<em>The Washington Post</em>, NBC, and Google

'The Washington Post' looks to give it another try and launches a comments section on its Web site, debuting with the sports section

'The Washington Post' looks to give it another try and launches a comments section on its Web site, debuting with the sports section

NBC has a change of heart and is reportedly in talks with YouTube to buy ads on the site, which shows clips from NBC shows

Google debuts an online spreadsheet service, putting it into competition with Microsoft Excel

Downs

News outlets contribute $750,000 to a settlement in an invasion-of-privacy lawsuit brought against the government by Wen Ho Lee, an atomic scientist once suspected of espionage

Hachette Filipacchi's first issue of Shock gets major press because of a dispute with a photographer whose image appeared on the cover

ABC will only make up-front ad deals based on live ratings, trumping earlier claims to consider DVR viewers

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