Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Headlines for 21 November 2006

Court: Web sites not liable for libel committed by third parties
The Mercury News*
Google Mapping an Offline Course
The New York Times*
Yahoo internal memo urges major shake-up, job cuts
Yahoo, Saved by the Bell
Yahoo-Newspapers: Conference Call: Why Yahoo? Timelines, Plans, Etc.
Playing catch-up with Google at Microsoft
Revenue crunch looms for YouTube and friends
The Australian
After One Month, CBS Content Among Most Viewed Videos on YouTube
PR Newswire via EarthTimes
Wiki Opens for Corporate Org Charts
Micro Persuasion
In Web World, Rich Now Envy the Superrich
The New York Times*
Second Life Will Save Copyright
Wired News
Growth In Websites Reached An All Time High In 2006, ISPs Thriving
Internet ranks No. 2 for science news
AP via Post Intelligencer

Best Practices
The Semantic Web is About Helping People Use the Web More Productively
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Deals, Parnerships & Sales
Thomson Financial and The Associated Press Announce News Partnership
PR Newswire via Charlotte.com

Products, Markets & People
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