Around the Net In Online Marketing Issues for October 2008

Around the Net In Online Marketing - Friday, Oct. 31, 2008
ComScore Offers Extended Web Measurement
The (Big) Business Of Avatars
Online Retail Traffic Down. Again.
Top 10 Gadgets You Won't Be Buying This Christmas
Sony Prepared To Make Crackle 'Pop'
Electronic Arts Preps Cutbacks, Layoffs
Gallery: Wired.com's Fave Geek Costumes
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Thursday, Oct. 30, 2008
Yahoo, AOL Continue Courtship Rituals
Search Engines Work To Improve Video Search
MTV Wins Rights To Beatles For 'Rock Band'
Intel Launches Site To Create First Crowdsourced PC
U.K. Anti-Piracy Effort Targets Unlikely Perps
Obama Utilizes Social Networks To Get The Vote Out
Netflix And TiVo To Partner On Movies
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2008
Wouldn't You Like To Be a PC, Too?
Kazaa Chief Wants To Turn Pirates Into Payers
WPP, Google Team Up To Prove Value Of Search
U.K.'s iTunes Store In H*T Censorship Mess
Bud Can't Stop 'Whassup' Guys From Selling Obama
Bargains In Brand Name Tech
Happy Birthday, Hulu, And Thanks For Not Sucking
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2008
Too Many Ad Networks, Too Little Money
Blogs Influence Purchase Decisions More Than Social Networks
E-Tailers Get Pushy With E-mail Pitches
Without Yahoo, Microsoft Should Leave Ad Biz By 2010
Kooky British Kids Turning To Internet Crime
Microsoft Has Its Head In The 'Cloud'
A Digital Star Is Born, Courtesy Of YouTube Contests
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Monday, Oct. 27, 2008
Smart Publishers, Bad Economy Reduce Ad Clutter Online
Surplus Of Stolen Identities Drives Down Prices
Analyst: Time For U.S. Government To Get Social
Small Brands Teach Big Lessons
The Reason Your IT Guy Doesn't Like You
Google, Others To Release Voluntary Human Rights Guidelines
Brown And Huffington Cross Paths Online
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Friday, Oct. 24, 2008
Social Media Hits Mainstream Status
Dutch Teens Found Guilty Of Stealing Virtual Items
Bill Gates Quietly Starts New Company
Microsoft Earnings Don't Disappoint
Netflix Woes Could Be Offset By New Tricks
Hulu Tops ESPN, CNN Online
NYC Bus Ads Get Targeted
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Thursday, Oct. 23, 2008
U.S. Congress Wants Its IPhones
Many Broadband Users In U.K. Stretching Limits
E3 Returns To Its Roaring Roots For 2009
Robocalls Thrive Thanks To Election Law Loophole
Google Uses Brain Wave Research To Confirm Ad Effectiveness
The Problem With Facebook Friends
Amazon Delivers Bleak Forecast
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2008
Correction: Yahoo Will Cut Workforce To 12,000
Google Approach To Advertising Evident In G1 Push
Microsoft Lets 'U' Personalize Search Results
Trojan Takes Its Act Online
Forecast Is Lowered For Political Spending Online
Court: Teacher Can Be Fired Over Silly MySpace Behavior
Oprah Winfrey Network Hires Digital Chief
How Much Of Apple's Value Is Steve Jobs?
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2008
Yahoo Expected To Make Deep Cuts In Ad Sales
That's Just Cold: ClickZ Unveils 'Layoff Tracker'
Joost Asks For A Second Chance
The Family That Twitters Together, Stays Together
New Time Warner Site Vies For Viral Success
GPhone's App Store Missing Some Big Names
All About The Latest ANA Conference
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Monday, Oct. 20, 2008
The Web 2.0 Quandary: What If There Just Aren't Enough Ads?
Microsoft Wins Patent For Censoring Streaming Audio In Real Time
What? Digital Agency CEOs Worry?
Google CEO -- Not Google -- Stumps For Obama
Twitter Investors Tire Of Your Silly Questions About Money
Moonves Likens Web To Cable TV For CBS
Yahoo Adds Granularity To Local Search