Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Headlines for 14 June 2006

Trends
Hiding in Plain Sight, Google's Seeks More Power
The New York Times*
Battle lines drawn over cyberspace as Senate hears arguments over Internet control
Seattle Post- Intelligencer
TNS Ups Internet Ad Spend Forecast
ClickZ News
Magazine revenue essentially flat in May; ad pages fall
BtoB Online
The Fall Of Content's Kingdom
paidContent.org
Social networks poised to shape Net's future
CNET News
Can we all just learn to interact?
USC Annenberg OJR
NY Times Columnist Addresses "New Media Order" at SLA
Information Today, Inc.
Om Malik: It's Time to Transition
GigaOM
MS Blogger Robert Scoble: The Exit Interview
Publish
VNU CEO, Board Members Replaced
AP via Yahoo! Finance
Ebay to test Skype on U.S. site starting Monday
MarketWatch*
blinkx.tv Reaches 4,000,000 Hours of Searchable Video, Now the Web's Largest Video Search Engine
PR Newswire
Google sales chief says still testing display ads
Reuters
News Corp. to auction MySpace search
MarketWatch*
A Clash of Newspaper Legacies
The New York Times*
Webby Award Winners Keep it Pithy at New York Bash
Editor & Publisher

Best Practices
What's up with Factiva: A librarian addresses folders
UCalgary Library

Cool Tools
Blogging benefits from FAST search
Computer Business Review

Deals, Partnerships & Sales

JotSpot Wiki Powers eBay Community Wiki
PR Newswire
Xerox to Acquire Amici LLC; Expands Document Management Tools for Growing E-discovery Market
BusinessWire
PR Newswire Partners With OMX to Deliver Global Disclosure & News Distribution Solutions
PR Newswire

Products, Markets & People
ProQuest Launches New Service Allowing Libraries To Print Newspaper Copies
Managing Information
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