Programming Note: Rosh Hashanah Semi-Break

Sep 12, 2007 - 3:00 pm 2 by

Starting tonight is Rosh Hashanah, that means Tamar and I won't be doing live coverage of the search news and topics found within the search forums. It does not mean that there won't be any news published here.

Ben, Chris, Kim and company will be helping while we are gone. In addition, we have several exciting articles that are scheduled to be published over the next couple days.

We decided to create a special theme for the Jewish New Year. Here is the preview:

Search Engine Roundtable Rosh Hashanah Theme

I expect to have a special logo, like they did last year.


On a personal note. I want to thank everyone for making this site such a success over the past four years. Thanks to all the authors and contributors, big thank you to our sponsors, thanks for the search forums for the great topics, thanks to all the search engines, thanks to all the press and a special thanks to all the readers and those that comment. Without your continued support and loyalty, we would never have been able to keep up the comprehensive coverage of our industry.

Happy, healthy and successful new year to all!

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