"N0tice is essentially an online community noticeboard, upon which news, details of events, and local special offers can be posted for other users." It's a local news aggregation service, essential, powered by users. Big potential.
The loss of Google Reader is unfortunate. For new junkies, this was a priceless tool that made consumption of a large amount of information much easier. Even Mike says: "I was using Google Reader when I found out Google Reader was going to be shut down."
A short video on Elizabeth Flock and the Washington Post. Great professional piece on what happens when you're just chasing page views. For the record, this is an organizational problem, not just a rogue blogger.
The Associate Press is suing Meltwater News for charging customers to aggregate and provide content. As much as I'm all for re-use, I have to side with the AP a bit on this one, though it sounds like the lawsuit was a bit premature.