July 2003 Issue


News Features

The fallout from the actions of the New York Times reporter Jayson Blair has been pervasive.
By - Posted Jun 30, 2003
Sonic Foundry, the company that has been known as a digital audio and video software developer, now bills itself as a provider of professional digital media solutions, focused on enterprise rich media applications.
By - Posted Jul 08, 2003
A variety of serious problems plague university libraries and the MIT Press believes they just solved (at least) one of them.
By - Posted Jun 24, 2003
Though perhaps not as well known to the general public as the Nielsen Media Research "Nielsen Ratings," Gallup is practically synonymous with the origins of widespread opinion polling.
By - Posted Jul 01, 2003

Featured Stories

When EContent looked at P2P last year, much of P2P's promise for B2B was still only theoretical, but this year we were surprised to see how quickly a number of organizations are exploring various types of peer-to-peer content delivery for internal and business-to-business purposes.
By - Posted Jul 13, 2003
While the end-user experience is as important today as ever, a tougher business climate is forcing reevaluation of CDNs’ value. Some CDNs have simply fallen by the wayside, and the rest are under increasing pressure to justify their expense in terms of ROI.
By - Posted Jul 18, 2003
One of the most maligned delivery systems from the early days of the over-hyped Web is ready for its second act…and this time it wants to pay its own way. Is push being pulled back into the digital delivery mix?
By - Posted Jul 20, 2003
The security of customer information and customer-facing applications has gotten plently of attention, thanks in part to some spectacular gaffes. But only a few leading-edge enterprises have implemented content security practices within the organization.
By - Posted Jul 20, 2003

Columns

The fact is that, especially in the U.S. market, wireless carriers are being extremely tight-lipped about how much even early adopters of next-gen cells are paying for premium content.
By - Posted Jul 18, 2003
What happened in the past five years to divert XML from its original use, and how does this affect plans for your content today?
By - Posted Jul 20, 2003
Attending the Eighth Infonortics Search Engine Meeting that took place in Boston in early April has prompted my return to the importance of effective search.
By - Posted Jul 13, 2003
The consolidation of vast amounts of information into simple visual representations is one of the best ways to communicate and emerging visualization tools have potential to alter the way we navigate information.
By - Posted Jul 18, 2003
I recently spoke at the local high school career day.
By - Posted Jul 01, 2003