Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Headlines for 10 September 2007

US Justice Department backing for two-tier internet
BBC News
Broadcasters Launch Ads Against Broadband Wireless Web Device
The New York Times*
Google News Adds Barely 100 Comments in 30 Days
Micro Persuasion
Yahoo's Cautious Course
WSJ Online*
Google Sued for Sponsored Search Ads
Read/Write Web
English Wikipedia Gets Two Millionth Article
Street blasts 'lame duck' Parsons, Time Warner
The Hollywood Reporter
Newspapers, don't leave the Internet holdouts behind
Baltimore Sun
A Medical Publisher’s Unusual Prescription: Online Ads
The New York Times*

Best Practices
Spam now 83% of all email
Real Tech News
Creating Google Custom Search Engines
UST libraries ask: Which resources should it cancel?
UST Bulletin

Cool Tools
HotSwap Launches - Video Classifieds
iPhoneSIMfree goes retail, let the unlocking begin

Deals, Partnerships and Sales
ScanScout Secures Strategic Investment from Time Warner and Announces Board of Directors
Healthline, LocateADoc Provide First Aid to Patient Education
TheStreet and WSJ Diversify Content to Drive Ads and Steer Away from Subscriptions
ClickZ Network
Near-Time and The History Press Introduce True Richmond Stories, an Online Book Community

Products, Markets & People
MediaLink Launches Online Content Management Platform for Communications Professionals
PR Newswire via CNN Money
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