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11:00 AM ET, September 6, 2006


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Ruchi Sanghvi /
Facebook Gets a Facelift  —  You've probably noticed that Facebook looks different today.  We've added two cool features: News Feed, which appears on your homepage, and Mini-Feed, which appears in each person's profile.  —  News Feed highlights what's happening in your social circles on Facebook.
Mark Zuckerberg /
Calm down.  Breathe.  We hear you.  —  We've been getting a lot of feedback about Mini-Feed and News Feed.  We think they are great products, but we know that many of you are not immediate fans, and have found them overwhelming and cluttered.  Other people are concerned that non-friends can see too much about them.   The New Facebook Must Be Stopped!
Liz Gannes / GigaOM:
Facebook Makes Itself Useful
The Smoking Gun:
Hewlett-Packard Targeted Board In Leak Probe  —  Resigned director says company fraudulently obtained phone records  —  In a remarkable bit of corporate cloak and dagger, Hewlett-Packard launched a probe of its own board of directors in a bid to determine who was responsible for a media leak earlier …
Discussion: Techdirt and Scobleizer
David A. Kaplan / Newsweek:
Intrigue in High Places  —  To catch a leaker, Hewlett-Packard's chairwoman spied on the home phone records of its board of directors  —  Paul Sakuma / AP (left); Eric Risberg / AP  —  The confrontation at Hewlett-Packard started innocently enough.  Last January, the online technology …
CNET   Media leaks prompt HP board shake-up
John Markoff / New York Times:
Google to Offer Print-Archives Searches  —  Google plans to announce on Wednesday that it is offering a service that will permit Internet users to search through the archives of newspapers, magazines and other publications and uncover material that in some cases dates back more than 200 years.
Chris Sherman / Search Engine Watch:
Google Debuts 200 Year News Archive Search
Discussion: Screenwerk and Business Filter
Google Blogoscoped:
Google News Archive Search
Matt Richtel / New York Times:
Silicon Valley to Receive Free Wi-Fi  —  A consortium of technology companies, including I.B.M. and Cisco Systems, announced plans Tuesday for a vast wireless network that would provide free Internet access to big portions of Silicon Valley and the surrounding region as early as next year.
Apple cell phone is real and ready for production - analyst  —  Analysts for American Technology Research on Tuesday encourage investors to get aggressive in purchasing shares of Apple Computer prior to the launch of the company's much rumored iPod cell phone, which it says is likely to revolutionize the handset industry.
Tom Krazit / CNET
Apple plans "showtime" for Sept. 12
Discussion: Download Squad
Tom Taulli / Blogging Stocks:
YouTube IPO Soon?  —  Not since Google has there been a really hot IPO.  But maybe investors will get a second chance with an offering from YouTube?  —  After all, YouTube's investor, Sequoia Capital, was also an early investor in Google.  This VC firm is not about making a great returns …
Skeptic / Dead2.0:
YouTube's Destiny: IPO, Acquisition, Lawsuit, or Other?
Discussion: ben barren and Mashable!
Stuart Elliott / New York Times:
This Web TV Is for You, Especially if You're a Male Aged 21 to 34  —  IF Anheuser-Busch has its way, it may not be long before consumers start insisting "I want my BTV."  —  That's "BTV" as in Bud TV, an online entertainment network that Anheuser-Busch, the nation's biggest brewer …
Todd Bishop / Seattle Post-Intelligencer:
With Vista release in sight, a key Windows exec exits  —  Valentine heads for Amazon months before new OS hits shelves  —  A Microsoft Corp. executive who led Windows Vista's development is leaving for, with the clock ticking down to the scheduled release of the delayed operating system.
Discussion: Microsoft Monitor
Ben Fritz / Variety:
Amazon, Apple click pix  —  Pair prep a digital duel  —  The digital movie business is about to get a shot in the arm from the Internet's two biggest media retailers.  — will launch its movie download service later this week, numerous sources confirmed, while Apple will start selling films on Tuesday as part of iTunes.
Discussion: and Frank Barnako
Jim Hugunin / Jim Hugunin's Thinking Dynamic:
IronPython 1.0 released today!  —  I'm extremely happy to announce that we have released IronPython 1.0 today!  —  I started work on IronPython almost 3 years ago.  My initial motivation for the project was to understand all of the reports that I read on the web claiming that the Common Language Runtime …
Discussion: Jon's Radio
Intel Announces Restructuring  —  Expects to Reduce Costs and Operating Expenses by $2 Billion in 2007, by $3 Billion in 2008  —  Intel today announced plans for restructuring following an analysis of the company's structure and efficiency.  As a result of the restructuring …
Joel Spolsky / Joel on Software:
Finding Great Developers  —  Where are all those great developers?  —  The first time you try to fill an open position, if you're like most people, you place some ads, maybe browse around the large online boards, and get a ton of resumes.  —  As you go through them, you think, "hmm …
Jeff Smith / Rocky Mountain News:
Colorado high on Wi-Fi  —  State trails only Rhode Island, Ohio in wireless investment  —  Colorado ranks third in the country in investment in wireless (Wi-Fi) technology.  —  CDW Government Inc., a subsidiary of the $6.3 billion CDW Corp., examined the purchase records of several thousand …
Inside Google Desktop:
Results of the Google Desktop Gadget Contest!  —  We received a number of creative submissions for the Google Desktop Gadget Contest.  In fact, because there were so many great gadgets to choose from, we've decided to recognize a few additional standouts.  —  Honorable Mention:
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Kate Greene / Technology Review:
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Global Text Project brings wiki textbooks to the world
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John Gruber / Daring Fireball:
Update on the MacBook Wi-Fi Exploit Challenge
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Google Instant Intranet
Roy Mark /
First U.S. Felony Spammer Loses Appeal
Discussion: Techdirt
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Bookmark Podcasts with Podchains
Discussion: PostBubble and Library clips
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Marshall Kirkpatrick / TechCrunch:
Carson Systems launches Amigo newsletter advertising
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Charles C. Mann / Wired News:
Spam + Blogs = Trouble
Business Week:
Attention, Shoplifters
SanDisk faces MP3 licence dispute
Jonathan D. Glater / New York Times:
Sci Fi Creates 'Webisodes' to Lure Viewers to TV