Thursday, September 14, 2006

Headlines for 14 September 2006

Trends
Advertising seeps into the cell phone
CNET News
Microsoft launches the Zune!
Engadget
Microsoft Zune: Not Just A Portable Device, A New Community-Based Platform
paidContent.org
Xinhua defends foreign media controls
AP via TimesUnion
ABM panel: When it comes to innovation, b-to-b publishers must be more proactive
BtoB Online
Google Scans Enter Michigan Catalog
Library Journal
Can Microsoft Out-Google Google?
BusinessWeek
Google Earth Featured Content - just the beginning
IT Wire
Google 'eager' to work with Republicans: Starting Political Action Committee

Roll Call via The Raw Story
Yahoo Expands Web Mail Beta
PC World via Yahoo! News
Live.com and Yahoo! bulk up for local search brawl
Tech Crunch
Tolman Geffs' Dot-com buyout candidates
Frank Barkano's Media Blog
Web journalist, know thyself: What it takes to set up shop online
USC Annenbert OJR
Commercials Find New Life on Web
The New York Times*

Best Practices
The Net Democracy Guide
Center for Democracy & Technology
Wiki journalism
La Vanguardia
Content Strategy as a Marketing Tool
ClickZ Network
On the Quality of Metadata...
Stefano Mazzocchi

Cool Tools
New at Apple: Smaller iPods, Bigger Ideas
The New York Times*
Turn Your Favorite Feeds Into an Email Newspaper
Micro Persuasion
Microsoft quietly launches desktop RSS feed reader
Blogging Stocks

Deals, Partnerships & Sales
United Business Media Sells Non-Core US Media Portfolio
PR Newswire via DV Format
BIA Financial buys Digital Information Network
Washington Business Journ'l
Reed Business Information Nederland chooses Arcade
e-Consultancy
Google Strikes Marketing Deal With Intuit; Selling Ads via QuckBooks to Businesses
Online Media Daily
Credit Unions Look to Wolters Kluwer Financial Services for Web-Based USA PATRIOT Act Solution
PR Newswire
News Corp poised to acquire Milkround Online for £20m
Telegraph
MediaBrains forms strategic partnership with Highline Media
BtoB Online

Products, Markets & People
Recruiting.com Gets Web 2.0 Facelift
WebWire
Yahoo Taps Media Executive To Head New Marketplaces Unit
WSJ Online*

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