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1:40 AM ET, September 11, 2006

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Ryan Stewart / The Universal Desktop:
Windows Presentation Foundation in action - Microsoft MAX  —  The Microsoft MAX team announced today that they have a new version of the product out which uses the new .NET Framework RC 1.  If you didn't know better, you would think this was something made for a Mac or made by Adobe.
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Niall Kennedy / Niall Kennedy's Weblog:
Microsoft Max feed aggregator
Electronic Frontier Foundation:
Joint Statement of Podcasting Organizations and Podcasters on the Proposed Wipo Treaty for the Protection of Broadcasts and Broadcasting Organizations Presented to 15th Session of Wipo Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights  —  We, the undersigned individuals and organizations …
Discussion: Scripting News and BizPodcasting
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Cory Doctorow / Boing Boing:
URGENT: Podcasters act now to stop anti-podcasting UN treaty!  —  Podcasters need to take action now to stop a treaty from the UN's World Intellectual Property Organization that threatens their way of life.  —  The Broadcast Treaty is an attempt to force the world's governments to give …
Discussion: A View from the Isle
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IDE to NDS Connection  —  I was busy the past couple of months, so this is the first post after a long while.  —  To get back to hardware development, I decided to do a quick IDE to GBAMP (GBA Movie Player v2) hack.  I also took a few pictures for the few people interested in doing this (at their own risk)
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Jason Calacanis / The Jason Calacanis Weblog:
Netscape Update (the internal memo)  —  I sent this internal note to a bunch of folks at AOL earlier today... sort of an update on the state of Netscape and what we've learned about the 1, 19, and 80%.  After thinking about it for 27 seconds I realized that this is the kind of stuff I used …
Discussion: The Paradigm Shift
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Marshall Kirkpatrick / TechCrunch:
Top social media users getting paid; is the balance shifting?  —  Jason Calacanis says in an AOL memo he's posted that his model for Netscape has been vindicated by the recent conflagration at Digg and rapid growth of page views at Netscape.  He says recent events are proving that top contributors …
Discussion: MediaShift
Steven Levy / Newsweek:
Living a Virtual Life  —  Is World of Warcraft a game, or is it a harbinger of virtual realities that we all might inhabit?  Only a Night Elf knows for sure.  —  Two years into the history of World of Warcraft-an online game that accommodates 7 million players around the world …
Discussion: Slashdot and Boing Boing
David A. Kaplan / Newsweek:
Suspicions and Spies in Silicon Valley  —  It was supposed to be an easygoing celebration of a coronation.  In early 2005, after Mark Hurd had been chosen to be Hewlett-Packard's new chief executive officer, he and his wife joined chairman of the board Patricia Dunn and her husband at the Marin County home of director Tom Perkins.
Discussion: Paul Kedrosky's …
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Allen Wastler / CNNMoney.com:
HP Chair: Lying, or incompetent
Warren St. John / New York Times:
When Information Becomes T.M.I.  —  IF there is a single quality that separates those in their late teens and early 20's from previous generations of young people, it is a willingness bordering on compulsion to broadcast the details of their private lives to the general public.
Discussion: michael parekh on IT
David Smith / Observer:
Why the iPod is losing its cool  —  Apple has added ever more extras to its digital music-player in a bid to stem falling sales.  But fears are rising that the device is now too common to be cutting edge  —  The Mermaid, Puddle Dock, is not the first place you might go in search of the cool and cutting edge.
Fred / A VC:
How AOL Ruined Email  —  My kids grew up on AOL.  It's where they first went online.  It's where they learned how to dial up.  It's where they learned how to surf the web.  It's where they learned how to do email, instant messaging, download, build a homepage, etc, etc.
Ageitgey / Uninnovate:
Amazon Spends Over A Year Developing Movie Download Service Then Shackles It With Absurd Restrictions  —  Amazon launched it's new Unbox Video service yesterday.  After reportedly over a year of development, the new service allows movies to be permanently downloaded for the same price …
David Chartier / The Unofficial Apple Weblog:
Viral .Mac feedback - copy and paste this, let's make Apple listen  —  We've all seen the complaints about .Mac from every corner of the internets.  Our own Dave Caolo posted a fantastic editorial covering .Mac's slow death, but he isn't the only one tossing a vote into the hat.
Discussion: digg
Richard MacManus / Read/WriteWeb:
World Internet Penetration Now 16% - Asia Growing Fast!  —  The latest internetworldstats.com statistics show that worldwide Internet penetration has increased to 16.0%, largely thanks to Asia.  About 3 months ago when I last posted on this, the worldwide penetration was 15.7%.
deal architect:
On-going debate with Prof. Andrew McAfee  —  Prof. McAfee at Harvard posted his reponse to MR's and my posts over last couple of weeks asking for a broader definition of Enterprise 2.0  —  "Andrew, your definition of the "new enterprise" (as you say let's stay away from 2.0) …
 
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