Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Headlines for 31 October 2006

Trends
Google: A New Advertising Engine
Washington Post
Will Yahoo Make a Deal to Buy AOL?
Fortune via CNN Money
Digg Brushes Off Acquisition Rumors
NextNet
At Conde Nast, It's Print Versus Digital
Crain's New York Business
Hoovers Joins LinkedIn, Launches a Business Social Network
Mashable!
MySpace To Start Music Copyright Detection via Gracenote
Filtering

WSJ Online*
Brightcove Launches First 360° Internet TV Business Platform
Robin Good
Web 2.Org: Organizations Competing in Traditional Media Spaces
Policlicks
Stephen Colbert: Don’t Love and Leave YouTube
Media Shift
The Domino Effect - Igniting 500 Litres of Diet Coke and 1500+ Mentos for fun - and profit
Google Blog
Attack of the Bots
Wired
John Battelle Interview With Folksonomy
Federated Media via Folksonomy
BBC joins the user contributed content gang
Journalism.co.uk
Analysis: Why Circulation Keeps Heading South
Editor & Publisher
Copyright report calls for more consumer rights
Computeractive

Best Practices
SIIA FISD Issues Derived Data and Non-display Usage Draft
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance
If Google Demotes Your Web Page, Can You Sue?
Publish
Internet Archaeology - Digging up the web of the past
Content Log

Cool Tools
Webmaster Tools: A resource for content providers
Google Base Blog
Get a Mapkit Widget for Your Blog and Earn Moolah
Micro Persuasion
Windows Media Player 11 (final) is now available
Download Squad

Deals, Partnerships & Sales


The Economist Acquires GalleryWatch Online Service

Washington Business Journal

Products, Markets & People
Hanley Wood launches ‘Architect’
BtoB Online
New Website for Legal Professionals Aims to Revolutionize Sharing of Information
PR Web
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