Monday, November 19, 2007

Headlines for 19 November 2007

Trends
Google Readies Wireless Bid
PC World
The Future of Reading: Amazon's Kindle eBook Reader Debuts in Time for Christmas Shopping
Newsweek
Yahoo Could Close Poorly-Performing European Properties; Third Party Search Partnerships Coming?
paidContent.org
VideoEgg Hatches Ad Platform for Publishers
Beet.tv
It's official: I'm sick of Facebook
Connecticut Bob
Yahoo Launches Open Source Program for Distributed Computing
ResearchBuzz
Google makes moves to protect organic relevancy
Scobelizer
Music boss: we were wrong to go to war with consumers
PC Pro/Macuser
Yahoo Adds 17 Newspapers To Online Publishing Group
WSJ Online*
Companionship is good:Thomson's new WebPlus web search engine
Really Simple Sidi
Free WSJ.com: Behind the math
Reuters MediaFile
In Korea, a Boot Camp Cure for Web Obsession
The New York Times*

Best Practices
Leveraging the Power of Blogs in an Overcrowded Market
ProBlogger
Beware Dr. Google
San Francisco Chronicle
Internet users spend 47% time visiting Content
Virtual Cocoon
Banned User Abused Factiva
The Harvard Crimson

Cool Tools
Facebook Sponsored Pages Add Feeds: NY Times Gets it First
Mashable
A breakthrough in database translation
PR Leap
OpenSocket Facebook app released in beta enables OpenSocial to run on Facebook
OpenSocket

Deals, Partnerships and Sales
Voxant, the New Media Network, Adds illumistream health to Growing Catalog of Fully Licensed Health
PR-USA
Edmunds.com Hops Into the Driver's Seat with Digital Element
BusinessWire via PR Inside
Springer And Portico Join Forces In Electronic Archiving For Scholars, Researchers And Students
Medical News Today
SirsiDynix Partners with Brainware, Inc.
Library Journal

Products, Markets & People
Alacra Launches Alacra Content Marketplace
PR Web
Ascend Media shutters three medical titles
BtoB Online
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