Googleholic for October 27th, 2006

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In this issue of Googleholic we cover:

  • George Bush uses the Google
  • US Election info on Google Earth
  • Google's scary stories
  • Amazon declined Google's request for book searches
  • Google is the most valuable tech company
  • China to run Google's click to play video ads
  • YouTubes copyright breaches will not be tolerated by Google
Continue reading Friday's Googleholic...

George Bush uses "the Google"
Mostly to look at the ranch with that program that he forgot the name of. [Via Think Progress]

Google's scary stories
Using the ever popular, Google Book Search, Google has created a nice list of classic scary stories. Everything from Dracula, Frankenstein, and the Legend of Sleepy Hollow. There are even some links to download the book for free.

Amazon declined Google's request for book search information
Amazon declined to provide details about its book search feature to Google in order to fight a copyright infringement case.

Google is the list of most valuable tech companies
Google passed IBM, to become the third most leader< /a> in technology. Behind Microsoft and Cisco.

China to run Google's click to play
video ads

YouTubes copyright breaches will not be tolerated by Google
Google is on a move to stamp out copyright violations on YouTube. Could this spell the end of this once leading edge video sharing service?

The past week in Google News
Make sure to check in for Tuesday's Googleholic Google News report.

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