Thursday, November 29, 2007

Headlines for 29 November 2007

Trends
Adobe, Yahoo test running ads inside PDF documents
Reuters
Is CondéNet's Web Approach Paying Off?
WSJ Online*
The CNN/YouTube Republican Debate
Google Blog
TechPresident, 10Questions Put Spotlight on ‘Voter-Generated Content’
MediaShift
Another Googler gone: Is Google's brain being drained?
ValleyWag
Google Experimenting With Digg Style Voting On Search Results
TechCrunch via OriginalSignal
The future of media
Silicon Republic
Apple faces challenges with iPhone in Europe
CNET News
Pluck hooking up media outlets with social networks
The Globe and Mail
Dow Jones May Sell Community Newspapers
AP via Motley Fool
EU pushes for open access research
The Scientist
Is Google Headed in the Wrong Direction?
eWeek
NY Times Announces Layoffs, Hiring Freeze
New York Observer
Wall St Journal's New Glossy to Go Global
AdAge
Once a Mainstay of Magazines, Cigarette Makers Are Dropping Print Ads
The New York Times

Best Practices
Business Lessons from Kiva
Read/Write Web
Social Media Releases & Meatball Sundaes
Web Pro News
The Launch Dilemma: Print or Digital First?
FOLIO: Magazine
Google to Enter Renewable Energy Business
InformationWeek
Study: More Than 60% Don't Trust Campaign Coverage
Editor & Publisher

Cool Tools
Cellfish Provides Mobile Media Conversion With AddToPhone
TechCrunch
Yahoo! concocts a spicier new version of Widgets and Konfabulator
Download Squad
Plaxo adds Windows Mobile calendar and contacts sync
Plaxo
Microsoft Challenges the iPod (Again)
The New York Times
AT&T CEO outs 3G iPhone: "You'll have it next year"
Engadget

Deals, Partnerships and Sales
MuseGlobal's Integration and Mark Logic Work Together as Ultimate Content Management System
eMediaWire
Hearst-Argyle Television and Google Strike AdWords Reseller Agreement
PR Newswire via CNN Money
InsideView Buys TrueAdvantage
Private Equity Hub
Dell To Sell Google Enterprise Search Products
CNN Money

Products, Markets & People
Forbes Launches Online Advertising Network
FOLIO: Magazine
Variety Publisher Koonves to Step Down
Variety
IBM Updates Free Enterprise Search Tool
PC World
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