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The World Association of Newspapers is lobbying against Google News, a non revenue-producing search engine that sends tons of traffic their way.
The telephone interviewer, on her 799th phone call, grew tired of the reverberated “Duh!” that came hurtling past her eardrums. A final survey respondent answered in kind to the question, “would you rather pay $1.99 to watch a video or get it for free with commercials?Uh huh. Uh huh. I see.” And that was the end of the poll.
Online newspapers are no longer exempt from winning the most prestigious writing award in America. The Pulitzer Prize Board announced last week that newspapers may submit online material as well as print content in all 14 journalism categories, starting in 2006.
Chris Tolles, VP Sales and Marketing for Topix.net, spoke extensively about the Internet’s largest news site and its views on keeping informed in an age where instantaneous global communication has changed how people want to be informed.
Part 2 of Mike McDonald’s interview continues below; Part 1 can be found here.
I just left the “Meet The News Search Engines” session at SES Chicago. The speakers were Chris Tolles of Topix.net and Nathan Stoll of Google. Later, we will be hearing more about news search from WebProNews Editor Mike McDonald who interviewed Chris following after the session. There are lots of interesting plans for news search coming from Topix.
Enterprise security solutions provider SSH Communications Security has released a white paper called “Replacing FTP and Telnet in Cross-Platform Networks“.
It is very important for enterprises to have relevant information about the processes of customers as well as business processes.