Daily Links 4/30/2010: Former Newsweek President Osberg To Head Up Philly Papers

Budget cuts likely in wake of Philly news auction (Associated Press via
Google News)

Papers' new publisher, CEO to push digital content (Philadelphia Daily News)
Former Newsweek President Osberg To Head Up Philly Papers (paidContent)

In farewell, Digital Chief Saridakis attacks pay wall strategy, saying: 'Industry going about it all wrong' (Gannett Blog)

Health IT funding to create 50,000 jobs
Sixty regional IT help centers will help health care facilities implement electronic medical records

Recession hits project management software sales
Market growth dented by 'spending uncertainties', reports Gartner

An SAP-HP Partnership Coming In Mobile Enterprise Apps? (Sramana Mitra on Strategy)

Life Sciences Dominate at Wharton Competition (New York Times:
You're the Boss Blog)

People Start To Realize The Broadband Plan Has a Broadband Tax
Though it remains unclear how much it will be...
(Broadband Reports)

Bill Gates visits Science Leadership Academy (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Quarterly Earnings Highlights (Media Experiences 2 Go/Motorola Corporate Blog)

Google reportedly preparing to intro TV software next month (Ars Technica)