Priceline, Travelocity, Cingular Fined For Adware

by Wendy Davis, Tuesday, Jan 30, 2007 6:00 AM ET
PRICELINE, TRAVELOCITY AND CINGULAR WIRELESS have agreed to pay fines ranging from $30,000 to $35,000 to settle allegations made by the New York State Attorney General's office stemming from the companies' use of adware >>>


ITU Internet Report 2006 >>>

Social software and learning

a Report by the FutureLab >>>

EU document 'Education & Training 2010'

Main policy initiatives and outputs in education and training since the year 2000.
This document provides an overview of the main policy initiatives and outputs resulting from the work of the European Commission in the field of education and training since the Lisbon European Council in March 2000. These form part of the integrated policy framework ‘Education & Training 2010’ and includes Commission contributions to the Bologna intergovernmental process in the field of higher education >>>



a new social search engine, to be tried >>>


Synchronous e-Learning

an eLearning Guild’s Handbook >>>


Edelman Report

A Corporate Guide to the Global Blogosphere. The new model of peer-to-peer communications >>>

Microsoft is currently testing a keyword analytics tool

code-named "Gatineau," to compete with Google's free analytics offering, Google Analytics, by MediaPost >>>


Search Engine Rankings

Search Engine Rankings in the U.S. for December, 2006 >>>


Benchmarking of existing national legal e-business practices

European Commission Directorate-General for Enterprise and Industry, Benchmarking of existing national legal e-business practices, from the point of view of enterprises (esignature, e-invoicing and e-contracts) >>>


Beyond E-Learning by Marc Rosenberg

a free 4 pages executive summary by e-LearningGuru (in pdf) >>>

The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning

the new issue: Vol 7, No 3 (2006) is online >>>


Ten trends to watch ...

At the start of the year, McKinsey identified ten trends that would shape the business landscape over the coming decade. "Ten trends to watch in 2006" quickly became one of the site's most popular articles ever.
In the months that followed, McKinsey continued to track these trends and publish new articles exploring them >>>