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8:30 AM ET, September 23, 2006

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Grace Wong / CNNMoney.com:
HP's Dunn resigns from board  —  CEO Hurd takes over as chairman amid growing leak investigation scandal.  —  NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) — Hewlett Packard chief executive Mark Hurd said Friday that he is taking over as the company's chairman effective immediately, replacing Patricia Dunn …
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New York Times:
Hewlett Chairwoman Dunn Resigns  —  PALO ALTO, Calif. — Hewlett-Packard Co. Chairwoman Patricia Dunn resigned Friday, effective immediately, in the wake of the company's ill-fated investigation of boardroom media leaks.  —  Announcing the resignation, H.P. Chief Executive Mark Hurd called …
David Berlind / Between the Lines:
HP press conference: Inventory of gory details, Hurd "clean," Dunn steps down  —  I just got done listening to and recording HP's press conference regarding the news that has come to light in recent weeks — more specifically, the fact that HP engaged in multiple questionable practices …
Robert Scoble / Scobleizer:
Dunn done is just the start for cleanup at HP
New York Times:
Focus Turns to the Chief of H.P.; Stock Falls
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Eliotvb / Listening Post:
Apple Hits Podcast Ready with Nastygram  —  Apple Computer has slapped Podcast Ready with a "cease and desist" letter, claiming that the terms "Podcast Ready" and "myPodder" infringe Apple's trademarks, and that they cause confusion among consumers.  The company has been cracking down on use of the word …
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Leo Laporte / TWiT.TV:
A Cast By Any Other Name...  According to Wired News's Listening Post blog, Apple has sent a cease and desist letter to Podcast Ready claiming that the terms "Podcast Ready" and "myPodder" infringe on Apple's trademarks, and that they cause confusion among consumers.
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John Murrell / Good Morning Silicon Valley:
You gotta fight (blarng blarng) for your right (blarng blarng) to Skyyyyyy-yyyype  —  If you were listing markets that are ripe for Skype, you'd get to college campuses pretty quickly.  You've got students on student budgets with far-flung friends and family; you've got faculty on faculty budgets …
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Kylebhansen / Kyle's Comments:
SOS - Save Our Skype
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Corbet / LWN.net:
Kernel developers' position on GPLv3  —  The Dangers and Problems with GPLv3  —  Trond Myklebust David Woodhouse … 1 Linux and GPLv2  —  Over the past decade, the Linux Operating System has shown itself to be far and away the most successful Open Source operating system in history.
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Brian Clark / Performancing.com:
3 Reasons Why Delicious Bookmarks Beat Digg Traffic Hands Down  —  Which is better, del.icio.us bookmark traffic or the stampede that comes with a big Digg?  —  Well, I was fortunate enough to have a post make both the top of the de.licio.us popular page and the front page of Digg yesterday with my …
Phil Wolff / Skype Journal:
Adobe flashes on VoIPifying the web  —  How do you voice enable the whole web?  With Adobe Flash.  My host walks me into his tiny war room at Adobe North.  The tables strewn with copies of VON magazine, and Sinnreich's Internet Communications Using SIP.  The white board has an architectural map …
Ethan / ...My heart's in Accra:
Holiday in Harare: part 4 - Zimbabwe's Internet under threat  —  They turned off the Internet shortly after I left Harare.  —  I don't think the two events were connected.  —  And they didn't really turn the net off, despite alarming reports to the contrary.
Mary Jacoby / Wall Street Journal:
Software Makers Complain to EU Over Microsoft's New Vista System  —  BRUSSELS — Two U.S. software makers are lobbying European Union regulators for action against Microsoft Corp.'s next-generation Windows computer operating system, slated for release to corporate customers in November.
Robert Scoble / Scobleizer:
Open Hack Day: no weapons please, except for your compiler  —  I'm at a lunch with Yahoo right now talking about next weekend's Open Hack Day (next Friday and Saturday).  This is a lot bigger deal than I expected.  Yahoo is opening its corporate doors to any geek who wants to come and code.
Tim Arango / New York Post:
AMAZON AND TIVO GET IN MOVIE BIZ  —  Apple has made clear its ambition of taking over the living room.  Now Amazon is looking for a seat on the couch.  —  Amazon, the giant online retailer that recently launched a digital video downloading service that competes with Apple's iTunes …
Wall Street Journal:
Cablevision Gave Backdated Grant To Dead Official  —  Cablevision Systems Corp. awarded options to a vice chairman after his 1999 death but backdated them, making it appear the grant was awarded when he still was alive, according to a company filing and people familiar with the matter.
Forbes:
#1 William Henry Gates III  —  SOURCE Microsoft (quote: MSFT), Software, Self made  —  EDUCATION Harvard University, Drop Out  —  In June Microsoft's visionary announced his retirement from company he cofounded 31 years ago.  Ray Ozzie, a former foe at Lotus, will assume …
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Reuters:
Publishers aim for some control of search results  —  Global publishers, fearing that Web search engines such as Google are encroaching on their ability to generate revenue, plan to launch an automated system for granting permission on how to use their content.
Lifehacker:
Know when to buy an Apple product  —  With surprise announcements and secret new products lurking around every corner, it's hard to know when to buy a product from Apple.  The iPod obsessives from iLounge feel your pain, and have put together a set of ten rules to go buy to answer the burning question: "Should I buy now, or wait?"
Discussion: Gizmodo and digg
David Chartier / The Unofficial Apple Weblog:
AguaT brings the Aqua back to iTunes 7  —  If you aren't hip on the un-Aquaness of the new iTunes 7, AquaT might just be the remedy for adding some of Apple's more standard UI elements back into their straying media software.  As you can see, it brings the candy-blue scrollbars …
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