Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Headlines for 21 February 2006

Trends
Can Yahoo do content?
CNET News
Internet Advertising Goes a Step Further
WSJ Online*
Web Services Upend Old Ideas About the Little Guy's Role
The New York Times*
Google says it has required license via partner to operate in China
Forbes
50 Million US & UK RSS Users Do Not Know They Use RSS
Marketing Sherpa
Gore TV Seeks an Audience Via Unusual Fare
The Sun
AOL develops instant messaging for businesses
BtoB Online
Gartner Warns on Google Desktop Search App
Red Herring

Best Practices
iTunes U Making Impact at Duke
Duke University

Cool Tools
E-Paper Is Ready for Its Rollout
BusinessWeek
Checking Out the Machines Behind Book Digitization
The Book Standard
NeoEdge Networks Reveals Innovative Technology to Address Challenges of Digital Content Distribution
PR Newswire

Deals, Partnerships & Sales

AT&T, Cingular Wireless and Yahoo! Launch AT&T Yahoo! Go Mobile with Portal and Custom Content
BusinessWire
InfoSearch Media Announces Acquisition of User-Generated Content Site Answerbag.com
MarketWire
ProQuest joins forces with MLA in new Reference Online Initiative
Managing Information
Traffic.com(R) to Integrate Traffic.com Technology & Content into Future Microsoft Products & Services
BusinessWire
BuzzMetrics Finalizes Intelliseek Acquisition; Nielsen BuzzMetrics Service Launches
BusinessWire

Products, Markets & People
LexisNexis Unveils Innovative Insurance Compliance Solution; Helping Insurance Cos Stay in Compliance
BusinessWire
For Collectors, LexisNexis Now Offers RecoverScore Through Accurint to Incorporate Robust Data
BusinessWire via FinanzenNet
Teragram Linguistic Technologies Power the Homeland Security Digital Library (HSDL)
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance
BlogBurst Distributes Blog Content to Traditional Media
Search Engine Journal
Flight Launches www.flightglobal.com - the World's Leading Aviation Media Site
PR Newswire
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