Monday, March 20, 2006

Headlines for 20 March 2006

Google claims victory over DoJ
PC Pro
Enterprise Search: In Google's Shadow
Rupert Murdoch: 'Newspapers will change, not die'
The Independent
Pruitt 'Peppered with Angry E-mails' From 12 KR Papers
Editor & Publisher
More Than 700 Newspapers Launch $50 Million Trade Campaign to Create Historic Media Roadblock
PR Newswire
Newspapers: From Print to Pixels
Increasingly, the news 'scoop' is found online
USA Today
Time Hires Another Blogger; Ana Marie Cox Sells Out Again
The Media Mob
FM Publishing: Going Up Against Google?
Audio Interview: Technorati CEO Dave Sifry
Amazon and Fidelity Link Up in Financial Services
New York Times Credit Rating Under Watch
AP via Yahoo! News
Canada Gives Safe Harbor to Music Pirates
Microsoft Takes on Craigslist in the Battle for Classified Ads
The New York Times*

Best Practices
The Power Of Open Participatory Media And Why Mass Media
Must Be Abandoned

Robin Good

Cool Tools
PageFlakes: What portals should be

Making smarter readers: Lessons in Trilliscience

USC Annenberg OJR

Deals, Partnerships & Sales

Knovel partners with Singapore science publisher

Mass High Tech
Convera Adds BrightPlanet to its Open Excalibur(TM) Partner Program

VeriSign Extends Leadership in Mobile Content Infrastructure With Acquisition of m-Qube

PR Newswire via Sys-Con Media

Products, Markets & People
Intellext Announces Integration With Microsoft(R) SharePoint(R) Technologies
PR Newswire
CCH CORSEARCH Becomes CT Corsearch, a CT Member Company and a Wolters Kluwer Business
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance
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