Monday, June 5, 2006

Headlines for 5 June 2006

Trends
Science Journals Artfully Try To Boost Their Rankings
WSJ Online*
Hearst's New Home: Xanadu in Manhattan
The New York Times*
Froogle Merchant Center Now Integrated Into Google Base
Search Engine Roundtable
The Enterprise Gets Googled
CIO Magazine
Web 2.0 Has Corporate America Spinning
BusinessWeek
Why we are all journalists now
BBC News
Online Ads Boost Newspaper Ad Sales
AP via Yahoo! News
Yahoo CEO to be paid $1 salary
CNET News
Media Executive Interview Series: Tom Glocer, CEO, Reuters
paidContent.org
Chief at Reuters pursuing new areas and dreams
International Herald Tribune
Newscasters grapple with rapid rate of technological advances
The Business Review /MSNBC
IDG chief sees world media future in Vietnam
VietnamNet Bridge
UK journalists union calls for Yahoo boycott to protest China actions
Reuters
Microsoft to Adobe: Deal or No Deal?
Publish
YouTube gets an upgrade
The Register
Newspaper JV Topix.net Debuts Craigslist Rival
Micro Persuasion

Best Practices
Our Survey Says...RSS still needs help to be mainstream
Alacrablog
Bog or cog? Blogs forcing newspapers to re-examine role
Newspapers and Technology
Google Your Library’s Mission
Library Journal

Cool Tools
TagWorld Announces TagWorld Widgets -- Take Anywhere Web Applications for Social Networks
BusinessWire via TMCNet
Heat mapping your transportation decisions
The Social Software Weblog
Jitbit Software releases RSS Feed Creator 2.0
ClickPress

Deals, Partnerships & Sales

TechTarget, Westwick-Farrow form partnership in Australia and New Zealand
BtoB Online

Products, Markets & People

New eBook Databases from ebrary Help Companies Increase Sales and Develop Stronger Leaders
BusinessWire
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