Business First of Columbus: Fed exec: Recession rewriting rules of recovery
Michael Hyatt: 7 Ways to Keep Your Spirit Up in a Down Economy
WSJ: Ode to Joystick: Downloading Titles Without Leaving the Sofa — Just as sales of music, movies and television shows have gone online, videogame sales are now headed onto the Internet, too.
Washington Post: Economy Strains Under Weight of Unsold Items — The unsold cars and trucks piling up at dealerships and assembly lines as consumers cut back and auto companies scramble for federal aid are just one sign of a major problem hurting the economy and only likely to get worse.
All Things Digital: MySpace’s Google Gravy Train Set to Stop Next Year
Midway through next year, Google’s $900 million, 3.5-year search advertising deal with News Corp. and MySpace expires. What are the odds that Rupert Murdoch’s social network gets anything close to that with a new contract?
Very, very low.
TechCrunch:Survey Of Insular Social Media Elite Says: Twitter Is Better Than Facebook For Businesses — Half the reason I like this is the headline
TechCrunch:Tech Layoffs Surge to 300,000
Update from TechCrunch: Facebook Backtracks Under Community Pressure, Goes Back To Old ToS (For Now) and Wired:Let’s Learn From Facebook’s Terms-of-Service Flap — Facebook’s recent policy change regarding control over photos, notes and other data shared by its members sparks a major controversy. But it also renews debate over data ownership within online communities. Who owns your shared photos?