Monday, May 30, 2005 I almost did not do today …

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Monday, May 30, 2005 I almost did not do today … There is only one subject (or almost) in the press today. In these moments, to a specialized is an achievement. Looking good, even when we found Le Parisien that reminds us that the tray is coming soon and Le Figaro and Le Monde interested in Google. That’s all ! Good reading… ——————————————— – Release of 30/05/05 ————————————- Nothing seen … ——– Le Figaro 30/05/05 Digital Library Google plays appeasement with France’s European head of the American company would prefer a collaboration Read more of the article —— ————————————- Humanity of 30/05/05 Nothing seen .. . ————————————————- — Le Parisien 30/05/05 tray: Now you have to put the gum the approximately 600,000 bac students enter final straight before the big day All means are good to review. Some do not hesitate to rush on intensive courses organized now More Article Candidates FOR THOSE tray that have not really revised useless to fool ourselves: the tuition will not be sufficient for every catch. For others, the formulas proposed by the many specialized agencies may however be effective More Article ———————— ———————— the Cross of Nothing seen … 30/05/05 ————- ———————————– 20 minutes from 30/05/05 Nothing seen … – ———————————————– West France college physics homework
Nothing of 30/05/05 ————————————— seen … ———- Le Monde 30/05/05 the search engine Google will he too far? Created in 1998 by very young computer scientists, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, Google has become the global benchmark in the field of Internet search. Since its IPO in August 2004, the stock has more than tripled, thus valuing the company at about 74 billion dollars (59 billion euros). But, seven years after its launch, Google, which now combines global reputation, technological and economic power, is controversial. Read more of the article Three questions to Eric Schmidt You are the CEO of Google. In the debate on the digitization of books, what you learned from the meeting with the French Minister of Culture Renaud Donnedieu de Vabres? Read the rest of the article ——————————————- – Posted by Watrelot on Monday, May 30, 2005

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