Saturday, December 15, 2007

Headlines for 15 December 2007

Trends
Google Gets Ready to Rumble With Microsoft
The New York Times
Google Runs Out of Content to Monetize; Wants You to Build More
Marketing Pilgrim
Wikipedia Competitor Being Tested by Google
The New York Times
Prosper Magazine Folds: Owner: Economic model "just wasn't working."
FOLIO: Magazine
User-Generated Content Still a Minority Pursuit
eMarketer
Kindle going for $1,500 on eBay
ValleyWag
Berman: Time to revisit the DMCA
Content Agenda
T-Mobile Turns Off Twitter?
TechCrunch
DOJ Blasts New 'Copyright Czar' Bill
PC Magazine
A Librarian's Worst NightmareYahoo! Answers, where 120 million users can be wrong.
Slate

Best Practices
Analysis: New Media vs. Old Media
Mashable
Starting a New Blog? Start With a Mind Map
ProBlogger
AdSense And Robin Good: The First Italian To Earn His Living From Google - The 7thfloor Interview
Robin Good
Are social networks in business a white elephant or is Gartner's report a red herring?
Corante

Cool Tools
New YouTube Visualization Bubbles Up
NewTeeVee
Google Reader adds Google Talk for sharing
Download Squad
Socialtext Aims To Free The Wiki
InformationWeek
Polymer Vision announces rollable displays are in production
Engadget

Deals, Partnerships and Sales
FT, Reuters expand relationship on FT.com to include video
BtoB Online

Products, Markets & People
Yahoo Launches Dashboard For 2008 Elections
TechCrunch
Microsoft Debuts Standalone Enterprise Search
Redmond Developer
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