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3:00 AM ET, June 7, 2006

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Google Blogoscoped:
Inside Google Spreadsheets  —  Thanks to Sam Davyson, I was able to take a first look at the new Google Spreadsheets.  At this time, Google is sending out invites to the first people who signed up for what must be the 15th or so product launch this year.  See movie 1 [WMV] …
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Henry Blodget / Internet Outsider:
Google Spreadsheet and Google's Microsoft Obsession
Discussion: Newsome.Org
BBC:
Warning over 'illegal' MP3 site  —  Britons using bargain music download website allofmp3.com have been warned that they are breaking the law.  —  Record industry trade association the BPI said consumers were breaking UK copyright law because allofmp3.com was not licensed to sell recordings.
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Thomas Mennecke / Slyck:
AllofMp3.com Breaks Silence  —  AllofMp3.com.  The very name conjures up either great respect or distain.  Copyright holders continue to pressure the Russian government to obliterate this music service; while consumers enjoy high quality music at a cut rate price.
Discussion: Bleeding Edge
Adam Pash / Lifehacker:
Hack Attack: Turn your $60 router into a $600 router  —  Of all the great DIY projects at this year's Maker Faire, the one project that really caught my eye involved converting a regular old $60 router into a powerful, highly configurable $600 router.  The router has an interesting history …
Don Marshall / online-publishers.org:
OPA Press Release  —  ONLINE PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION MEDIA USAGE STUDY SHOWS THE WEB NOW RIVALS TV IN REACH AND EXTENDS THE IMPACT OF ALL MEDIA  —  NEW YORK, NY — June 6, 2006 — The Online Publishers Association (OPA) today announced the results of a new research project, "A Day in the Life …
Discussion: MiniMediaGuy and Screenwerk
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Elinor Mills / CNET News.com:
Microsoft vs. Google: Who's greener?  —  As Google and Microsoft battle for the hearts and minds of Internet users, a new question has cropped up: Which one can better save planet Earth?  —  Being portals and search engines, the companies are likely among the worst energy users …
Robert Niles / Online Journalism Review:
The programmer as journalist: a Q&A with Adrian Holovaty  —  Washingtonpost.com's Web tech guru answers questions about programming's role in news reporting and presentation. … OJR: I think one can safely assume that everyone in the news business understands how one "does journalism" through writing or photography.
Discussion: Terry Heaton's Weblog
Google Blogoscoped:
Google Picasa Web Albums Coming?  —  Picasa is Google's desktop photo management software - something like Yahoo's Flickr, except it's not on the web.  However, online photo management is a big pie of "making the world's information accessible"... and consequently, a new product appeared linked …
Daniel Terdiman / CNET News.com:
'Second Life': Don't worry, we can scale  —  Last March, Cory Ondrejka, the chief technology officer at "Second Life" publisher Linden Lab, bet a symbolic quarter that his virtual world would within two years have more users than the wildly popular online game "World of Warcraft."
Discussion: Joystiq
Sarah Lacy / Business Week:
Novell's Fight for Respect  —  Ron Hovsepian explains how his outfit aims to regain investors' confidence and turn the tide against Linux leader Red Hat  —  In many ways, Novell is a lot like many other midsize software companies.  All are struggling to reinvent themselves in a world …
Discussion: Open Sources
Bruce Stewart / O'Reilly Emerging Telephony:
My 666 Story - Mark of the Babies  —  I was amused to read this article in the Register recently about the big bucks generated in Qatar for an auction of the mobile phone number 666-6666 (over 2.5 million dollars!), and it seems only fitting that on 6/6/06 I share my own experiences with the prefix of the beast...
Discussion: dailywireless.org and Boing Boing
Rob Pegoraro / Washington Post:
Why Adobe and Microsoft Hit Delete on PDF Deal  —  If you want to know why so many computer programs are so bad these days, take a look at the Adobe-Microsoft mess.  —  These two powerful software developers have gotten into an argument over whether Microsoft can include a new feature …
Mark Fletcher / Wingedpig.com:
Moving On  —  Well all, sadly it is time for me to move along from Bloglines.  The service is in great hands with Ask and I am confident it will live long and prosper under their watch.  —  But "why" you cry?  According to my ever-present Ask PR twin, "to spend more time with my family."
Julie Bosman / New York Times:
Online Newspaper Ads Gaining Ground on Print  —  IN the matchup between the print and online versions of newspapers, signs of the Internet's ascendancy are growing stronger.  As Colby Atwood, a newspaper analyst and a vice president at Borrell Associates, put it, "The tail is beginning to wag the dog."
John Martellaro / macobserver.com:
Hidden Dimensions - It's No Game at Apple  —  Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power.  —  Every once in awhile I read a story on the Internet that just doesn't seem to sync with my experiences at Apple.
Discussion: Kotaku
 
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Jensenh / Jensen Harris:
Are We There Yet?  —  People have speculated rampantly …
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A Rowland / Democracy in Media:
Why YouTube Wins and Revver Loses
Jay Allen / Six Apart:
Movable Type 3.3 Beta is here
Evan Blass / Engadget:
Intel reveals Core 2 Duo info and ULV Core Duo CPU
BBC:
French book publisher sues Google
Paul Miller / Engadget:
Apple files another patent suit against Creative
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Worm-inspired robot crawls through intestines
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Peter Clarke / EE Times:
Analyst predicts Intel price war, profit warning
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Fred Wilson / Union Square Ventures:
Etsy  —  When it comes to online commerce, we are big fans of community and marketplaces.
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NEWS.com.au:
Microsoft takes on net nasties
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computerworld.com.au:
Apple pushing Intel in new directions
Alistairw / GameSetWatch:
GameSetInterview: Henry Jenkins On The Responsibility Of Games
Discussion: Joystiq and Kotaku
Mike / Techdirt:
Another Court Recognizes Site Owners Aren't Liable For Site Comments
Gizmodo, The Gadget Blog:
Toshiba Trying to Fix its Lame HD DVD Players
Discussion: Opposable Thumbs and I4U News
Assa / slashphone.com:
Asus J206 Music Phone
Discussion: Engadget Mobile and Gizmodo
Eric Picard / ClickZ:
AJAX Counting Nightmares
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