Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Headlines for 17 April 2007

Trends
Web 2.0 Expo: Media Companies Confront Mortality
Information World
Live Blogging the Web 2.0 Expo Keynote
O'Reilly Radar
Tellme Launches Free 411 Business Search Service
TechCrunch
Google preparing to crack down on paid search links
Ars Technica
Google Achieves Behavioral Targeting Nirvana
TMCNet
Google: The Ad Dominator?
BusinessWeek
Google Continues to Exploit Antitrust Laws to Dominate Internet Advertising: NETCompetition.org
PR Newswire
Microsoft attacks Google-DoubleClick merger as anti-competitive
DPA via Content Agenda
Ad Sector Eyeballed for Acquisitions
New York Post
Nielsen Co. Reports Decline in 2006 Operating Income
FOLIO: Magazine
Radio Must "Reframe and Rebrand"
Radio Ink
Local and National Papers Break News on Massacre - In Blogs
Editor & Publisher
Yahoo Strikes Ad Deal With More Papers
The New York Times*
YouTube filtering system almost ready
Download Squad

Best Practices
Maybe a Lavender Web Site Wasn’t How to Attract Women
The New York Times*
Offline or Online, Civility Depends on Each Community’s Tolerance
MediaShift
Open Letter: A Lesson Learned Twittering
Micro Persuasion

Cool Tools
Attensa Feed Server Integrates Publishing, Search & Discovery Tools for Enterprise Web Feed Workflows
eMediaWire
Netvibes users to create their own Universes
CNET News

Deals, Parnerships & Sales
Chockstone Acquires Peppercoin, Strengthens Its Position in Real-Time Loyalty Marketing Programs
Chockstone
Generate Launches Media Solutions for Publishers & Content Providers
PR Newswire
blinkx to Power Multimedia Content for Portfolio.com
PR Newswire via Sys-Con
LexisNexis Teams with Elsevier to Offer Exclusive Scientific, Technical Journals
BusinessWire
CCH and Proxix Enter Sales and Use Tax Information, Solutions Partnership Agreement
PR Newswire

Products, Markets & People
S&P Adds Tools for Understanding Markets, Developing Portfolios to Investor Newsletter
PR Newswire
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