Thursday, September 20, 2007

Headline Summary for 19 September 2007

NBC to offer a free video download service
The New York Times
Digg turns its social networking up a few notches
News Corp. Plans to Save $100 Million From Dow Jones
Bloomberg News
Google phone rumors heat up
Zillow Raises $30 Million More, Up To $87 Million in Venture Capital
Man files best lawsuit ever against Google
Download Squad
Alfred A Knopf: How the great literary publisher proved to be the great rejecter
The Independent
China: Net spy damage has been 'massive'
Reuters via CNET
Magazines Eclipse Newspapers in Ad Revenue Share
FOLIO: Magazine
Kerry Taser Video Brings Record Traffic To 'Gainesville Sun'
Editor & Publisher
Neutron Randy Vaporizes AOL
The New York Times

Best Practices
Business Intelligence: One Version of the Truth
Study says DRM counters Canadian privacy laws
IT World Canada
Peer Review and a Proposal for Revision
E Pluribus Media

Cool Tools
Google Expands Google Gadget Ads For Advertisers Beta
Search Engine Land
NASA, Google Bring More of the Moon to Earth
PC World
iPhone Heads to Germany / Content Agenda

Deals, Partnerships and Sales
MSN and Variety Forge Distribution Relationship
PR Newswire via CNN Money
Multiply Selects Omniture to Enhance the Social Networking Experience
Marketwire via CNN Money
Borders(R) and Sony(R) Team Up to Promote e-books
PR Newswire via CNN Money

Products, Markets & People
Tacit Software's illumio Upgrade Makes Sharing Knowledge and Monitor News, Blogs, and Wikis Easy
Thomas Technology Solutions and ThomComp, Inc. Merge to Form Content Data Solutions, Inc.
John Wiley & Sons Ltd: Wiley-Blackwell to Publish Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine
Trading Markets
Business Objects Launches BI OnDemand
Intelligent Enterprise
InfoUSA to compile U.K. database
BtoB Online
Referex eBooks Database Launches 3 New Collections And Over 900 Additional Titles
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