Thursday, May 18, 2006

Headlines for 18 May 2006

Yahoo execs tout Internet advertising boom
AP via
Google to Enable Books to 'Talk to Each Other'
Washington Post
News Corp's Chernin: We're in the 'Most Revolutionary Period in Media History'
Fortune via CNN Money
TechTarget Acquires; IPO In a Year
Breadth, Ease, Not Original Content, Is Yahoo Aim
Pheedo: RSS Ad Click-throughs Settling Down a Bit
Marketing Vox News
Time Magazine to Become a 'Guide Through the Media Chaos'
Washington Post
David Carr: Building a Brand With a Blog
The New York Times*
Copyright triumph may become hollow victory
Sydney Morning Herald
Microsoft pitches Live Search at corporates
AOL acquires Lightningcast

Best Practices

Beyond Business Intelligence: Delivering a Comprehensive Approach to Enterprise Information
Bill Gates
Building the Universal Library
Search Engine Watch
Gartner Says Web 2.0 Offers Many Opportunities for Growth, But Few Enterprises
Scottish City To Pioneer Personalized Local Wireless Information
Wireless IQ

Cool Tools
Microsoft IE Problems With Flash/Quicktime/Active Content Sites Are Still Here
Robin Good

Deals, Partnerships & Sales

TechTarget Acquires, Helps Decision-makers Evaluate Business Software
KDDI and Google Partner to Incorporate Google Search into Australia's EZ Web
JCN Network
Business Objects, Information Builders Open BI To Google Enterprise Search
Intelligent Enterprise
YellowBrix to Offer Real-Time Content Syndication, Competitive Intelligence Services for Sun Micro's Java
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance
Google Goes on Asian Phones
Red Herring via Stockhouse
Paramount Classics Strikes Deal With Technorati to Embrace Bloggers, Build Buzz Around New Movies
PR Newswire
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