Anil Dash / Six Apart:
The New York Times Redesigns, Influenced by Blogs — Today, the New York Times launched its site redesign, announced by a prominent editor's note on the homepage. There's a few lessons for bloggers to learn from the redesign, as well as some evidence that the Times itself has been learning from bloggers.
Discussion: michael parekh on IT, TeleRead, inside analytics, Bloggers Blog, Guardian Unlimited, ben barren and Subtraction 7.0
David Rothman / TeleRead: Bloggifying the NYT-and e-books
EricB / inside analytics: NYTimes Site Update
Jack Schofield / Guardian Unlimited: New York Times redesign
Redbarren / ben barren: NYT Pimp Daddy HDTV of Widescreen Design
New York Times:
A Letter to Our Readers — To Our Readers: — Our goal when we set out to redesign The Times Web site more than a year ago was to make experiencing The New York Times online simpler and more useful. We hope you conclude that we have done that on the new pages appearing for the first time this month.
Heather Green / Blogspotting: NYTimes Describes Next Steps in its Redesign
Tom Graham / Neowin.net: NY Times Does Redesign
Jeremiah Owyang / Web Strategy by Jeremiah: NY times goes 'Purple', What is 'Purple' you ask?
Ryan Stewart / Digital Backcountry: New York Times using Flash Video
Redbarren / ben barren: NYT MyTimes - Grand Pimp Daddy of MySpace ?
Cory Bergman / Lost Remote TV Blog: NYTimes.com launches major redesign
Rich Ziade / BASEMENT.ORG: NY Times Redesigns
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
New York Times Redesign
New York Times Redesign
Alan Saracevic / The Technology Chronicles: The Morning Edition — Monday morning. Rain forecasted for the forseeable future.
Black Rim Glasses / blackrimglasses.com: The New York Times - Breaking News, World News & Multimedia
Scobleizer / Microsoft Geek Blogger: Anil analyses New York Times redesign
Bob Tedeschi / New York Times:
Every Click You Make, They'll Be Watching You — WOULD you trust a company enough to let it follow your every click online? — Claria, a company once vilified for raining pop-up advertisements across the Internet through its Gator software, is betting its business that the answer is yes.
Discussion: Blackfriars' Marketing and Message
Matt Marshall / SiliconBeat:
Claria abandons adware — really! — and raises $40 to push PersonalWeb — Claria, that Redwood City company that we and others criticized for its adware software that tracks your surfing patterns, has repented and decided to do something completely different.
Discussion: Techdirt, andrewteman.org, chew shop, Texas Venture Capital …, Geeking with Greg and SearchViews
Brad Robertson / chew shop: Personalweb gives the consumer control
Alexander Muse / Texas Venture Capital Web 2.0 Blog: Weblogs work for Claria!
Greg Linden / Geeking with Greg: Claria and PersonalWeb
Saul Hansell / New York Times:
At Last, Movies to Keep Arrive on the Internet — Six major studios plan to begin selling movies over the Internet today that buyers can download and keep for watching at any time. — Until now, the only downloads the studios have offered have been online rentals, which can be watched …
Discussion: Newsome.Org, The Technology Liberation …, IP Democracy, Techdirt, paidContent.org, GigaOM, unmediated and Hacking NetFlix
Cynthia Brumfield / IP Democracy: Download to Burn Movies Hit the Internet
Om Malik / GigaOM: Download, Burn, Almost Play (That) DVD
Ronald Grover / Business Week:
The Word in Hollywood, "Download" — Fearful of the same digital piracy that humbled the music industry, two online vendors are poised to start offering recently released flicks via the Web — It's the Steve Jobs effect. Hollywood studios, facing intense pressure from the Apple Computer CEO …
Discussion: Things That
Alec / Alec Saunders .LOG:
iotum and Asterisk — Asterisk is a huge phenomenon. I had no idea how big, actually, until about six weeks ago, when Stephan Monette, the owner of Unlimitel and an iotum business partner, told me that we should think about targeting Asterisk users with iotum.
