Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Headlines for 30 August 2007

Defend Fair Use Initiative
Google Blogoscoped
IMS, Wolters Kluwer and Verispan Challenge Laws Restricting Access to Critical Healthcare Information
Yahoo’s New President Oversees a Shake-Up
The New York Times*
Yahoo Reorg: Sue Decker’s Memo Launches Video Focused Ad Network
Yesterday’s news tomorrow: Wall Street catches up with print realities
Reuters MediaFile
Google: censorship is not up to us
Times Online
Open source court ruling impacts debated
Content Agenda
TiVo, hurt by writedown, swings back to net loss
Reuters via CNET
FTC Clears News Corp.-Dow Jones Deal
AP via Forbes
News Corp and NBC Universal name video site Hulu

Best Practices
Using Research And Experience Keywords To Avoid Customers Design Ambitions
Robin Good
Does Google Apps own your content?
Web 2.0 content sites are better for marketers
On the Advantages and Disadvantages of BI Search
Enterprise Systems

Cool Tools
ProfileBuilder Launches with More Control Options for Your Online Presense
FeedM8: Access web content through your mobile handset
Emily Chang
What would the iCar be like?

Deals, Partnerships and Sales
GoFish Partners With to Deliver Integrated Online Video Ads
Tele Atlas Partners with Zagat Survey to Deliver Ratings and Reviews to Consumers 'On the Go' PR Newswire, CondeNast in partnership
Phone book maker teams with Yahoo
The News Observer
NBC Buys TV Group Overseas
The New York Times*
Scripps to Sell Albuquerque Paper
WSJ Online*

Products, Markets & People
Web Content Resource, Helium Marketplace, Expands Network
Web Site Host Directory
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