Monday, October 2, 2006

Headlines for 2 October 2006

Trends
Yahoo opens up its e-mail program
BBC News
Terry Semel's long pause: Yahoo! seems to be standing still while Google, others race ahead
The Economist
How Yahoo! Gave Itself A Face-Lift
BusinessWeek
Google buys garage with a history
Sydney Morning Herald
Watch Out Google, Vertical Search Is Ramping Up!
Read/Write Web
LexisNexis Survey Shows Today’s Consumers Trust Traditional Media Sources the Most
BusinessWire
US media in decline, says British expert
Indo-Asian News Service
Technorati Intros Smarter Blog Search Feeds
Micro Persuasion
Reining In Magazine Sprawl
FOLIO: Magazine
Starbucks to add books to menu
MarketWatch*
VNU revenue up 6% in second quarter
BtoB Online
A Reporter Who Scoops His Own Paper
The New York Times*

Best Practices
Social Networks Meet News Aggregation And Filtering: Information Routing Groups
Robin Good
Newspaper Self-Help Guide Aims to Shake Up Old Habits
ClickZ Network
Open Access: What is it and why should we have it?
U of Southampton
Towards structured blogging
Seb's Open Research

Cool Tools
Google RSS reader is now just as good as its competitors
CNET News Blog
Zune wireless: worthless (for now)
Engadget

Deals, Partnerships & Sales
PR Newswire Acquires U.S. Newswire; Transaction to benefit government, private sector public info officers
PR Newswire
Boston.com to Deliver Video Content to blinkx
PR Newswire
Cantor Market Data Announces Distribution Agreement with DTN
BusinessWire
Dow Jones' Daily Bankruptcy Review Enhanced With New Content and Design to Highlight Breaking News
PrimeZone via Yahoo! News
ChoicePoint(R) Invests in Strategic Alliance with AMS Services; Sells Priority Data Systems
PR Newswire
Controversial PayPerPost Raises $3 million
TechCrunch

Products, Markets & People
Inxight Offers Free Download of Search Extender for Google Desktop
PR Newswire
ProQuest Receives NYSE Listing Extension
PR Newswire
Bitpass Unveils Next-Generation Digital Commerce Engine
BusinessWire
Clusty.com Becomes Official Home of Vivisimo Search Innovation
BusinessWire
CLS Division of Wolters Kluwer Applies Visual Analysis to Work Distribution Data
DM Review
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