Wednesday, November 8, 2006

Headlines for 8 November 2006

New York Times Chairman Sees Using Citizen Journalists
Google CEO denies rumor of YouTube legal reserve
MacArthur Foundation Launches Five-Year Study of Online Media's Impact on Modern Youth
Web 2.0 potential unmet, say experts
@ Web 2.0: Meeker’s State Of The Internet: Time For Video Monetization - Presentation Slides
Blog Usage Statistics And Trends: Technorati's State Of The Blogosphere - Q3 2006
Robin Good
Editors call on Google for share of Net profits
The Herald
SEC chief posts to CEO blog
Live Blogging the U.S. Mid-Term Elections
Blogburst: Now Get Paid to Blog
Primedia Earnings: Revenue, EBITDA Up Slightly, Net Income Declines Sharply
FOLIO: Magazine
Wasserstein & Co. denies report it is seeking sale of ALM
BtoB Online
Los Angeles Moguls Said To Offer Bid for Tribune
WSJ Online*
Los Angeles Paper Ousts Top Editor
The New York Times*

Best Practices
XML Topic Maps for organized data

Cool Tools
AOL Tests New Ajax Feed Reader
Micro Persuasion

Deals, Parnerships & Sales Acquires FAQ Farm: Wiki-based Site Offers User-contributed Questions and Answers
AOL buys financial news and information company Relegence Corp
AFX via Forbes
Inxight Partners With Business Objects to Help Bridge the Gap Between Search and Business Intelligence
Earth Times
Wipro, Mark Logic In Pact To Address Customer Solutions in the Media and Publishing Markets
OneSource and Basho Strategies Partner To Provide Solutions for Sales Growth
BusinessWire Launches Contextual Module from Sphere
Springer signs agreements with several universities and corporations for eBooks
American Academy of Pediatrics Selects Cadmus Communications for End-to-End Publishing Services
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance
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