Friday, June 29, 2007

Headlines for 28-29 June 2007

Tentative Dow Jones Sale Pact Said to Give Murdoch Power to Hire and Fire at The Journal
The New York Times
Wall Street Journal reporters protest Murdoch bid for Dow Jones
AP via Topix
Murdoch on 'WSJ' Deal: 'Vitriol' and 'Page 3 Girls'
Editor & Publisher
MySpace to follow rival FaceBook’s lead
Google sued over defamatory postings found on web search
The Independent
Kevin Rose’s New Startup: Pownce
Blow dealt to network neutrality; FTC says rules sought for broadband providers could hurt innovation
LA Times via Content Agenda
iPhone's disappearing spacebar
37 Signals
Live questions and answers with Fluther
Download Squad
Is Endeca really the next Google?
Same name and same office, but new ProQuest isn't like old
Crain's Detroit Business
Sources: Divestment of Remaining Two Ziff Units 'Going Nowhere'
FOLIO: Magazine
Not much going on at San Fran's Apple Store

Best Practices
What Social Networking Sites Do You Use? How Do they Benefit Your Blog?
ProBlogger Takes Lead In Designing Display Of Search Results
WSJ Online*
Walled Gardens and the Lesson for Social Networks
Micro Persuasion

Cool Tools
TwitterMail Lets You Tweet from your Email Account

Deals, Partnerships and Sales
Ingram Micro will distribute several Google enterprise search tools and services
PC World
AP Signs Group For Hosted Online Content
Radio Ink
ConnectivHealth buys information provider Relegent
Nashville Business Journal
infoUSA(R) to Acquire Guideline, Inc.
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