Monday, August 21, 2006

Headlines for 21 August 2006

Third Time's a Charm? Google Sued for Click Fraud (Again)
Google search share slips after 11 months of increases
IT Wire
How Weekly Magazines Try to Balance News on the Internet, in Print Editions
WSJ Online*
Wikipedia Tops Education Information Sites
iMedia Connection
Bloggers Gauge Web 2.0 Features for Newspaper Sites Around World
Now the Music Industry Wants Guitarists to Stop Sharing
The New York Times*
Bill Gates, Newspaper Guy
Seattle Weekly
Space Shot: Bloomberg Headquarters
Fast Company Launches Sponsored Blogroll
Is Fighting TiVo a Good Idea?
ClickZ Network
Road Trip: Testing Google's Wi-Fi Network
'Comment is Free,' but designing communities is hard
USC Annenberg OJR
At Some Publishers, Nonbusiness Is Going Strong
The New York Times*

Best Practices
User Experience Design: The Importance Of A Great Ending
Robin Good
Google AdSense: What Pamela Anderson And Mr. Rogers Taught Me
Best Syndication
A Company Blog Keeps People Connected
Who Owns the Online Brand? How Publishers Can Better Share Brand Value with Advertisers

Cool Tools
Feeds2Be: Either you create an RSS feed, or you will be "scraped"
Silicon Beat

Deals, Partnerships & Sales

Elsevier Extends Content Offering to Entertainment Technology Professionals with Content from CMP
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and The Seattle Times Launch Advanced TV Personalization with MeeVee
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