Sunday, October 28, 2007

Headlines for 28 October 2007

Trends
Yahoo opening up home page to outside sources
CNET News
FCC member requests formal inquiry into News Corp.-Dow Jones deal
BtoB Online
Time Warner shares rise on CEO exit speculation
Reuters
Microsoft invests $240 million in Facebook
AP via CNN
Mercury News Tries To Catch Up, After Being In the Perpetually Poised Position For Social Media
paidContent.org
Senators Threatening Telcos With Probe Over Net Neutrality
TechCrunch
Online Citizen Journalism Now Undeniably Mainstream
Read/Write Web
Senate passes Internet tax moratorium extension: 7 more years tax-free
Ars Technica
Coming next week: A tax on your e-mail?
CNET News
TheStreet.com Steers A Long, Bumpy Road
IBD via CNN Money
Loving the Internet Survey: 24% of Americans say the Internet could replace a partner for a while
Computerworld
California Wildfire Coverage by Local Media, Blogs, Twitter, Maps and More
MediaShift
Maghound: a Netflix for Magazines?
AdAge
After Succeeding, Young Tycoons Try, Try Again
The New York Times

Best Practices
The Google Page Rank Pendulum Swings…. Again
ProBlogger
Microsoft blocks FairUse4WM v2 after 3 months of DRM free music
ZDNet Blogs

Cool Tools
iMooch: Social Networking Meets Content Marketplace
iMooch
Terabyte nanotech thumb drives around the corner?
Engadget
Mindtouch rising in the open-source wiki market
CNET Blogs
News Flows, Consciousness Streams: The Headwaters of a River of Words
The New York Times

Deals, Partnerships and Sales
Agence France-Presse Signs With Teletrax for Global Analysis of Video News Content Usage
PR Newswire via CNN Money
Wiley-Blackwell Journals Contribute To Council Of Science Editor's Global Theme Issue
Medical News Today
Tribune to Sell Two Papers In Connecticut to Hearst
WSJ Online*

Products, Markets & People
Another Yahoo Exec Departs
All Things DIgital
MySpace exec gets the heave-ho
ValleyWag
Mansueto Launches Business Social Networking Site IncBizNet
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