Discussion: O'Reilly Emerging Telephony
Bruce Stewart / O'Reilly Emerging Telephony: iotum Announces Asterisk Integration
Ted Wallingford / The VoIP Weblog:
What does it mean to communicate relevantly?
What does it mean to communicate relevantly?
Discussion: Realtime-VoIP and VoIP & Gadgets Blog
Katharine Q. Seelye / New York Times:
As Magazine Readers Increasingly Turn to the Web, So Does Condé Nast — Getting married and wondering how you would look in a mermaid-style sheath? Brides.com, a new Web site, takes you to a virtual fitting room, lets you pick from one of four body types and examine how each would look in six different styles of gowns.
Discussion: The Internet Stock Blog, Gawker, paidContent.org and Blogspotting
Stephen Baker / Blogspotting: Should BW Online match Epicurious.com?
Michel Marriott / New York Times:
Mitsubishi Harnesses Colored Lasers to Produce New-Generation Lightweight HDTV — As if shopping for new flat-panel, high-definition television is not hard enough, Mitsubishi is scheduled to announce this week that it has developed commercial television that uses colored lasers to display bright …
Mark Kersey / 1080eye: Mitsubishi to Unveil Laser-Powered DLP
John Battelle / John Battelle's Searchblog:
AND THE SEARCH GOES ON...A YEAR OF COVERAGE IN ONE POST — Well, chalk one up for wishful thinking. Back in December I did my annual predictions post, and in it I wrote: … Well, I'm still not writing another book (though I will admit, I miss the process of writing terribly) …
Discussion: Search Engine Lowdown, SearchViews and Colin's Corner
Garrett French / Search Engine Lowdown: Grok On: The Past Year in Search
Erin Bradley / SearchViews: Monday Link Round-Up
Tuan Nguyen / dailytech.com:
Apple Addresses MacBook Pro Issues … Users feel the pain of being early adopters, thankfully Apple gives hope — Apple has been doing quite well lately, especially when it comes to drumming up support for new products. It's MacBook Pro is no exception to the rule — but rightly so.
Discussion: Incremental Blogger, Engadget and PalmAddicts
Loren / Incremental Blogger: MacBook Pro issues
Marc Perton / Engadget: Apple quietly fixing MacBookPro bugs
Ouriel Ohayon / TechCrunch:
Will Wikio challenge Google News and Technorati? — Wikio, a Switzerland based company, was released in private Beta yesterday night (in French). It is one of the most ambitious web launches born in Europe this year. Pierre Chappaz originated this idea after the successful adventure …
Discussion: Jeff Clavier's Software Only, Between the Lines and Bubblegeneration Strategy Lab
Jeff Clavier / Jeff Clavier's Software Only: Wikio opens its door to 5,000 beta users
Dan Farber / Between the Lines: Harnessing the content flow
Nokia Smartphones Delayed — Software bugs postpone the release of six advanced mobile phones from Finnish giant. — Nokia said Monday that software problems had delayed the release of six models of its latest smartphones. — The company plans to begin shipping its N91 music phone this week …
Discussion: Engadget Mobile and MobileTracker
Dr. Neil / Dr. Neil's Adventures:
Playing with a UMPC — This weekend I have been playing with a UMPC ;) — It is a pre-production unit that was lent to me for the weekend. It takes a bit of getting accustomed to a touch screen. I am used to the screen only reacting to my stylus. After an hour with the UMPC I went …
Discussion: Incremental Blogger, Darryl on Mobility and Craig Pringle
Brian / Spam Kings Blog:
Verizon pays for spam blockade — A settlement has been proposed in the class action lawsuit over Verizon's aggressive spam blocking. Under the deal, affected Verizon Internet Services customers may receive up to $49 if they failed to receive "legitimate email" between October 2004 and May 2005 from Asia or Europe.