Monday, September 17, 2007

Headlines for 17 August 2007

USA Today: At 25, 'McPaper' Is All Grown Up
The New York Times*
For Time Warner, a time to break up?
Fortune via CNN Money
More Restructuring at Time Inc.’s Business and Finance Network
FOLIO: Magazine
AOL HQ moving to New York, business model moving to advertising
Download Squad
Has smart money abandoned U.S. Web 2.0 companies?
Venture Beat
Interview: Ron Grant, President & COO, AOL: Time For A Network Approach
In an iPod world, the future is always now
Toronto Star
Google, DoubleClick Deal Challenged Again
Web Pro News
Wall Street Journal to Launch Monthly Glossy Magazine
Prime Newswire via CNN Money
Keep an eye on: Time Warner
Reuters MediaFile
Microsoft plays nice with the EU
VNUNet via Content Agenda
Newspapers Are Going 'Widget'-Happy'
The Examiner
InfoSpace Surges on Sale
WSJ Online*
Publications on Fitness and Health Head to Web
The New York Times*

Best Practices
Fear of Web 2.0
Read/Write Web
Making Real-World Noise about Online SItes: The Yelp Elite Squad

Cool Tools
Amazon Gets Widget With It
reCAPTCHA: Using Captchas To Digitize Books

Deals, Partnerships and Sales
Reuters Choses Attribtor to Protect Content
Al Jazeera and iHorizons team up to win best 'Media & Education Implementation of the year'
AME Info
Yahoo Acquires Zimbra For $350 million in Cash
Endeca Selects Bazaarvoice for Social Navigation Capabilities within New Endeca Discovery Suite
PR Database

Products, Markets & People
SpiralFrog(TM) Launches Free Ad-Supported Music Service
LexisNexis Adds TotalPatent to Its Suite of Solutions
Information Today, Inc.
Dow Jones Beats Reuters, Bloomberg and Thomson as Top News Provider: Tri-State Traders and IT Pros
PR Newswire via CNN Money
ALM and Courtroom View Network Join to Bring Online Courtroom Video to Litigators, Law Firms and Schools
Juris from LexisNexis Launches New Business Intelligence Reporting Module
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