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8:40 AM ET, October 30, 2006

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Greg Sterling / Screenwerk:
Monday Morning Miscellany  —  There's always more to write about than time to write.  This week I'm going to ease up on my beloved blogging a bit to concentrate on other things that need to be addressed.  So there may be a few days this week without any posting.  It will be a test of my resolve.
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Noam Cohen / New York Times:
YouTube Is Purging Copyrighted Clips  —  Hitting the financial jackpot, it appears, may have created some headaches for YouTube, the wildly popular video-sharing Web site that has agreed to be bought by Google for $1.65 billion in stock.  —  The site late last week began purging copyrighted material …
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
MySpace Moves to Protect Copyright Holders  —  On Monday MySpace will announce a partnership with California startup Gracenote to help detect and block copyrighted music from being posted on MySpace member pages.  This will allow them to be more proactive about copyright enforcement …
Discussion: The Utube Blog
Troy Wolverton / Mercury News:
IPod's click wheel: Has it been framed?  —  PATENT FILING SHOWS NEW NAVIGATION METHOD  —  Bye-bye click wheel?  —  If a recent patent filing is any indication, Apple Computer may abandon the iconic wheel that has become virtually synonymous with its popular iPod music players.
Discussion: TechSpot, digg and Slashdot
Catherine Holahan / Business Week:
Don't I Know You from the Internet?  —  Some performers are parlaying online celebrity into deals with big media.  Soon they may be able to just stick to the Web  —  The small screen has always been a launching pad for big stars.  But for some would-be famous actors, musicians, and comedians …
Discussion: IP Democracy and Off On A Tangent
Yuki Noguchi / Washington Post:
In Teens' Web World, MySpace Is So Last Year  —  Teen Web sensation MySpace became so big so fast, News Corp. spent $580 million last year to buy it.  Then Google Inc. struck a $900 million deal, primarily to advertise with it.  But now Jackie Birnbaum and her fellow English classmates …
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MySpace — so popular no one goes there
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Cynthia Brumfield / IP Democracy:   Are Hot Web Sites Like Hit TV Shows?
Thomas Ricker / Engadget:
Nokia's 330 Auto Navigation: their first dedicated GPS device  —  Ah, there you are sweet, sweet Nokia GPS navigator, official at last.  Dubbed the Nokia 330 Auto Navigation by the cats in Espoo, this device marks Nokia's first entry into the dedicated GPS satnav market.
Discussion: Darla Mack and jkOnTheRun
New York Times:
Marketers Demanding Better Count of the Clicks  —  Internet companies have had great success selling advertising space, in part because the effectiveness of those ads is supposedly so easily measured.  But marketers, even as they continue to push more of their ad budgets online, are starting to ask for better proof.
Steve Hall / Adrants:
MARKETERS WILL NOT DESTROY SECOND LIFE  —  Much negativity has surrounded the launch of a new marketing company called CRAYON.  The company chose to make their LAUNCH ANNOUNCEMENT within SECOND LIFE where they established an island outpost.  Some seem to think it's the end of Second Life because Crayon …
Garett Rogers / Googling Google:
Froogle replacement discovered  —  Google announced in September they would have a new search tool to replace Froogle by the holiday shopping season.  Unfortunately, searching for products on Google still shows results from Froogle, causing Ina Steiner to ask the question "Google Base, Where Are You?"
Fortune:
Yahoo's dilemma: Deal or no deal?  —  Overshadowed by Google, CEO Terry Semel needs to make a move.  Now he's flirting with AOL, Fortune reports.  —  (Fortune) — Yahoo must have a new appreciation of how Burger King feels about McDonald's: Constantly looking up at No. 1 gets vexing.
Richard Siklos / New York Times:
In a Blurry World, Ownership Is Yesterday's News  —  IT is hard to find any public policy question that feels less relevant by the minute than whether one person or company should be permitted to own television stations and newspapers in the same market.  —  Rules barring cross-ownership went …
Discussion: Digital Destiny and Technology360
Marshall Kirkpatrick / TechCrunch:
Brightcove Launches Its Network for Small Video Publishers  —  High profile video startup Brightcove has launched what it calls the Brightcove Network, its video delivery and monetization service for small video publishers.  To date Brightcove's most visible moves have been in providing web video services …
Fast Company:
How to Launch a Career With Your Blog … FROM: FASTCOMPANY.COM BY: LESLIE TAYLOR  —  Silicon Valley start-ups and media behemoths aren't the only ones realizing the rewards of the rebounding Web economy.  Already, many A-list bloggers have generated significant income from running advertisements on their blogs.
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
PayPerPost Is Now Officially Absurd  —  Many commenters in previous TechCrunch posts on PayPerPost compared their business model to payola in the music industry.  At PayPerPost, bloggers are offered cash to write about products.  Disclosure is optional, and often the bloggers are required to only express positive comments.
Discussion: The Blogging Times
Miguel Helft / New York Times:
A Dot-Com Survivor's Long Road  —  When Jim Clark started Shutterfly, the online photo printing service, in December 1999, a 2-megapixel digital camera could set you back $800, investor enthusiasm for e-commerce was soaring and the words "Internet" and "bust" were rarely used in the same sentence.
Discussion: Paul Mooney
Mary Jo Foley / All about Microsoft:
Will Web 2.0 ultimately kill Windows?  —  In Part 2 of "My Dinner with Allchin" (OK, so it was just a cup of tea), Microsoft Platforms and Services Co-president Jim Allchin touched on a few subjects about which he doesn't often opine.  —  Allchin shared his thoughts on Windows Live (which …
 
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The Parallel Entrepreneur  —  You hear about serial entrepreneurs …
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Evan Blass / Engadget:
PS3's SIXAXIS goes under the knife
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