LOTD: 5/22/07

  • CBS has bought Wallstrip, a Rocketboom-esque take on Wall St. news. (CT)
  • Google has changed its Trends tool to show hot topics. Could anything BE more Technorati-ey? (CT)
  • Long Tail author Chris Anderson is teasing his new book, Free, and asking for input in choosing a subtitle. (CT)
  • Keith O’Brien calls shenanigans on a Fortune article that reduces Generation Y into a few worn out and largely incorrect stereotypes. I think Keith is missing the point – the article was written for an audience of marketers who don’t want to drill down past the surface. The intent behind the article was to make those folks all warm and fuzzy. (CT)
  • Google has started a new blog focused on online security. (CT)
  • Tom Foremski is wondering whether, since it’s now all about the ad revenue chase, we might be in need of some new media ownership rules. (CT)
  • If you’re a sex offender using MySpace, you might be in trouble. (TB)

By Chris Thilk

Chris Thilk is a freelance writer and content strategist with over 15 years of experience in online strategy and content marketing. He lives in the Chicago suburbs.