Friday, October 19, 2007

Headlines for 19 October 2007

Trends
Google quarterly profit swells 46 percent
Reuters via ZDNet
YouTube-Viacom lawsuit looms over antipiracy plans
CNET News
Plan Would Ease Limits on Media Owners
The New York Times
Web 2.0 Summit 2007: Mary Meeker and Internet Trends
Read/Write Web
When the A-List Gets It Wrong: Scoble/Rubel
Center Networks
WordPress and Federated Media Being Hawked Seriously; Velocity Among Others In The Mix; WP Buys
paidContent.org
US Congress: Bloggers Are Journalists Too
Read/Write Web
CBS, Microsoft, and MySpace Unveil Copyright Guidelines
PC World
Recipe for killing Internet in India
The Times of India
Futurists Envision the Newspaper in 2020
World Ass'n of Newspapers
John Battelle wants to hike his rates
ValleyWag
Google Adsense Exploring Games
GigaOM
News Corp. May End WSJ.com Fees; Opens MySpace Code
Bloomberg News
Facebook to Crash the Online Advertising Party
eWeek

Best Practices
Publish or patent -- or both
Business Review of W. Michigan

Cool Tools
Microsoft Launches Drag-And-Drop App Builder Popfly
TechCrunch
Moo now offers postcards
Download Squad

Deals, Partnerships and Sales
AskMeNow Powers Answers for Ask Frank's Mobile Q&A Service
Marketwire via CNN Money
JargonFish(TM) Adds Publisher Partners
BusinessWire

Products, Markets & People
MedBioWorld Portal Significantly Expands Resource Content
BusinessWire
Mobile search service by Truvo
Let's Go Mobile
Dow Jones Significantly Increases Operating Income Again in Third Quarter 2007
BusinessWire
McGraw-Hill Profit Up 18 Percent
Reuters via The New York Times
Media General Profit Plunges 88 Percent
AP via The New York Times
BBC to Cut 1, 800 Jobs as It Confronts Digital Age
Reuters via The New York Times
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