Tuesday, November 7, 2006

Headlines for 7 November 2006

Trends
Verizon, YouTube Aim To Bring Web Videos To Cellphones, TV
WSJ Online*
SEC Chief Suggests Blogs for Corporate Disclosures
AP via Chron.com
Privatization 'Tsunami' Sweeps Old Media
Advertising Age
AOL Executives See Evidence of Success in New Approach, Taking Share from Yahoo's Ads
Washington Post
Turn to Launch Hybrid CPA Ad Network
TechCrunch
Google warns Australian copyright laws could cripple Internet
ABC Australia News Online
Is This the Next Generation of Search?
Library Journal
The 'Long Tail' of technology information
Innovations Report
OpenSourcing Yourself, Are You Ready?
Slashdot

Best Practices
Under Construction: The foundation is still being laid for Web 2.0.
Information Week
The Habits of Highly Effective Web 2.0 Sites
Dion Hinchcliffe
Ontology of Folksonomy: A Mash-up of Apples and Oranges
Tom Gruber

Cool Tools
Microsoft Launches 3-D Maps For Web Search
Reuters via Information Week
Adobe to donate script code to Mozilla
CNET News
WikiMatrix: Compare them All
WikiMatrix

Products, Markets & People
InfoSearch Media Debuts Strategy Focused on Content; Signals Improving Financial Results
MarketWire
BoonEx announces BoonEx Wiki Project
Programmers Heaven
Books24x7 Addresses the Content Needs of the Mobile Workforce with Books24x7 On the Go
PR Newswire via KLKN-TV
Linking Up Bibliographies: DOI Harvesting Tool Launched by CrossRef
Information Today
ProQuest Remains Most Extensive Digital Portal for 19th Century Research
PR Newswire via Earth Times
Thomson Pharma Chemical Structures Now Indexed In PubChem From US National Institutes Of Health
WebWire
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