Thursday, November 22, 2007

Headlines for 22 November 2007

Trends
Google U.S. Web search share jumps to 58.5 pct
Reuters
Kindle sells out in on Amazon in 5.5 hours
Engadget
Google and Other People's Content
BusinessWeek
Making Social Connections and Selling Cookies
The New York Times
Feedster Quietly Slips into the Dead Pool... So Which Blog Search Engine Do You Use?
Read/Write Web
Amazon’s Kindle ebook not so kind to reading rights
P2P Foundation
AOL launches mobile assault
Mad.co.uk
Yahoo deal lets users upload, edit music; Catching up with Google is impetus for new video deal
Chronicle via Content Agenda
Facebook Stealing Google Employees At An Alarming Rate
TechCrunch
Facebook: We’re More Annoying than MySpace
Mashable
IPhone Must Be Offered Without Contract Restrictions, German Court Rules
The New York Times

Best Practices
Seth Godin's Meatball Sundae: How the Internet Changes Marketing
Web Pro News
Are You Sabotaging Your Social Stories?
Blogging Experiment
Wikis While You Work: Using Wikis in the enterprise requires a careful balance of freedom and control
eWeek
The Rise Of Hyperlocal Information
Read/Write Web

Cool Tools
Upload a Batch of Images to Flickr.com from the Desktop
Digital Inspiration
NBC Direct Sucked…Your PC Resources
NewTeeVee
SeeToo: Broadcast yourself. To one other person.
Download Squad
Google Maps goes wiki-style
Monsters & Critics

Deals, Partnerships and Sales
SAGE and Hindawi announce landmark open access agreement
First Science
British Library Selects Apex CoVantage as Digitization Partner in Expanding the Repository of UK Pub
PR USA
Lionbridge Launches CMS Alliance Program With Top Tier Content Management Partners
PR Newswire via CNN Money
blinkx Partners With Kiplinger.com to Bring Trusted Personal Finance Advice to Users Worldwide
IT News
Acxiom acquires MKTG Services
BtoB Online
Macrovision Buys Rights to Blu-ray Disc DRM Scheme
Daily Tech
The New York Public Library and Kaltura Team to Enhance Online Collaborative Rich Media
Marketwire
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