graeme_p - 10:45 am on Nov 17, 2010 (gmt 0)
All his examples are essentially when something is added above the organic results. Its more a case of Google providing content directly rather than sending users to a site.
His other point is that Google puts its own site first within a list of more info links within that content. I still think this is entirely different from the organic SERPS.
Also, its interesting that Google at least provides these links to multiple sites: the same search on Bing returns a simply SERPS with content on top result, but with only a link to MSN (with two news links to MSN underneath it as well!).