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6:15 PM ET, March 2, 2007

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Tim Weber / BBC:
BBC strikes Google-YouTube deal  —  The BBC has struck a content deal with YouTube, the web's most popular video sharing website, owned by Google.  —  Three YouTube channels - one for news and two for entertainment - will showcase short clips of BBC content.
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Miguel Helft / New York Times:
Google Courts Small YouTube Deals  —  Google has been frustrated in its efforts to reach comprehensive deals with major studios and networks to put their video on YouTube.  Meanwhile, it is forming partnerships with hundreds of smaller media companies that see value — or at least a valuable experiment — in contributing to the site.
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Good News, Bad News at GooTube  —  Lots of news today around YouTube's efforts to get big content providers under agreement to provide their stuff to YouTube.  —  First, the good news.  The BBC has agreed to allow some of their content onto YouTube in exchange for a share of advertising revenue.
Marshall Kirkpatrick / splashcastmedia.com:
The BBC Decides to YouTube  —  The BBC announced today that it has singed a deal with Google in regards to BBC video on YouTube.  The agreement raises interesting strategic questions as it represents an important alternative approach to the high profile requests to remove content by other publishers.
BBC Press Office:
YouTube content to include two BBC-branded entertainment channels …
Discussion: Webware.com and StartupSquad.com
Ben / Ben Metcalfe Blog:   My reactions to the BBC deal with Google/YouTube
Rafat Ali / PaidContent:
BBC In Clips Deal With YouTube; Ad Rev Share; UK Blackout On News Clips
Discussion: Telegraph, Guardian and Beet.TV
Richard Wray / Guardian:
Reuters to start financial MySpace  —  Reuters is planning to launch its own version of MySpace this year - though its community website will not be aimed at teenagers.  Instead, fund managers, traders and analysts are being targeted.  —  Reuters hopes to draw from the 70,000 subscribers …
Robert Niles / Online Journalism Review:
Are blogs a 'parasitic' medium?  —  Could the blogosphere survive without the reporting provided by newspapers and TV networks?  Online pros tackle the question.  —  Over the past months, I've heard several journalists make the same comment at various industry forums: That blogs are a …
Jeremy Luebke / Andy Beal's Marketing Pilgrim:
Google Listing Duplicate URLs in Site Search  —  There have been some funky things going on with the site: command at Google lately.  Last month the "Results 1 - 1 of about 260 from domain.com" started popping up for many sites across the web.  Some speculated this was due …
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Ted Leung / Ted Leung on the Air:
Adobe wants to be the Microsoft of the Web  —  I suppose this will be the one "technical" post about the whole Adobe Engage thing.  —  Background  —  For several years, I worked on Chandler, a cross platform desktop app which uses the open source wxWidgets toolkit to hide platform differences from an application.
Molly Graham / Official Google Blog:
I'm feeling lazy...  A few nice updates to the Personalized Homepage this week for those who are feeling too lazy to customize it.  If for instance you're feeling lazy about browsing for new content to add to your homepage, there's a new feature that will give you item-to-item recommendations.
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Ionut Alex. Chitu / Google Operating System:
Personalized Homepage Adds Community Features
Gord Hotchkiss / Search Engine Land:
Google's Matt Cutts on Personalization and the Future of SEO  —  Last week I talked with Google's Marissa Mayer about the user side of personalization.  This week I had the chance to sit down with Matt Cutts at the Googleplex and asked him what the impact of personalization will be on the SEO community.
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Gord Hotchkiss / Out of My Gord:
Matt Cutts Interview on Personalization and the Future of SEO
Jennifer Saranow / Wall Street Journal:
The Minutes of Our Lives  —  Small, Private Moments  —  Get Live Blog Treatment;  —  Notes from a Funeral  —  If you hate newsy holiday letters, brace yourself for the live blog.  —  People are increasingly documenting the most mundane and private aspects of their lives and posting them the instant they happen.
Chris Barylick / O'Grady's PowerPage:
VMWare Releases Beta 2 of Fusion  —  On Friday, hot on the heels of Parallels' 2.5 update of Desktop for Mac, VMWare released a second beta of its Fusion virtualization program for the Macintosh.  —  The new beta incorporates the following changes:  —Experimental 3-D graphics support …
Eric Bangeman / Ars Technica:
Blockbuster close to acquiring Movielink?  —  Blockbuster is once again eyeing Movielink, with the Wall Street Journal reporting that the two companies are in advanced discussions over an acquisition.  The asking price is supposedly less than $50 million—doable for Blockbuster—and would likely be structured as a cash and stock deal.
Google Blogoscoped:
Google Censorship FAQ  —  Does Google censor search results?  —  Yes, they sometimes do, in different countries, like Germany, France or China.  Sometimes, specific content is censored globally (including US results, e.g. in the case of certain censored newsgroup messages).  —  Do other search engines censor too?
Declan McCullagh / CNET News.com:
Justice Department takes aim at image-sharing sites  —  The Bush administration has accelerated its Internet surveillance push by proposing that Web sites must keep records of who uploads photographs or videos in case police determine the content is illegal and choose to investigate, CNET News.com has learned.
Sonia Zjawinski / Wired News:
The Onion Goes Viral With Video  —  Before The Daily Show With Jon Stewart and The Colbert Report, there was The Onion.  So why hasn't the satirical weekly taken a swipe at broadcast journalism yet?  —  "We've been waiting for technology to catch up with our frighteningly advanced vision …
Discussion: NewTeeVee, ClickZ News Blog and Ypulse
Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
Berners-Lee tells Congress why the Web succeeded: open standards  —  "The web is like a white sheet that we're holding up," Sir Timothy Berners-Lee told a Congressional subcommittee this morning.  "And all these different systems are projecting onto it."  That universality …
Discussion: digg
Charles / Channel 9:
Making Windows Vista Sing: Robert Fripp and the Vista Melody  —  On May 4th, 2006, Steve Ball invited Robert Fripp back to the Microsoft campus for a second full day of work on Windows Vista following up on his first visit in the Fall of 2005.  This time we get an even deeper glimpse …
Discussion: Scobleizer
 
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