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3:45 AM ET, June 18, 2006

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merged.ca:
STEP-BY-STEP: HOW TO GET BILLIONS OF PAGES INDEXED BY GOOGLE  —  As most SEOs know, MSN loves the subdomains.  You can make hundreds of keyworded subdomains and MSN will think quite highly of the pages.  Same goes for blogspot and other blogs- they do very well on MSN and sometimes on Yahoo.
Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
The meaning of Bill … (This is a post The Guardian's Comment is Free asked me to write about Bill Gates — thus the view from that side of the world.  If you'd like to comment, please do so at Comment is Free.)  —  In America, we, too, have our class system, though it is a perverse version …
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Mary Jo Foley / Microsoft Watch:
Bill Gates' Legacy: Microsoft's Top 10 Flops  —  Gates will be remembered as a visionary and PC industry leader.  But even Microsoft's Chairman hasn't been right in all of his bets.  —  The Chairman isn't always right.  —  While Microsoft's outgoing Chief Software Architect Bill Gates …
Ryan Kim / San Francisco Chronicle:
AT&T offers broadband by itself Unpublicized DSL service won't save subscribers much  —  AT&T quietly rolled out standalone DSL broadband service for the first time this week, giving consumers the choice to drop their home phone land lines.  —  But before you get rid of your home phone line …
Katie Hafner / New York Times:
Growing Wikipedia Revises Its 'Anyone Can Edit' Policy  —  Wikipedia is the online encyclopedia that "anyone can edit."  Unless you want to edit the entries on Albert Einstein, human rights in China or Christina Aguilera.  —  Wikipedia's come-one, come-all invitation to write and edit articles …
Jeremy Zawodny / Jeremy Zawodny's blog:
Openness and the Longevity of My Bits  —  I've been thinking about a lot of stuff recently.  At some point in the future, I'll explain what's been going on.  But allow me to randomly babble about a one of the things others are involved in that have become somewhat lodged in my brain.  —  Openness
Dave Winer / Scripting News:
It's the users, dummy!  —  TechCrunch reports that Flickr's APIs are not open to competitive sites.  This means closing the APIs to Flickr users who want an easy way to use their content in another, competitive environment.  —  This will be on-topic in two back-to-back sessions at BloggerCon next week …
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Associated Press:
Rockies using video iPods to study swings, hitters  —  DENVER — Three hours before a start against Florida, Colorado Rockies pitcher Jason Jennings sits in front of his locker, puts on his headphones and stares at his video iPod.  —  He isn't watching the latest Coldplay video or catching …
John Markoff / New York Times:
Microsoft Lieutenants Look Ahead, Hoping to Avoid Other Companies' Mistakes  —  Microsoft's chairman, Bill Gates, right, with senior company executives Ray Ozzie, left, and Craig Mundie on Friday in Redmond, Wash.  —  REDMOND, Wash., June 16 — Microsoft stands astride the computing world …
Discussion: Corporate Engagement
Paul Miller / Engadget:
Dog brain in a dish plays Quake 3: Arena  —  Don't get all PETA on us, we're just the messenger, but a University of Texas scientist has grown a living "brain" in a petri dish using 50,000 nerve cells from a dog.  We're sure there are many noble things to be done with a brain in a dish …
Discussion: Newsome.Org
Preston Gralla / Networking Pipeline:
Skype and Vonage: Can You Hear The VoIP Bubble Bursting?  —  It's looking more and more as if the VoIP hype bubble is going the way of the Internet bubble.  Skype, bought for up to $4.1 billion by eBay, is turning out to be a bad investment, and as for the Vonage IPO …
Juan Carlos Perez / PC World:
Finance Sites: Yahoo Leads, Google Lags  —  Google's site has not yet gained the popularity to challenge other financial sites.  —  U.S. residents looking for financial news and information online overwhelmingly prefer Yahoo's Yahoo Finance, while Google's Google Finance has failed so far …
Discussion: IT Facts
Dave Zatz / Zatz Not Funny:
TiVo Applies For DVR PPV Patent  —  The USPTO has just published TiVo's Method and apparatus for secure transfer of previously broadcasted content and Method and apparatus for secure transfer and playback of multimedia content patent applications.  Within the documents TiVo describes several methods …
Discussion: Gizmodo and Engadget
Elinor Mills / CNET News.com:
Trademark infringement suit hits search again  —  A Colorado-based dating Web site has sued Yahoo and three other companies for allegedly paying to have their ads come up when its name is typed into the Google search page.  —  JP Enterprises, which owns the LoveCity.com site …
Discussion: ResourceShelf
Damon Darlin / New York Times:
Now, Free Ways to Do Desktop Work on the Web  —  The biggest expense in buying a new computer is not always the computer.  After all, you can buy a new Dell desktop, and a good one at that, for $300 and get a monitor in the bargain.  —  The software to make a PC do anything useful can cost you as much as the computer.
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Google targets GPS-based in-car personalized advertising
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Easy Money, Sell Your Friends.
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A Purple What??  —  So I know I'm a little late but I just …
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Opera 9 just around the corner; Grand marketing campaign in the works
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Mac OS X 10.4.7 to deliver audio fixes, more
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JWT Puts a 'Roadblock' on Huffington Post
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