Thursday, July 19, 2007

Headlines for 19 July 2007

Trends
Relax folks, Google isn't Yahoo
CNET News
Google's Free Trade Agenda
Forbes
The Impact of Facebook's Platform
Read/Write Web
Dow Jones Posts Lower Q2 Profits; Revenue Up 16.2 Percent; Director Resigns
paidContent.org
Email Has Evaporated As a Social Tool
Napsterization
LaunchTags Offers Revenue-Sharing Model for Bloggers
Mashable
Google Expands Print Ads Program, Non-Americans Not Wanted
TechCrunch
Marketers coming up short on Web 2.0
IT Business
162 Million Internet Users in China, reveals Report
TechShout
Google's deal for DoubleClick faces scrutiny; Lawmakers worried about competition
Bloomberg News /Content Agenda
Wither Blogging? Not Yet, But Perhaps Soon
Micro Persuasion
Daily news lost on Facebook generation
CNET News
Yahoo! Sale Is Now More Likely, According to Analyst
Bloomberg News
EBay Profit Is Up 50%; Listings Off
The New York Times*
Wal-Mart Adds Customer Reviews Online
WSJ Online*

Best Practices
Mobile Phones As Mass Media: Advertising Models And The Creative Challenge
Robin Good
IE Dropping, Now Near 70% In Europe
Slashdot

Cool Tools
BEA Launches Web 2.0-Style Computing Inside The Enterprise
InformationWeek

Deals, Partnerships and Sales
Healthwise and Revolution Health Make Consumer Health Information Widely Available
MarketWire
Onstream Media Expands Business with Bonnier Corporation
PR Newswire via CNN Money
AP Selects SchemaLogic to Manage Its Content Tags For News Delivery
PR Newswire
Scripps Networks Extends Online Reach with Acquisition of Recipezaar
BusinessWire
Facebook(R) Acquires Startup Parakey
PR Newswire

Products, Markets & People
Thomson Financial to Provide Background On Executives and Private Companies
Wall Street & Technology
Ask.com to Give People Unmatched Privacy Control
PR Newswire
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