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7:15 AM ET, June 10, 2006

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Somasegar / Somasegar's WebLog:
.NET Framework 3.0  —  When speaking to developers about WinFX one question that repeatedly comes up is, "WinFX sounds great, but what happens to .NET?" .  NET Framework has becomes the most successful developer platform in the world.  Developers know and love .NET.
BBC:
Hollywood and the hackers  —  Motion Picture Association President Dan Glickman locks horns with Electronic Frontier Foundation's John Perry Barlow over big media's war with the internet.  —  The biggest pirate movie site on the Internet was raided by police a few days ago.
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Mike / Techdirt:
MPAA: The Grateful Dead's Success Was An Abomination Against Nature
Maya Roney / Forbes:
Google's GBuy Could Be 'Revolutionary'  —  RBC Capital Markets maintained an "outperform" rating on Google in light of the impending launch of the company's online payment system, currently known as "GBuy."  —  Consumers using GBuy, which is set for release on June 28, will be taken off the merchant's site to complete the payment.
Business 2.0:
5 hot products for the future  —  The Institute for the Future couldn't get clients to read its trend forecasts.  So it started giving away prescient product ideas instead.  —  (Business 2.0 Magazine) - Trendspotting is serious business.  So much so that the Institute for the Future …
Oliver / MobileCrunch:
Umundo Launches Mobile Video Capture and Embedding Application  —  OkDork which is the funniest name for a blog I think I've ever seen posted a good catch today; Umundo.com.  The application lets you send video you capture on your mobile phone to video@umundo.com and then …
Discussion: Okdork.com
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Marshall Kirkpatrick / TechCrunch:
Umundo makes mobile photo and video sharing easy
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John Nichols / freepress.net:
House Rejects Net Neutrality  —  The First Amendment of the Internet - the governing principle of net neutrality, which prevents telecommunications corporations from rigging the web so it is easier to visit sites that pay for preferential treatment - took a blow from the House of Representatives Thursday.
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Daniel Berninger / GigaOM:
Is Vonage the new MCI?  —  GigaOM readers in a poll earlier this month have spoken - Vonage stock is a sucker's bet and is headed down.  The stock market seems to agree.  The odds are against the company.  Daniel Berninger, senior analyst with Tier 1 Research thinks otherwise …
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Doc Searls / Linux Journal:
Mashing Up a Commons  —  Is it possible that, for all our talk about The Commons, the Net doesn't have one yet?  Or at least not a complete one?  —  That's what occurred to me last Sunday night, as Claus Dahl and I sat talking in a smoky Copenhagen bistro.  The subject was public spaces.
Discussion: unmediated and open
dailywireless.org:
MobilePro Pulls out of Sacramento  —  MobilePro, a leading broadband wireless services company, that won a competitive bid for Sacramento's city-wide wireless cloud, announced today it has elected to withdraw from the project.  —  After being declared the RFP winner and going through …
Ina Fried / ZDNet:
Microsoft wraps up code for 'supercomputer' Windows  —  Microsoft has taken another step in its effort to bring Windows in the world of supercomputing, having finished development of its computer cluster operating system.  —  The software maker said Friday that it has finalized the code …
Annys Shin / Washington Post:
D.C. Sues InPhonic Over Rebate Restrictions  —  The D.C. attorney general is suing InPhonic Inc., accusing it of failing to deliver on rebates after the District-based retailer of wireless services and cellphones racked up more than 2,000 consumer complaints over the past three years.
Discussion: Phone Scoop and MobileTracker
Martin LaMonica / CNET News.com:
Microsoft enlists developers for Live push  —  In Microsoft's burgeoning competition with Google, the software company is recruiting its most trusted allies: software developers.  —  At its TechEd conference next week in Boston, Microsoft is expected to further detail the "Windows Live Platform …
Microsoft:
Club Internet Reveals Details of Its Triple-Play Offering: Next-Generation Digital Television Powered by Microsoft TV  —  Offering will be the first in France based on the Microsoft TV software platform.  —  PARIS — June 9, 2006 — Club Internet, in alliance with Microsoft Corp. …
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
eBay and Kaboodle To Launch MyCollectibles  —  On Monday eBay and Kaboodle will jointly announce a new service called "MyCollectibles", which will be tightly integrated with the core offerings of both companies.  The service is live and available at both ebay.com/mycollectibles and mycollectibles.kaboodle.com.
Search Engine Watch:
Look Out Wikipedia, Here Comes Yahoo Answers!  —  We wrote last month of Yahoo Answers hitting the 10 million answers posted mark, an impressive accomplishment especially given the low interest and poor take-up answer search has traditionally had in the US.  But some new stats add fuel …
Stepto / the Microsoft Security Response Center Blog:
Windows 98, 98SE and ME: Information about Support Lifecycle and MS06-015  —  Christopher Budd here again.  —  I wanted to take a moment and mention a couple of things related to security updates and Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition (SE), and Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition (ME).
Discussion: Bleeding Edge
Garett Rogers / Googling Google:
Google Video: Movers, Shakers and history  —  Google Video was given a couple new features today (also spotted by users of the blogoscoped forum) — the addition of Movers & Shakers, recently uploaded videos, search history, and also the main page was rearranged once again.
 
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In the sights of a joystick killing machine
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Tim / O'Reilly Radar:
NSA Datamining Social Networking Sites
Don Dodge / Don Dodge on The Next Big Thing:
What is Net Neutrality? Who will be effected?
John Battelle / John Battelle's Searchblog:
GOOGLE AND EBAY: THE MBA ANALYSIS
Larry Angell / ilounge.com:
iLuv unveils tablet-style media player for iPod
Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
Linked  —  I'm at an Annenberg event at Penn on the hyperlinked society.
Scottp / Video on the Web:
Google Minesweeper Launches
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Joe Hutsko / Joe Hutsko's Blog:
Nintendo Booby-Traps DS Lite Press Boxes?
David Berlind / Between the Lines:
With WGA, is Microsoft forcing Windows users to install and test …
Marguerite Reardon / CNET News.com:
IPTV promise meets reality
Michael Kanellos / CNET News.com:
New cell phone screens battery friendly
Stephen Labaton / New York Times:
House Backs Telecom Bill Favoring Phone Companies
Chris Stevens / Crave at CNET.co.uk:
Crave Talk: Is Nintendo the apple of Apple's eye?
Colin Barker / ZDNet:
For Dell, industry standard now includes Linux
Discussion: Neowin.net and Slashdot
 

 
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Global Post staff pay tribute to slain colleague, journalist James Foley

 
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