26, 2002)
Research article documenting specific web pages blocked in China. (September 24, 2002)
The blocking of Google means increased traffic for Chinese based sites. (September 11, 2002)
Beijing bears down on Google, blocking access to the search engine. (September 02, 2002)
Andrew Orlowski's article: "Google has opened its kimono on some new labs work, soliciting feedback for four experimental features." (May 23, 2002)
Paul Festa's article: "Popular search engine Google on Tuesday launched two sites for developing experimental search and browsing technologies." (May 21, 2002)
Jefferson Graham's article: "Even as Google keeps growing, competitors are taking aim at the Internet's top search service." (May 12, 2002)
"Seek and ye will find ... two entrepreneurial students with a $100k cheque in their pockets did just that, and founded the internet search engine Google. Peter Day, of BBC Radio 4's In Business programme, checks out a dot.com business that's far from failing". (May 10, 2002)
"Internet advertising company Overture Services said Friday it sued search-engine company Google, alleging that Google's system for featuring paid advertisements infringes an Overture patent". (May 04, 2002)
Gwendolyn Mariano's article: "Dimandja Emoungu got a surprise when he tried to search Google this month: Instead of a results list, he says, the company handed him a 'rude' note denying service." (April 16, 2002)
"Popular search site Google is being exploited by some net users to mount protests and play jokes on their friends." (March 13, 2002)
"Google's catalog search combs the pages of more than 600 current catalogs -- 1,500 including back issues -- to help both consumers and corporations find everything from apple butter to zipper doodles." (December 18, 2001)
Chip Bayers' article: "Google's built a no-nonsense path to profitability by treating advertising just like search. The secret? Three words, ranked by relevance: Results. Results. Results." (October 01, 2001)
Article that looks on the reasons behind Google success. [Free registration required.] (September 26, 2001)
Transcript of an interview with Google's co-founder. (November 01, 2000)
Andy Wang's article: "UK-based entertainment and shopping guide Virgin Net announced today that it has selected upstart search engine Google to provide search services for its Web site." (November 29, 1999)
Om Malik's article: "The reason why all these Valley hotshots are going gaga over Google is because the company has a search technology that is far better than anything else out there." (October 04, 1999)
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