Thursday, February 15, 2007

Headlines for 15 February 2007

Trends
Hollywood Weighs Copyright Protections
WSJ Online*
Viewers Fast-Forwarding Past Ads? Not Always
The New York Times*
Music execs criticise DRM systems
BBC News
How LexisNexis Added Blog Search to Content Lineup
Marketing Sherpa
Social-Networking Sites Open Up APIs to Third Parties
BusinessWeek
Yahoo Suggestions: Not a Digg clone
WebWare
Meet the uber-wiki: WikiProfessional aims for qualified editors
Ars Technica
Newsstand Sales Show Dramatic Change in Product Mix
FOLIO: Magazine
Google Shifting Resources to YouTube Monetization
GigaOM

Best Practices
Attract more subscribers to your blog
Lifehacker
Inventing Business Intelligence 2.0 in the Labs
Business Objects
Free-science movement gains a foothold at Berkeley: Authors, librarians, and politicians call for change
UC Berkeley News

Cool Tools
Analysis: IBM Flexes its Content Management Muscles
Intelligent Enterprise
Flash Enabled Mobile Devices Pass 200 Million
TechWhack Press Releases
Opera 9 web full-page browser coming to Windows Mobile
Download Squad
Enterprise Search from Coveo, Provides Solution for Document Content
Submit Express

Deals, Parnerships & Sales
Cambridge Information Group buys ProQuest Information for $222 million: Marty Kahn in as CEO
Washington Business Journal
Google, Adscape Reach Agreement
Red Herring
ImageSpan Secures Series A Financing, Led by Greycroft Partners
MarketWire
Quigo Expands Key Vertical Audiences Signing Breitbart.com, Sparkpeople.com, and Healia.com
MarketWire

Products, Markets & People
Folksonomy meets taxonomy: Introducing Tags & Groups in Engineering Village
Really Simple Sidi
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