Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Headlines for 18 September 2007

Trends
Times to Stop Charging for Parts of Its Web Site
The New York Times (no *!)
Murdoch makes case for free WSJ online
Reuters via Yahoo! News
Content is Dead. Community is King Now
Search Engine Guide
Why Some Web 2.0 Sites Will Never Attract Big Ad Dollars
Micro Persuasion
Dick Parsons, CEO, Time Warner: No Spinoff Of AOL Yet
paidContent.org
First Look: SpiralFrog Offers Free Music with a Hefty Price
PC World
Salesforce targets enterprise content management
VNUNet
Yahoo adds wiki twist to Mash
VNUNet
Facebook backs fund to help find new apps
Mercury News
MySpace to Discuss Effort to Customize Ads
The New York Times
Macrovision: Legal DVD Copying On Deck
IBD via CNN Money
Salesforce to Launch Community Platform for Clients
Mashable

Best Practices
User Generated Content on Social Networking Sites Set to Go Pro and Boost Broadband Penetration
Newswire
Economist Confused About the Semantic Web?
O'Reilly Radar
Bill Gates, the man with the remotest idea to change lives
Fairfax Digital

Cool Tools
Reuters Labs Launches Search People in Video Feature
Mashable
No more wallet needed with MobiBucks
Download Squad
Google Offers 'Collaboration in the Cloud'
eWeek

Deals, Partnerships and Sales
Mark Logic and Trinity Technologies Partner to Deliver XML Technology to Financial Services Industry
Marketwire
Cygnus Business Media Deploys iCopyright on 60 Web Sites
Marketwire
VMS Selects Autonomy to Support Real-Time Media Intelligence
PR Newswire
Hearst Acquires 'Real Age'
FOLIO: Magazine

Products, Markets & People
Google Formally Introduces AdSense For Mobile
Search Engine Land
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