Stories for May. 28, 2003

Apple Computer has limited a music-sharing feature from the latest version of iTunes after some Mac owners used it to swap songs over the In… Read more »

RealNetworks on Wednesday will cease selling the music-subscription service MusicNet in favor of one from’s Rhapsody, which also… Read more »

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Stories for May. 27, 2003

(registration required) This is where is best: developing long, feature length stories and reports. This one is on the digital musi… Read more »

A small detail in Safa Rashtchy’s latest Silk Road Weekly newsletter caught my eye: “faster-than-anticipated growth in subscription revenues… Read more »

A software perspective, but since this is Dave Winer, you gotta listen up. Also read part 2. Read more »

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Audible, the downloadable audio service, has tied up with Ricardo Samuel Goldstein, a leading Brazilian Internet entrepreneur, to launch Aud… Read more »

Stories for May. 26, 2003

The South African online publishing industry has formed its own Online Publishers Association, which was officially launched last week.
It i… Read more »

I have launched a new site, called Moco.News, on mobile content news. The site will have expanded coverage of the wireless content arena, wi… Read more »

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While Apple Computer grabs publicity for its new 99 cent music download store, Microsoft is quietly preparing for a counterattack by improvi… Read more »

Stories for May. 23, 2003

NorthernLight, the search engine popular among researchers, which was sold to divine in 2002, has been saved by its former CEO David Seuss.… Read more »

bizjournals, the new media division of American City Business Journals, this week launched redesigned all 43 of its websites. Read more »

Perhaps the wierdest piece of news I have seen in a while, but Ambient Devices has developed an “embedded” wireless device which changes col… Read more »

A report from the Consect Global Wireless Summit, where was one of the media sponsors. “Remember that age-old scenario about… Read more »

To help all of its properties with paid offerings better their success, Terra Lycos is enlisting the DoubleClick Ensemble tool to improve ca… Read more »

Stories for May. 22, 2003

A few weeks after Barron’s did a hard hitting story on Wi-Fi, Business Week has jumped into the fray and has taken a hard look at the Wi-Fi market place. The most telling sign of Wi-Fi madness is this little gem: “according to Allied Business Intelligence […] Read more »

AOL Time Warner’s cable division has begun selling unlimited local, in-state and domestic long-distance telephone service to subscribers. [CNET] Read more »

Think of voice-over Wi-Fi as the love child of two hot developments in telecom: voice-over IP and wireless broadband. The technology is catching on fast and could give mobile phone companies a run for their money. By Peter Rojas from Wired magazine. [Wired News] Read more », the website of popular comic strip Doonesbury, will now appear exclusively on Slate. In related news,, the spoke… Read more »

An interesting slide from Peter Krasilovsky, VP and senior partner at Borrell Associates, who gave a presentation earlier this week at UC Be… Read more »

There quite a few stories on the weak dollar. Slate magazine’s Daniel Gross feels that George Soros, the aging eco-raider has lost its teeth and cannot pull a “pound” on the dollar. Wall Street Journalhas an even more upbeat take on the whole weak dollar situation. […] Read more »

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