Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Headlines for 14 March 2006

Dow Jones to Pay $202 Million To Settle Dispute
WSJ Online*
The Times to End Daily Stock Listings in April and Expand Data on Web Site
The New York Times*
Internet means end for media barons, says Murdoch
The Guardian
Was Death of Newspapers Greatly Exaggerated, or Is Verdict Still Out?
The New York Times*
Ridder Surprised, Unhappy Over McClatchy Flipping 12 Papers
Editor & Publisher
The Future in Black and White
Opinion Journal
Dow Jones' reorganization gets mixed reviews
BtoB Online
Guarding Google's Data Banks
The New Nexis
Web Search Guide
AOL's Blog King
Newsweek via MSNBC
Weblogs Inc to become Netscape ?
Jack of All Blogs
Liberte, egalite, fraternite--and a more open iTunes?
Google Maps goes to Mars
PC Pro
25 Things I Hate About Google
Search Engine Watch
Gartner: Google enterprise search has its limits
WSJ.com launches redesign of home page
BtoB Online
Craigslist, Wikipedia founders chat at SXSW
Now the little guy is the true pit bull of journalism
The Guardian

Best Practices
The Myth Of Branded Content
Robin Good
When you need to localize and categorize
CMS Watch
Google's Big Daddy Seeking Content
SEO Done Right

Cool Tools
Prospero Blogging Application Gains Traction With Major Online Publications
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance
Researchers develop new digital rights technology
Linux World Australia

Deals, Partnerships & Sales

Newsweek Launches NewsGator and FeedBurner Services
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance
Groxis and EBSCO Publishing Partner to Provide Visual Search Technology
PR Newswire via Yahoo! FInance
Metaweb Technologies, Inc. Receives $15 Million of Financing
PR Newswire

Products, Markets & People
Elsevier Announces the Departure of Fiona Foley
Managing Information
Experian Launches New Credit Scoring System, VantageScore(SM)
PR Newswire
Wolters Kluwer Health Introduces Price Rx(TM) Drug Price and Reference Tool for Healthcare Professionals
BusinessWire via TMCNet
FIND/SVP Changes Name to Guideline
PR Newswire
Gather.com Launches National Scholastic Journalism Contest
PR Newswire
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