Thursday, August 16, 2007

Headlines for 15 August 2007

Big media hunts for Web cred, again
How many trees did your iPhone bill kill?
USA Today
iPhone data roaming charges exceed $5,000!
AT&T Horror Story
Hearst Uses Startup Mentality in Revamp of Magazine Sites
Yahoo puts the yokel in Local
Could Audio Watermarking Help Make MP3s Free?
PC World Shuts Down, After Failed Acquisition By GoFish
A Common Misconception Regarding Video Advertising
BBC iPlayer wreaking havoc on ISPs
Download Squad
Companies need guidance to face censors abroad
Ziff Davis Won’t Make Interest Payment Due Today
FOLIO: Magazine
China Announces Media Crackdown
The New York Times*

Best Practices
Scan This Book! In the race to digitize the public domain, is the future of the library at stake?
Library Journal
True behavioural targeting means more than segmentation
Wiki becomes textbook in Boston College classroom

Cool Tools
Movable Type 4.0 Launched
Read/Write Web
Google To Release Embeddable Maps
O'Reilly Radar

Deals, Partnerships and Sales
Tensleep to Become New Media Company Aggregating Branded Sports Content for
PR Newswire via EarthTimes
Money Talks News Joins Voxant's to Syndicate Video Advice
PR Newswire
Decades of Historic NBC News Archives Released in HotChalk's Digital Learning Environment
PR Newswire
Reprints Desk to Deliver Articles from Oxford Journals

Products, Markets & People Features Podcasts, Audio Content and Audio Ads in Environment and Water Sector
PR Minds
Authentidate's Inscrybe Office to Bring Trusted Document Exchange to Enterprises and Mass Market
PR Newswire viaCNN Money
User-Generated Content Appears in National TV Ad Campaign for on Travel Channel
Management Shuffle at Facebook
All Things Digital
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