Friday, November 17, 2006

Headlines for 17 November 2006

Trends
John Wiley to buy Blackwell Publishing
BusinessWeek
Ross Levinsohn Resigns as President of Fox Interactive Media, to be Replaced by Peter Levinsohn
paidContent.org
University of Virginia Joins Google Book Search
Library Journal
Google Enterprise strategy: 'Death to the hierarchy'
ZDNet
Is Google worth its weight in gold?
CNET News
Google Maps adds click-to-call
Download Squad
Microsoft Plans Free, Ad-Supported WiFi
iMedia Connection
IBM Assists in Development of Open and Standard Content Analytics Software
EContent Magazine
OurSpace: A Post-Search World?
OMMA
New Web 2.0 NYC City Guide launches
PR Web
MySpace to Launch Enhanced Copyright Protection Tool to Provide Easier, Faster Content Protection
BusinessWire
Building Newspaper 2.0
Hyaline Skies

Best Practices
Social Media is not Mass Media
GigaOM

Cool Tools
Fleck Offers Zero Friction Web Annotation
TechCrunch
Tele Atlas MultiNet 2006.10 Next Generation of Global Digital Map Database
The Auto Channel
BrainKeeper Launches Enterprise Wiki
EContent Magazine

Deals, Parnerships & Sales
ProQuest and Safari Books Online Renew Partnership
EContent Magazine
Microsoft and Sprint Partner on Mobile Search
CIO Today
Hearst, The McGraw-Hill Companies and Pilot House Invest $10 Million in Gather.com's Social Media Site
BusinessWire
United Business Media Sells Backbeat Books for $2.2m
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance
Yahoo! buys Bix.com for content rating and compo know-how
PC Pro
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