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Top Web Stories @ WM Share: Week Ending 6/8/07

Posted on 6.08.2007

The following are the top voted stories on for this, the first full week of July 2007. Share the news (industry articles, blog posts, tutorials and more) that you find important at

Bypassing Email Filters Becoming Big Business
Goodmail Systems broadened their CertifiedEmail program with deals announced Thursday with Comcast Corp., Cox Communications Inc., Time Warner Cable Inc.'s Road Runner and Verizon Communications Inc.

Google Keeps Tweaking Its Search Engine - New York Times
Google seems to be doing everything, everywhere. It takes pictures of your house from outer space, copies rare Sanskrit books in India, charms its way onto Madison Avenue, picks fights with Hollywood and tries to undercut Microsoft’s software dominance.

Netscape Navigator 9.0 Released - The First Social Browser
Netscape Navigator 9.0 has Released today with some intersting features that makes it the first social browser, and it ill be interesting to wait for FireFox 3.0 and the next generation of IE.

The Power of RSS Mashups
When Yahoo! Pipes launched, there was much buzz in the blogosphere about a new, powerful tool that let users express ultimate control over how they used their feeds.

Yahoo opens Panama search ad platform
Yahoo announced Monday that its Panama search advertising platform is now open to third parties. Under Panama, which was launched in February, sponsored search results are based on items such as relevancy and not just on the advertiser's bid price.

So Easy to Send Spam Using Google Alerts
Spammers have found a very simple way to trick GMail spam filters - they use Google News Alerts.

Impact of Cookie Deletion on the Accuracy of Web Audience Measurement
comScore announced the availability of “The Impact of Cookie Deletion on the Accuracy of Site-Server and Ad-Server Metrics: An Empirical comScore Study.” The study addresses discrepancies between server-based and panel-based data.

Movable Type Open Source Project
Movable Type just announced the Movable Type Open Source Project, an initiative that will create an open source version of Movable Type later this year.

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