Despite AOL’s gaffe, Google will continue to store search requests.
Viacom, Google aim ad-backed videos at Web sites.
What Google won’t do. We won’t sell music.
Google Sitemaps becomes Google Webmaster Central.
Make your own search engine using Yahoo Search Builder.
AOL Search Data Shows Users Planning to Commit Murder
AOL apologizes for release of search log data.? “It was a screw-up.”? No personally identifiable data among the 658,000 search logs revealed.
AOL releases Google’s most prized Keyword List.
Microsoft and Apple
Microsoft’s MP-3 player, ZUNE, will be unveiled soon at $299
Microsoft partisan reviews Apple’s new OS X Leopard. Who’s the CopyCat Now?
The Department of Homeland Security is recommending that you download Microsoft’s security patch MS06-040 asap.
Steve Job’s keynote at WWDC liveblogged at engadget.
The NYTimes, Weighing a Switch to a Mac
Blogs, Vlogs and Pods
Alltel to offer podcasts on cellphones.
If you still don’t understand the long tail, Chris Anderson has a blog and a 2 minute video he wants to show you
Around the Web
Traffic to Del.icio.us has more than doubled since Yahoo bought it in December.
It’s a radical media shift and the young are driving it by spurning television, radio and newspapers for online services.
So why,? the LA Times asks,? are the 12-24 set so Underwhelmed by it All?
Gartner names the hot technologies with the greatest potential impact on business over the next 10 years: social-network analysis, collective intelligence, location-aware applications, event-driven architecture, and RFID.
Britain’s digital tribes revealed.? Households classified into 23 “e-types” based on their access to technology.
Women directing the purchase of flat-screen TVs.? Picture Tubes are Fading into the Past.