Friday, June 9, 2006

Headlines for 9 June 2006

Trends
Google Urges Grassroots Fight For Net Neutrality
Publish
BT CIO: "We see Google as our biggest threat"
Silicon.com
Google Research prototypes ambient audio contextual content
TechCrunch
House seeks to open cable TV market
AP via Yahoo! News
Open Access publisher BioMed upbeat despite content overlap concerns
Information World Review
U.S. newspapers weigh choices in struggling market
Reuters
House Seeks to Open Cable TV Market
The New York Times*
Microsoft enlists mash-up developers for Live push
CNET News
Web 3.0 - When "the Internet" becomes "the Intranet"
Contentology
WebSideStory: Top 4% Keywords Make Up 50% of all Searches
Adotas
Microsoft Eyes Offline Media, Would Extend Paid Search Model To Other Outlets
Media Daily News

Best Practices
PR Is Everywhere: How Good Information Finds Its Way Online
Robin Good
Unique Content VS. Plagiarism In The Eyes Of An Algorithm
Search Engine Watch
How to report a news story online
USC annenberg OJR

Cool Tools
AskMeNow Introduces New Handheld Application for BlackBerry
CNW Telbec

Deals, Partnerships & Sales

Microsoft to Collaborate With UC and University of Toronto Libraries for Windows Live Book Search
PR Newswire
News Corp sells Phoenix TV stake to China Mobile
Reuters

Products, Markets & People
CCC Debuts Rightsphere(TM): First Comprehensive Enterprise Rights Advisory & Management Solution
BusinessWire
Factiva Offers New and Enhanced Free Search Experience on Trial Basis
eMediaWire
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