Wednesday, November 1, 2006

Headlines for 1 November 2006

Google goes wild for wikis
Shareholders Besiege The Sun-Times: Weak Results Since Black's Ouster Spark Call Now to 'Just Sell It'
WSJ Online*
Copley says it's exploring possible sale, mergers for papers
The Mercury News
Is It The Tabloids' Time?
Report Suggests U.K. Consider Regulating Licensed Content
Library Journal
Editor with Online Bent Is Named to Run Fortune Magazine
The New York Times*
Elephants and Evolution - How the Landscape is Changing for Google, Microsoft, Mozilla and Adobe
Read/Write Web
U.S. Intelligence Community Launches Intellipedia Wiki
Too Much RSS Feed Bling
Tech Recipes
Episode II: Revenge of the Portal
Micro Persuasion
How Google Wins By Losing
Search Insider
Fitch Downgrades Dow Jones' IDR to 'BBB+'; Outlook Negative
ABM offers mobile video downloads
BtoB Online
Viet Nam's Intellectual Property Law meets WTO requirements
Vietnam Economic Times
'Second Life' land prices get hefty hikes
The New York Times*

Best Practices
AdSense Money Machine? The Problem With PLR Articles And Automatic Content Generators
Robin Good
Effective SEO through good code structure

Cool Tools
GridNetworks Unveils Radical New Video Delivery Technology to Transform Digital Media Industry
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance

Deals, Partnerships & Sales

Scirus Partners with Indian Institute of Science
Wired Digital Acquires Reddit
Wired News
RR Donnelly to buy printing services firm Banta Corp. for $1.3bn
New Ratings

Products, Markets & People
Thomson Scientific doubles its nursing content
Information World Review
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