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How Wallet could fit in with other Google tools, correlate your own data, removing content from search.
In the latest Search Notes: Thoughts on how Wallet could connect to other Google services; a new tool to correlate your own data with search results; international search share; an easy way to remove your content from Google's view.
Why being a default search provider matters, personalized Google News, Bin Laden and search spikes
In the latest Search Notes: Bing is going all out to claim more market share, Google News' personalization features could create an echo chamber, and Osama Bin Laden's death creates a search frenzy.
Yahoo changes its logging policy, Bing gains in the UK, and robot journalists challenge humans.
In the latest Search Notes: Yahoo extends its logging to 18 months, the practical utility of "do not track" is questioned, Bing gains a bit of search share in the UK, and writing robots stake a claim in the journalism domain.
Governments continue to eye Google, Bing's share grows, Yahoo BOSS relaunches
In the latest Search Notes: Courts continue their interest in Google while Bing edges its way up in market share. Plus: Yahoo BOSS relaunches.
Google mines data for more predictions, Yahoo and Bing evolve the search experience, and how search could change advertising.
In the latest Search Notes: A look at how Google is using its data to make even more predictions; Yahoo and Bing continue to evolve their search experiences; and a look at how search could change advertising and help a few other industries along the way.
Google's dominance draws attention from governments and courts, and it's time to say goodbye to AllTheWeb
In this edition of Search Notes: Google continues to be a top traffic source, governments and courts want to know more about Google's methods, and AllTheWeb takes a final trip to the great Internet in the sky.
Examining Google's algorithm change and how it affects searchers and site owners.
There was one big story in search last week: Google's move to purge low-quality "content farm" material from its search results. Here's a look at the impact, the response, and what site owners should address.