John Cook / Seattle Post-Intelligencer:
New York Times adds sharing tool — The New York Times unveiled a new service today that allows readers to quickly post stories that they find on the newspaper's Web site to Digg, Facebook and Newsvine. — It marks the first time that the country's third-largest newspaper has added …
Erick Schonfeld / The Next Net: New York Times Learns to Share
Pete Cashmore / Mashable!: Digg, Facebook and Newsvine Buttons on the New York Times
Michael Calore / Monkey Bites: NYT Adds Sharing Icons to News Stories, But Not to Blogs
John Paczkowski / Good Morning Silicon Valley: We're also planning on adding a "Join Gray Lady's MySpace Friends" …
George Scriban / Global Nerdy: The Grey Lady sports some "social news" tattoos
Greg Sterling / Screenwerk: NY Times Adds 'Sharing' for News 2.0 Sites
JD Lasica / New Media Musings: NY Times to add news-sharing tool
Josh / Bokardo: New York Times Goes Social
Natali Del Conte / TechCrunch:
New York Times Surrenders To Social News — The New York Times has decided to let users post stories directly from their site to Digg, Facebook, and Newsvine. As of Monday, the paper will embed links to all three sites to most of their online stories. — The new link will not be embedded …
Scott Karp / Publishing 2.0: New York Times Dominates The Tech Blogosphere
Seamusmccauley / Virtual Economics: New York Times joins the trend confusing value creation with value capture
Peter Edmonston / New York Times:
In Web Traffic Tallies, Intruders Can Say You Visited Them — In late May, more than five million Web users vanished. — The disappearing act came when Nielsen/NetRatings, a leading company in measuring Internet traffic, sharply cut its previously reported statistics for the financial Web …
Discussion: GigaOM, Valleywag, ContentBlogger, John Furrier, HipMojo.com and CenterNetworks
Om Malik / GigaOM: The NY Times & quest for page views
New York Times:
Times Sq. Ads Spread Via Tourists' Cameras — Advertisers have long been drawn to Times Square as a valuable place to reach consumers, paying hundreds of thousands of dollars for space on billboards and blazing video screens. — But recently they have discovered that down on the ground …
Discussion: Naked Conversations, cgm, Rex Hammock's weblog, Global Nerdy, InformationWeek Weblog and CCUCEO
Pete Blackshaw / cgm: Say Cheese: The Times Square "CGM Multiple" or "Echo Effect"
Rex Hammock / Rex Hammock's weblog: Advice to marketers: Never use the term consumer-generated photos
Joey deVilla / Global Nerdy: Times Square Ads and "No Photos" Policies
Mitch Wagner / InformationWeek Weblog: Market Locally, Advertise Globally
Zane Safrit / CCUCEO: Citizen Marketing: NY Times-style
Andy Beal / Andy Beal's Marketing Pilgrim:
Exclusive: Google's Click Fraud Rate is Less than 2% — Back in November, Google's business product manager for trust and safety, Shuman Ghosemajumder, declared that click fraud at Google was "on average is in the single digits, quarter over quarter." I recently sat down with Ghosemajumder …
Discussion: Google Blogoscoped, Search Engine Journal and digg
Loren Baker / Search Engine Journal: Google Says Click Fraud Less than 2%
Webtickle / digg: Report: Google's Click Fraud Rate is Less than 2%
Maria Aspan / New York Times:
YouTube Adds a Layer of Filtering to Be a Little Nicer — When the video-sharing site YouTube.com was sold to Google, many of its users worried that corporate ownership would restrict the content of its videos. But now one of YouTube's corporate partners is changing the ways that users comment on those videos instead.
Discussion: Techdirt, Mashable!, Reel Pop, PaidContent, IP Democracy, Lost Remote and NewTeeVee
Pete Cashmore / Mashable!: YouTube and CBS Censoring Comments
Hollywoodreporter / Reel Pop: YouTube censors comments to benefit CBS
Staci D. Kramer / PaidContent: YouTube Allows CBS, Others To Edit, Place Comments
Cynthia Brumfield / IP Democracy: CBS Moves YouTube Comments to Separate Page
Cory Bergman / Lost Remote: CBS vetting its comments on YouTube
Paul Kapustka / NewTeeVee: YouTube, CBS Censoring Comments
Jeff Leeds / New York Times:
Squeezing Money From the Music — "Konvicted," a new CD from Akon, promised to be one of the year's big sellers when it appeared in record stores last month. Buoyed by two of the hottest singles in the country, Akon, a silky-voiced R&B singer, even had the most-viewed page among major label acts on MySpace.com.
Discussion: Techdirt, The Digital Music Weblog, Fine On Media and digg
Grant Robertson / The Digital Music Weblog: Labels find profits among flagging sales, but how?
Parisle / digg: Squeezing Money From the Music
Scan and search a five-day-long "River" of headlines — Today I'm introducing, for each site, a page offering an extended reverse-chronological listing of posts that attain headline status. Techmeme River, memeorandum River, WeSmirch River, and Ballbug River each include about five days of headlines.
