Thursday, May 31, 2007

Headlines for 31 May 2007

Trends
Bancrofts Open Door To a Sale Of Dow Jones
WSJ Online*
Bancroft Family Statement
BusinessWire
Developers Press Google on Future YouTube Features
PC Magazine
How U.S. policy can help reduce the broadband gap
Mercury News
AP CEO says Internet hasn't changed news gathering fundamentals
AP via The Mercury News
Apple says YouTube coming to Apple TV
AFX via Content Agenda
YouTube makes a deal with EMI
Reuters via USA Today
iTunes Plus DRM-free, not free of annoying glitches
Engadget
Book Expo America 2007: The State of EBooks
Gearlog

Best Practices
Social Software And Its Possible Future Uses
Robin Good
Open Text Applies Social Networking to Connect Corporate Content with Customers
Social Computing
You Can't Fake Real Content
Search Engine Land

Cool Tools
Freewebs Launches a Widget Bank
Mashable
Real Networks announces new offline player for YouTube
PodTech
Hewlett-Packard Will Offer Printing Kit for Web Sites
Bloomberg News

Deals, Partnerships and Sales
Attributor Is Tapped by The Associated Press to Track Use of AP Content Across the Internet
BusinessWire
NEWS Corporation/NBC Universal Joint Venture Inks Deals with Troupe of Premier Content Partners
CNW Telbec
AskMeNow to Introduce Natural Language Wikipedia Desktop and Mobile Search
MarketWire
ebrary Signs Five New Publishing Partners Including ABC-CLIO and Temple University Press
BusinessWire
Advanstar Announces Completion of its Acquisition by Veronis Suhler Stevenson for $1.14 Billion
BusinessWire

Products, Markets & People
Blinkx indexes 12M hours of Web content
DM News
LexisNexis Introduces Concordance(TM) 2007
BusinessWire
New Information Portal Makes Business Intelligence More Accessible
eMediaWire
New Platform, Products from Gale
Library Journal
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