Tuesday, August 1, 2006

Headlines for 1 August 2006

Trends
3 of L.A.'s Billionaires Have Eyes on L.A. Times
LA Times*
Pearson ponders web strategy as profits rise
The Guardian
Media heir wants 'Airbus of the web'
FT.com via MSNBC
EC eyes single market for digital content
PC Pro
Inform Links Publishers to Web
Red Herring
Ten Toes in the Multimedia Waters: 2006 is turning into the year of trying everything at once
Poynter Online
Amateur Hour: Journalism without journalists
The New Yorker
Ziff Davis Owner Officially Seeks Sale
FOLIO: Magazine
Making the jump from one-man blog to community website
USC Annenberg OJR
Wachovia Conference Call: Dismal Stats on Auto Ads
Editor & Publisher
Digital rights fuel open-source debate
The Oregonian
Siggraph: Taking on fair use, privacy and DRM
CNET News
CNN.com creates user submissions section
AP via Boston.com

Best Practices
Interface Design: Usability And Visual Innovation Key Future Success Factors
Robin Good
But Would You Pay For It? Free Versus Paid Content Online
TMCNet
Blog Advertising: A Quick Tutorial
ClickZ News

Cool Tools
Amazon.com Announces Library Processing for Public and Academic Libraries Across the United States
BusinessWire via FinanzenNet

Deals, Partnerships & Sales

Merriam-Webster Selects Healthline to Deliver Medical Information to Millions of Health Seekers
MarketWire
Sphere.com and Clickability to Connect About.com Readers to the 1.3 Million+ Related Articles on Its Site
PR Newswire via Finanzen.net
Wired and Sonibyte Partner to Provide Podcast Content
PR Web via Yahoo! News
NewsGator Brings Podcasts and Other Content to Yahoo! Messenger
MarketWire
State of Minnesota Selects PTC(R) Arbortext(R) to Streamline Legislative Publishing
BusinessWire
InvestorIdeas.com™ Features Audio Video Content from ClipSyndicate
Newswire Today
blinkx Partners With Trouble Homegrown Adding Thousands of Hours of Garage Video to Search Index
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance
MondoSearch First Search Engine to Integrate with Sitecore CMS
Submit Express
Son of Real Estate Mogul Buys New York Observer
WSJ Online*

Products, Markets & People
Spoke Gives Free Access to Database of 30 Million Business People
Spoke
Industry Moves: Yahoo Media; NYT; iFilm; BigFish; Penton
paidContent.org
LexisNexis Risk Management Introduces New Investigative Solutions Line
BusinessWire
Mobileplay offers free mobile services with Opera MiniT 2.0
Kauppalehti Online
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