Okay, did Stefanie Olsen [zdnet.com.com] miss the boat or was she accurately reporting what was going on?
On July 1, MSN plans to overhaul the way its search result pages appear... The top three listings, instead of four, will be highlighted with a box, marking them as "sponsored" results... Following that will appear natural or algorithmic search listings, provided by Yahoo-owned Inktomi.
The LA Times headline states: Microsoft Redesigns MSN to Promote Ads
Could it be that Reed Stevenson [reuters.com] of Reuters is misunderstanding a press release?
By the way, where is the press release for this?
Is there a new SE on the block or did Reed Stevenson misinterpret the Press Release?