Meta-Praized: YouTube, VirtualCity, Wikipedia, Peter Jackson, Fake User Profiles, Google Answers, Santa Monica Parking, Yahoo

Meta-Praized is a collection of links & stories we’ve dugg on Digg.com in the last 7 days. Feel free to add us as a friend: PraizedDotCom .

  • “Seeking Executive to Tame the Digital Future” in the New York Times
  • “What does ‘Web 2.0’ mean to the world of Public Relations?” in CMSWire.com
  • “Do Google and YouTube have ethical responsibility for their video services?” in ArsTechnica
  • “VirtualCity delivers the real thing” in the Globe & Mail
  • “Experts rate Wikipedia’s accuracy higher than non-experts” via Ars Technica
  • “To Web Fans, Peter Jackson Is the One True Director” in the New York Times
  • “Sex and Social Networking Sells: Fake User Profiles in Marketing Campaigns” in Read/WriteWeb
  • Google shuts down the Google Answers service via the Google blog
  • “Report: Pentagon investigates YouTube video of U.S. troops” via News.com
  • CBS attributes ratings boost to YouTube” via the Chicago Tribune
  • “A New Twist: Voting for News You Trust” in NewAssignment.net
  • “Real-Time map showing available parking spaces in Santa Monica” via the actual site
  • Yahoo! TV gets a redesign via TechCrunch

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