Thursday, November 16, 2006

Headlines for 16 November 2006

It's Official: Jon Miller Out, Randy Falco In As Chairman and CEO, AOL
Jason Calacanis Says Adios to AOL
Coping with Convergence: Local Search Meets Mobile and WiFi
Search Engine Watch
Nielsen to Launch Video-On-Demand Measurement Service
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance
Google sees professionals outdone by Web amateurs
China allows full access to Wikipedia
The Boston Globe
Stoll out to convince publishers: Google News is friend, not foe
Online Press Gazette
Don't Believe The Web 3.0 Hype
Publish The King of SEO
Read/Write Web
Reed's education arm disappoints
The Guardian
U.K.'s Pearson Tests The Group Dynamic For a 'Wiki' Book
WSJ Online*

Best Practices
Five Critical Factors that Make Corporate Blogging Go
Micro Persuasion
Google, Yahoo and Microsoft partner to help webmasters standardize search engine submissions
Macworld via Yahoo! News

Cool Tools
System 'spots multimedia content'
BBC News
ContentWatch Releases New Internet Filtering Appliance
ZapTXT's New RSS Alert Service Ensures Web Users Never Miss a Crucial Piece of Information
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance

Deals, Parnerships & Sales
Investment groups buy Clear Channel
Alacra, Inc. to Provide Standard & Poor's Credit Research in the Alacra Store
PR Web
TechTarget to Team with Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Council to Provide Quarterly IT Research
Reader's Digest Agrees to be Sold in Biggest Consumer Deal of the Year
FOLIO: Magazine

Products, Markets & People
ShopWiki Relaunches For the Holidays
ArchiVal National Geographic Map Reproductions Available Online
Directions Magazine
Adobe offers enterprise rights management tool
IT Business
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