Discussion: Digital Inspiration, JD on EP, Quick Online Tips, Rex Hammock's weblog, Scripting News and Bloggers Blog
Amit Agarwal / Digital Inspiration: Techmeme River of News is Like Digg Spy But With Credible Sources Only
Rex Hammock / Rex Hammock's weblog: Cruising along Rivera's River
Dave Winer / Scripting News: Rivera does rivers
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch: TechMeme Opens Archives
Ina Fried / CNET News.com:
Desperately seeking Zune — reporter's notebook SAN FRANCISCO—Welcome to the social. — That's the promise Microsoft makes with its new Zune. Unlike the solitary iPods, the digital music player lets you make new friends and discover new music. Using its built-in Wi-Fi …
Discussion: Blogging Stocks, TechEffect, Webware.com and Wi-Fi Networking News
Ina Fried / Webware.com: LOOKING FOR ZUNE IN ALL THE WRONG PLACES
Glenn Fleishman / Wi-Fi Networking News: Zuned Out: Where's the Social?
Jason Clarke / Download Squad:
Why digg is destined for failure — If you've ever had the good fortune of having one of your websites or blog posts dugg to the point of showing up on digg's homepage, you've enjoyed a huge traffic boost to your site. This is wonderful for web publishers, and I'm not going to lie …
Discussion: Mathew Ingram, UNEASYsilence and The RSS Blog
Randy Charles Morin / The RSS Blog: Digg is destined for failure
Kasper Jade / AppleInsider:
Public beta of Adobe Creative Suite 3 may boost Mac sales — Exclusive: Sales of Apple Computer's professional Mac line could receive a shot in the arm later this month if Adobe Systems proceeds with plans to release an early public beta of its Creative Suite 3.0 software bundle.
Discussion: Infinite Loop
Charles Jade / Infinite Loop: Adobe to release public beta of Creative Suite?
John Gruber / Daring Fireball:
Microsoft Rips Off Apple's Workgroup Manager Icon?
Microsoft Rips Off Apple's Workgroup Manager Icon?
Discussion: The Apple Blog and UNEASYsilence
Alex Mindlin / New York Times:
Sales of iPods and iTunes Not Much in Sync — Apple's ubiquitous iPod and its iTunes music store were intended to be a kind of perpetual motion machine, with iPods helping to sell iTunes and iTunes helping to sell iPods. — Although both are successful, the relationship may not have worked out exactly as expected.
Discussion: Rough Type, Epeus' epigone, michael parekh on IT, The Unofficial Apple Weblog, TeleRead, Ring Nokia, VoIP & Gadgets Blog and Furdlog
Michael / michael parekh on IT: ON LINKING iPODs AND iTUNES
Erica Sadun / The Unofficial Apple Weblog: NYTimes: 22 Songs Per iPod
David Rothman / TeleRead: iPod/iTune stats: Bad news for Sony's e-book biz model?
Stefan Constantinescu / Ring Nokia: NY Times does the research: proves my theory that Nokia Music …
Mike Rogoway / Oregonian:
Early (non)users of free Wi-Fi pay the price: frustration — Portland network - In some areas it works extremely well, but MetroFi clearly says an amplifier is needed indoors — Free. What's not to like about that? — A lot, it turns out, for some Portlanders.
Discussion: Wi-Fi Networking News and dailywireless.org
Glenn Fleishman / Wi-Fi Networking News: Road Reports on Portland's MetroFi Network
Nick Gonzalez / TechCrunch:
Talkster Launches Presence-Based Service For The Enterprise — Tonight, Talkster launched a beta of a new presence-based communication platform in the VoIP market, with a focus on the enterprise and aim to connect callers by alias regardless of their device.
Discussion: TheVOIPGirl.com, VoIP & Gadgets Blog, Alec Saunders .LOG and Thoughts on VoIP, technology
WIKIA UNVEILS OPENSERVING - THE MOTHER OF ALL FREEBIES — New Web Business Model: Get Rich Using Wikia's Services for Free! — Wikia, Inc., the leading provider of community resources for building free content on every topic, today announced OpenServing (http://www.OpenServing.com) …
Discussion: Mashable!, TechCrunch, PaidContent, InformationWeek Weblog, Between the Lines and New Media Musings
Pete Cashmore / Mashable!: Wikia Launches OpenServing Blog Platform
Natali Del Conte / TechCrunch: Wikia Announces Free Wiki Hosting
Staci D. Kramer / PaidContent: More On Wikia's Plans: Users Can Get 100 Percent Ad Revenue
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines: Jimmy Wales finds Web 2.0's price point: Free
Richard MacManus / Read/WriteWeb:
Understanding Mobile 2.0 — Written by Rudy De Waele of m-trends.org and edited by Richard MacManus. This kicks off a mini-series of posts on the topic of Mobile 2.0, which we will explore on R/WW this week. — On the eve of Le Web 3 in Paris - and one month after the Web 2.0 Summit concluded …
Discussion: dailywireless.org and m-trends.org
Rudy De Waele / m-trends.org: Mobile 2.0 at Read/WriteWeb — Kudos to Richard MacManus …