Notes on Techmeme's new sponsorship model — There's a new area on the right side of Techmeme labelled "Techmeme Sponsor Posts". It shows the latest blog posts from three companies who have chosen to sponsor Techmeme for the next 30 days. — This is the first sponsored material of any kind on Techmeme.
Erick Schonfeld / B2Day: Marketing 2.0: The Content is the Ad
GeekyGirl Dawn Foster / Open Culture: New Sponsorship Model for Blogs / Websites
Mathew Ingram / mathewingram.com/work: Techmeme's new ad model — I like it
Amit Agarwal / Digital Inspiration: Advertise on TechMeme: The Popular Tech News Aggregator Opens Door to Sponsors
Jeneane Sessum / ALLIED: Techmeme Goes Meta Taking Ads from Its Own
Stowe Boyd / Message: Techmeme's Sponsorship Model
Pranam Kolari / UMBC eBiquity: Gabe announces Techmeme+=$$'s
Dan Gillmor / Center for Citizen Media: A New Online Advertising Method
Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
A new kind of advertising — Gabe Rivera has created a new kind of advertising for TechMeme, which he explains here and here. — Simply put: He takes feeds of the latest posts from sponsors' blogs and puts that in an ad box on Techmeme. That's their ad.
Discussion: John Tokash's Blog, John Furrier, Business Filter and i-boy
John Tokash / John Tokash's Blog: Techmeme polluting its own results?
Mwelch / Business Filter: A new kind of advertising
George Nimeh / i-boy: Techmeme's RSS ads
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
TechMeme Invents New Kind of Advertisment — TechMeme (formerly tech.memeorandum) is a site that bloggers and others check frequently for news. It is an entirely automated web service that looks at what bloggers are talking about, and linking to, and decides what is news based on that analysis.
Cynthia Brumfield / IP Democracy:
TechMeme Pioneers New Ad Model for Blogs — After well over a year of running TechMeme (and some other impressive, addictive blog/news aggregation sites) with no source of revenue, Gabe Rivera is now accepting advertising. Gabe's ad model befits the nature of TechMeme …
Michael Tanne / Wink Blog: Welcome Techmeme Readers
Phil Sim / Squash: Techmeme takes sponsorship
Chron.Com / TechBlog:
Techmeme using blog posts as ads
Techmeme using blog posts as ads
Miguel Helft / New York Times:
Young Internet Producers, Bankrolled, Are Seeking Act II — Silicon Valley is awash in serial entrepreneurs, those who start a company, run it for a while, and then after success, failure or something in between, move on and start again. — Jay Adelson, 36, and Kevin Rose, 29 …
Discussion: VentureBeat, IP Democracy, paidContent.org, Ideas are Worthless …, B2Day, John Furrier, Screenwerk, Jeffrey McManus and Off On A Tangent
Matt Marshall / VentureBeat: Digg founders launch Revision3, a new video studio
Cynthia Brumfield / IP Democracy: Diggnation: "Controlled" User-Generated Video
Rafat / paidContent.org: Digg Cofounders Launch Video Podcasting Firm Revision3; Get $1 Million Funding
Erick Schonfeld / B2Day: The Digg Boys Go After Video
Greg Sterling / Screenwerk: Party on Kevin, Excellent!
Steve Garfield / Off On A Tangent: The Diggnation TV Network
Google complies with court, posts ruling on Belgian sites — LONDON (MarketWatch) — Google Inc. (GOOG) Saturday posted a court ruling on its Belgian Web site home page, complying with an order to publish a judgment stopping it displaying content from newspapers without asking for permission.
Google posts court ruling on Belgian Web site
Google posts court ruling on Belgian Web site
Discussion: Good Morning Silicon Valley and Slashdot
John Murrell / Good Morning Silicon Valley: Google gives Belgian sites temporary exemption from minimalist design standard
Liz Gannes / GigaOM:
VideoEgg Lays on Ad Network — Startup VideoEgg is launching a video advertising network today. The release reflects a change in strategy for the young company, which started out as a toolmaker but has transitioned to a media delivery network. — VideoEgg isn't a CDN itself (it uses Akamai) …
Discussion: Mashable! and Screenwerk
Pete Cashmore / Mashable!: VideoEgg Launches Ad Network
Greg Sterling / Screenwerk: Next Up for Online Video: User-Edited Content
Ionut Alex. Chitu / Google Operating System:
News Publishers Want Full Control of the Search Results — After a Belgian press organization sued Google for copyright infringement and won, World Association of Newspapers decided to create "an automated system for granting permission on how to use their content", reports Reuters.
