Monday, February 11, 2008

Headlines for 11 February 2008

Reuters Wants The World To Be Tagged
Read/Write Web
Yahoo rejects Microsoft's $44.6B bid
AFX via Forbes
Yang's secret plan for a Yahoo comeback
Microsoft Responds to Yahoo! Announcement
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance
U.S. Internet Advertising Grew by 27% to $25.5 billion in 2007
The Coming Ad Revolution: Esther Dyson
WSJ Online*
Starbucks to offer limited free Wi-Fi
Seattle PI
How Sticky Is Membership on Facebook? Just Try Breaking Free
The New York Times
Magazines Take a Hit at the Newsstand
FOLIO: Magazine
Let's (Not) Make a Deal With YouTube
Ad Agencies See a Window to Alter the Business of Television
The New York Times

Best Practices
User-led Innovation: A New Framework for Co-creating Business and Social Value
Smart Mobs

Cool Tools
Android Hands-On Video: It's Fast, It's Still Not There
Hurox: One social networking site that does everything
Download Squad

Deals, Partnerships and Sales
Microsoft Agrees to Acquire Danger Inc., Strengthens Mobile Consumer Vision
VentureBeat raises $320,000 seed round, traffic growing

Products, Markets & People
Google Launches Online Apps for Enterprise
International Business Times
VisualCV Thinks It’s Time to Update That Resume
Mark Logic Announces New Quick Start Package for Vertical
Content Delivery

MarketWire branches out: CNET business information site bulks up its content offerings
BtoB Online
Clickability Launches On Demand Web Content Management Platform and New Product Editions
PR Newswire
LexisNexis Introduces Prospect Portfolio to Identify New Prospects, Shorten Research Time for Sales
Tribune Interactive chief Tim Landon replaced
Chicago Tribune
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