Thursday, November 30, 2006

Headlines for 30 November 2006

Trends
Google's Content-Sharing Deal Helps Ease Belgian-Press Dispute
WSJ Online*
Panel urges tighter rules for science publications
The New York Times via IHT
Cellphone Carriers Let Others Sell Mobile Content to Users
WSJ Online*
While not a splash, Zune makes positive debut
USA Today
Could BitTorrent Inc. be the new model for file-sharing legitimacy?
Zero Paid
Yahoo Declines to Help Google in Authors Guild Lawsuit
eWeek
NC county gets Google restraining order
BusinessWeek
What would techies do with a newspaper? First, they'd make it all digital
USA Today
Why Yahoo is Backing Away from RSS
Micro Persuasion
Yahoo! enters brand land Netco builds 'brand universe'
Variety
Yahoo Quietly Launches Mobile Social-Networking Service
InformationWeek
Amazon goes UnSpun with Ruby on Rails
37 Signals
Henneberger Hired as HuffPost Prepares to Offer Original Reporting
Editor & Publisher
Has Digg peaked, gone out of fashion?
The Blog Herald

Best Practices
Profitably Running an Online Business in the Web 2.0 Era
Dion Hinchcliffe
Podcasting And File Sharing: How The Web Is Transforing Itself
Robin Good
The Presence of Magazines on the Internet
The Bibings Report
Feed publishing best practices
Niall Kennedy
Developing Attractive Location Based Service Pricing Strategies to Increase Uptake, Usage and Revenues
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance

Cool Tools
Spokeo Aggregates Social Networks And Blogs
TechCrunch
Google: no ads and compact
UserStyles.org

Deals, Parnerships & Sales
Society of Interventional Radiology Selects Elsevier as New Publisher of Official Journal
PR Newswire
ANA, Yahoo! announce content partnership
BtoB Online

Products, Markets & People
Apex Advisory Board to Chart Global Initiative to Inventory Newspaper Archives of Developing Nations
PRWeb
Wolters Kluwer Health Launches PubFusionTM 2.0 to Improve Publication Management for Industries
dBusiness News
LexisNexis to Host Data for Law Firms
WebHosting.info
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