Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Headlines for 20 November 2007

Trends
Google Magazine?
TechCrunch
Study: Web Will Slow by 2010, Video a Culprit
USA Today
Part of an Oil Book Relied on Wikipedia
The New York Times
Facebook faces UK data probe
The Register
5 Arguments For the Continued Viability of the Book
PC World
The Google Set-Top Box (Think Android For TV)
TechCrunch
Time Inc. Bolsters Digital Brands
AdWeek
Yes, Google Is Trying To Take Over the World
Slate
OpenSocial Has Been Good To Plaxo
TechCrunch
Criticism of Cdn pro-P2P study was sponsored by recording industry
BoingBoing
Newspaper Advertising Fell 7.4% in Third Quarter
WSJ Online

Best Practices
Online Video Ad Model Mimics TV Sales Approach
MediaWeek
Digital Music Startups: Asking Permission vs. Begging Forgiveness
GigaOM
Losing the Journalistic Security Blanket
MediaShift
Could a Billion TinyURLs Go 404?
Micro Persuasion
Facebook To Drop 'Is' From Status Updates
Read/Write Web

Cool Tools
First Look: Amazon’s Kindle Reader: The Gap Between Description and The Device
paidContent.org
Flux Adds Content Sharing And Embedding
TechCrunch
GPhone Pics! Open-Source 'Bug' Can Run Android
Silicon Valley Insider

Products, Markets & People
Copyright Clearance Center Adds Blogs to its Licensing Programs
Ad-Hoc News
RightNow Focuses on Customer Outreach With Syndication Widget
CRM Buyer
ProQuest Introduces Marketing Toolkit for Academic Libraries
PR Newswire via EarthTimes
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