"Bruno's box-office decline from Friday to Saturday indicates that the film's brand of outrage was not the sort to please most moviegoers — and that their tut-tutting got around fast. Bruno could be the first movie defeated by the Twitter effect."
"It won't be good news for Trusted Places, Brownbook or YourLocalLondon, but the well-established US listings and reviews site Yelp.com is launching in the UK [today], kicking off with a dedicated London site."
"Local reviews startup Tipped has launched some new features. These include some categories covering 150,000 new businesses."
"Guardian Unlimited is to roll out a major interactive film database as part of plans to ramp up its See Film Differently site."
"CondéNet, the interactive arm of Condé Nast, is set to overhaul the online presence of Tatler and the wider CondéNet strategy": No UGC, no news, but a restaurant guide.
"Gridskipper is known as Gawker Media's "decadent urban travel guide" and with their recent redesign which heavily incorporates Google Maps"
"Social-networking websites that connect people through their taste in literature are gaining in popularity – and publishers are starting to take notice."