Monday, September 25, 2006

Headlines for 25 September 2006

Trends
Young Internet Producers, Bankrolled, Are Seeking Act II
The New York Times*
Publishers aim for some control of search results
Reuters
The Future of the Internet II: Internet leaders, activists, and analysts see opportunities in a “flattening” world
Pew Internet & American Life
Microsoft May Offer Free Ad-Supported Office
Reuters via Publish
Web 2.0 Companies Garner $262.3 Million in First Half of 2006, Gaining Ground in U.S. VC Investing
PrimeZone
OMMA East: Ross Levinsohn, President, Fox Interactive Media
paidContent.org
Google plans product search upgrade for search engine
Web2.Ohhh
TechMeme Invents New Kind of Advertisment
TechCrunch
BuzzLogic calculates social media influence
ZDNet
Craig Newmark reflects on the power of the Web
CNET News
How to Get Attention In a New-Media World
WSJ Online*

Best Practices
3 Reasons Why Delicious Bookmarks Beat Digg Traffic Hands Down
Performancing
The 8 Free Things Every Site Should Do
Squidoo
It feels relevant: biological tactility in news media
USC Annenberg OJR

Cool Tools
Add Me Unveils 'AddThis Button', Announces Public Beta
PR Newswire
NewsGator Partners With Directory Xpress to Help School Communications to Parents and Students
MarketWire
New DRM Add-on for Google Writley, Spreadsheets, Cash, Maps and Picasa Web Albums
PR Web

Deals, Partnerships & Sales

LexisNexis Launches Corporate Intelligence Subscription for the InterAction CRM Solution
BusinessWire

Products, Markets & People
LexisNexis Launches Client Development Solutions, Aligning with Professional Services Firms’ Strategies
LexisNexis
LexisNexis Announces Launch of atVantage Business Development Tool
BusinessWire
Ancestry.com Adds Major U.S. Newspaper Birth, Marriage and Death Announcements, 1851 to 2003
PR Newswire
Knows.jongo.com, the leading English language information tool for China-related subjects on the web
Jongo Knows
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