Monday, February 6, 2006

Headlines for 6 February 2006

AOL to charge fee as way to cut spam
USA Today
The End of the Internet
Gannett won't bid solo for Knight Ridder -sources
Telegram Falls Silent Stop Era Ends Stop
The New York Times*
Small is beautiful for Web 2.0 start-ups
Clever Gags Score High On Super Bowl Ads
WSJ Online*
Hit the mute button Squirming in spotlight, media co's flummoxed by press
IPod Could Lose Cachet as Competing Devices, Services Arrive
India's Times, Reuters start TV channel
AP via SunHerald

Best Practices
Independent And Autonomous Local Access To Communication Infrastructure: Which Roads Ahead?
Robin Good
Web Readers Hit the Books Less Frequently
The New York Times*
New media age, new marketing strategies
USC Annenberg OJR

Cool Tools
Blurb, Inc. Democratizes Publishing Industry With DEMO 2006 Launch
PR Newswire
SimpleFeed Launches Simple, Secure RSS Service at DEMO
PR Newswire
RawSugar Debuts Search and Navigation Technology for Web Publishers at DEMO 2006 Conference
PR Newswire

Deals, Partnerships & Sales

RR Donnelley in Exclusive with EDGAR Online to Process and File Financial Info Into XBRL Format

PR Newswire

Products, Markets & People

InfoUSA launches Database

BtoB Online
NewsGator Technologies Launches Hosted RSS Platform for Media and Content Companies
PR Newswire
Exalead Web Search Engine Reaches 4 Billion Web Page Milestone
PR Newswire
FAST Has the ESP for Enterprise Search
Information Today
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