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1:10 PM ET, February 26, 2007

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New York Times:
Google in Content Deal With Media Companies  —  Google built an empire delivering advertisements across the Internet, and now it plans to distribute content from media companies just as aggressively.  —  Google is working with Dow Jones & Company, Condé Nast, Sony BMG Music Entertainment …
Jenstar / JenSense:
Google to begin sharing URLs where AdWords advertiser's ads are being run  —  The New York Times ran an article about Quigo, a contextual advertising company that targets premium sized publishers.  In the story, comments from both Yahoo & Google were included.
Cynthia Brumfield / IP Democracy:   Google Brings Ad Expertise to Video Clips
Frank Watson / Search Engine Watch Blog:   NY Times: Google Content Will Report Publishers, Allow Separate Bidding
Rafat Ali / PaidContent:   Google Extends Video AdSense Service; Adds WSJ, Conde Nast
Google Blogoscoped:
Google Video Plusbox
Discussion: Googling Google
Microsoft:
Microsoft Demonstrates Further Commitment to Healthcare Market With Planned Acquisition of Web Search Company  —  Medstory's intuitive technology designed to improve access to health information and empower consumers to make better-informed health decisions.
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Alan Saracevic / The Technology Chronicles:
Microsoft buys Medstory
comScore:
comScore Data Show Yahoo!'s New Ranking Model Has Had Initial Positive Impact on Sponsored Search Click-Through Rates  —  comScore Networks, a leader in measuring the digital age, today released the results of a study analyzing the changes in Yahoo!'s click-through rates for sponsored search ads since …
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Kevin Newcomb / Search Engine Watch Blog:
comScore Defines Panama Effects
Loren Baker / Search Engine Journal:
Yahoo Benefits from new Panama Advertising System
Discussion: Reuters
Ken Fisher / Ars Technica:
EMI to Apple, Microsoft: Ditching DRM is going to cost you  —  Earlier this month it was widely reported that EMI was indeed ready to cast DRM into the dark abyss and earn the company the honorable status of being the first major music label to realize that DRM alienates honest customers.
Discussion: Neowin.net and Slashdot
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Bloomberg:
EMI, online music sellers said to put talks on hold
Discussion: MacUser and WebProNews
Bob Tedeschi / New York Times:
New Hot Properties: YouTube Celebrities  —  No one would mistake the Ask a Jew guy for Lonelygirl15, but these days YouTube contributor Shmuel Tennenhaus is feeling like a hot commodity.  —  Mr. Tennenhaus, an aspiring comedy writer who gained a modest following on YouTube for his droll question …
Discussion: Cost Per News, Reel Pop and A VC
Tony Walsh / Clickable Culture:
Big Boom in Metaverse Development  —  [Clickable Culture's RSS 2.0 feed is intended for your personal, non-commercial use.]  —  Third-party metaverse development firm The Electric Sheep Company, which creates content and services for virtual worlds such as Second Life and There has scored $7M USD …
Steve Rubel / Micro Persuasion:
Turn Gmail Into Your Personal Nerve Center  —  I was lucky enough to get in on the Gmail beta when it launched and I haven't looked back since.  Even though I've had an account for almost three years and I get over 100 emails a day, I have chewed up only 18% of the generous 2.8 gigabytes of storage.
Wall Street Journal:
Tech Giants to Unveil Power-Usage Plan  —  AMD, IBM, Rivals  —  To Focus on Efficiency  —  Of Servers, Data Centers  —  The rising cost of energy to operate computer rooms is forcing high-tech competitors to work together — and maybe even agree on ways to measure the problem.
Discussion: Engadget and Data Center Knowledge
Ed Bott / Ed Bott's Microsoft Report:
Problems arise with Vista's validation  —  Last year, when Microsoft announced a new anti-piracy infrastructure for Windows Vista, I was skeptical.  Here's what I wrote at the time: … And now, only weeks after the retail launch of Windows Vista, early Vista adopters are experiencing a wave of validation and activation problems.
Discussion: raving lunacy
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Long Zheng / istartedsomething:
Hamad releases high-resolution Vista wallpapers
Discussion: Windows-Now.com
Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
IRS goes after eBay, wants info on seller earnings  —  The IRS wants its money.  That's why it has helpfully assembled a list of the most common excuses people use (PDF) for not paying their taxes.  In case you weren't aware of it, a claim that "the 16th Amendment is invalid because it contradicts …
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Quintura Visual Search Engine Relaunches  —  At around 8 AM PST this morning, Moscow-based search engine Quintura will relaunch its visual search engine with a new user interface (if it looks like the screen shot below, it's launched).  —  The company, which is backed by Mangrove Capital Partners …
Jeannie Choe / Engadget:
Linux users tell Ballmer to put his code where his mouth is  —  We're pumped for a real showdown in the upcoming months, since the Linux community has just launched Show Us the Code, a website / movement humoring Steve Ballmer's repeated claims of burgled Microsoft IP within the open source OS …
Dare Obasanjo aka Carnage4Life:
Entropy in Tagging Systems, Google's Office Killer and Conference Diversity  —  I'm almost caught up on my blog reading since getting back from vacation and I've spotted a couple of items I'd have blogged responses to if I was around.  Since I don't have the time to write full blog posts …
UPI:
Alaska police crimp wireless surfer  —  Free wireless Internet service at a public library in Palmer, Alaska, doesn't mean its available for use after hours.  —  A Palmer man has been waiting to see if he'll be charged with criminal wrongdoing after a patrolling police officer seized …
 
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