Thursday, February 2, 2006

Headlines for 2 February 2006

Trends
Microsoft opens up censored blogs
BBC News
Gates speaks out against Net censorship
AP via Boston Globe
Time Warner Posts Gains; Buyback Plan Will Expand
The New York Times*
Like the ad? Own the ad.
The Boston Globe
Newspapers want search engines to pay
CNET News
Execs: Users Demand Free Online Content
MediaPost
Google Denies Napster Tie-Up, Music Store Plan
PC World via Yahoo! News
Microsoft Amends Blog Shutdown Policies
AP via WISH-TV
House: Internet Companies Give in to China
AP via Yahoo News
Intellectual Property experts to help India revamp laws
Rediff.com
Google Growth to Come From Traditional Media
Internet News
US: Tribune Co. profits dive
The Editors Weblog

Best Practices
Digital Communities And The Power Of Trust: A Look At The Future
Robin Good
Ten Ways To Take Advantage of Web 2.0
Dion Hinchcliffe
How to make Wikipedia better (and why we should)
USC Annenberg OJR

Cool Tools
Lights. Mood. Video. All at the Touch of a Screen.
WSJ Online*

Deals, Partnerships & Sales

Interactive Data to Acquire Lycos Inc.'s Quote.comto Broaden eSignal's Portfolio Market Data Platforms
Interactive Data
FM Media Signs Digg
Thomas Hawk
Newstex Announces Distribution of Investor's Business Daily(R) Through Content On Demand(TM)
PR Newswire

Products, Markets & People
Thomson creates two new senior posts
Reuters via Globe and Mail
Elsevier to Publish Journal of Clinical Densitometry
Niewsbank
Thomson Higher Education Charts a New Course in Customer Care with ThomsonNOW
PR Newswire
Post a Comment