Discussion: i-boy, yelvington.com and WebMetricsGuru
George Nimeh / i-boy: EPC creates clueless tag
Yelvington / yelvington.com: Drawing a line against Google News
Marshall Sponder / WebMetricsGuru: News Publishers Want Full Control of the Search Results
Julio Franco / TechSpot:
Vista Build 5728 available to the public — During the weekend Microsoft released a new build of Windows Vista to the public. While initially only available to registered testers, the new post-RC1 build can now be downloaded by the general public for a limited time.
Discussion: GottaBeMobile.com, Alice Hill's Real Tech News, The PC Doctor and Slashdot
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile.com: Bit The Vista Bullet and So Far It Hasn't Bitten Back
Ryan Block / Engadget:
The Engadget Interview: Viodentia, creator of FairUse4WM — Instead of our usual run of interviews with industry luminaries and the like, today we're aiming the camera a different direction. We had a few things to ask the person whom we've identified as Viodentia, the creator of FairUse4WM …
Discussion: Voidstar: blog
Anoop Gantayat / IGN:
TGS 2006: Pricey PS3 Games? — Expensive games could accompany a shift in business plans over at Sony. — Following up on Ken Kutaragi's pre-TGS keynote address, Japanese site Impress Watch has posted the latest in its "Random Tracking" editorial series.
Discussion: Joystiq, Gizmodo, DigitalBattle and digg
Alexander Sliwinski / Joystiq: Japanese PS3 games to cost up to ¥9,800 ($85 USD)
Gibran Nawaz / DigitalBattle: PS3 Games To Cost $75 To $84
Paullenation / digg: PS3 Games To Be $75 - $85 ! — "PS3 games will be concentrated …
Cyrus Farivar / Engadget:
Samsung Q1-SSD reviewed — We've just come across a complete review of Samsung's Q1-SSD UMPC, the first device in its class with a solid state NAND flash drive. Sammy's had some ups and downs with its Q1 devices over the last few months, giving us all the more reason to wonder what Riyad Emeran of TrustedReviews had to say about it.
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile.com: Review of Samsung Q1 SSD
David Kirkpatrick / Fortune:
HP's Hurd not doing enough — Hurd admits approving questionable activities, even as board Chairman Dunn resigns and the HP imbroglio moves into a new phase. Fortune's David Kirkpatrick asks, where is the real transparency? — Palo Alto, Calif. (Fortune) — The HP spying scandal got a little bit more complex on Friday.
Discussion: Good Morning Silicon Valley and Blogging Stocks
John Paczkowski / Good Morning Silicon Valley: Dear PATRICIA DUNN: Thank you for your interest in the DHS.
Melly Alazraki / Blogging Stocks: Before the bell 9-25-06: EBAY, GOOG, MSFT, YHOO
Robert Scoble / Scobleizer:
Google is missing an important marketing angle: video demos — I was just over reading Steve Rubel's blog where he links to a BusinessWeek article about Google and its struggles to improve its business. I guess Google has noticed that most people only use one thing, the search engine …
Discussion: Technology Evangelist, chartreuse, AdJab, John Furrier and GottaBeMobile.com
Chris Thilk / AdJab: Scoble to Google: Make more videos
Rob Bushway / GottaBeMobile.com: GBM and our InkShows are ahead of the curve!
Damon Darlin / New York Times:
At Hewlett-Packard, a Chief Wounded by Divided Attention — Mark V. Hurd sat at the head of the table in the Hewlett-Packard boardroom, the room that had been the source of leaks and the starting point of a misguided and ultimately embarrassing attempt to plug them.
Discussion: robhyndman.com and Blackfriars' Marketing
Carl Howe / Blackfriars' Marketing: Sporadic blogging this week
Marshall Kirkpatrick / TechCrunch:
Pluggd to make podcasts chunkier, searchable — Seattle based podcast discovery and management service Pluggd is unveiling a major new feature at DEMO this weekend that combines speech recognition and semantic analysis to let users search for and skip to parts of an audio file that are related to topics of interest to them.
Discussion: Download Squad, Search Engine Watch Blog, Raw, Podcasting News, Squash and John Furrier
Amber Rhea / Download Squad: Pluggd: Semantic audio search
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Watch Blog: Pluggd Promises Podcast Concept Searching, But We Still Need …
Phil Sim / Squash: OPML for podcasts? — Just a few more thoughts on my earlier post as regards to podcasts.