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8:00 AM ET, November 9, 2006

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Lore Sjöberg / Wired News:
EULA La Vista, Baby  —  There have been a lot of concerns about the end-user license agreement for Windows Vista.  For instance, once you agree to the license you are not allowed to publish benchmark results without Microsoft's permission, and you can't install Vista on a virtual machine unless you shell out for the pricier version.
Ina Fried / CNET News.com:
Microsoft: Vista is ready to roll  —  update After five years and many twists and turns, Microsoft on Wednesday said that development of Windows Vista is complete.  —  Windows chief Jim Allchin said Microsoft signed off on the code less than an hour ago.  "It's rock solid and we're ready to ship.
Rory / Channel 9:
Jim Allchin: It's time - Windows Vista RTM  —  Charles Torre had the pleasure of speaking with Jim Allchin recently about Windows Vista going RTM.I don't think there's much else to say about it - just watch the video
Paul Thurrott / SuperSite for Windows:
Windows Vista RTM Screenshot Galleries
Jeff Leeds / New York Times:
Microsoft Strikes Deal for Music  —  In a rare move, Microsoft said yesterday that it had agreed to pay a percentage of the sales of its new portable media player to the Universal Music Group.  —  Universal Music, a unit of Vivendi, will receive a royalty on the Zune player in exchange …
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Om Malik / GigaOM:
Microsoft, Zune & The Music Mafia  —  The New York Times reports that Microsoft has cut a deal with Universal Music Group which will allow the music giant to get a percentage of the sale of its upcoming digital music player, Zune.  The report says that the amount being paid to UMG is going to be at least $1 per $250 device.
Discussion: Global Nerdy
Andrew / zBiz.TV:
How do I get my company profiled on TechCrunch?  Mike Arrington chats with Guy Kawasaki  —  Click To Play  —  How do I get Mike Arrington to profile my company on TechCrunch?  How do I get his attention in the first place?  —  The answers to these questions and more were explored …
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Guy Kawasaki / How to Change the World:
How to Get in TechCrunch  —  Here's a video of my interview …
Discussion: MYBLOG by Ouriel and Scobleizer
Scott Kessler / Business Week:
Old Media and New Media: Friends, Not Foes  —  Search and advertising services from Google and Yahoo! are helping traditional media companies extend their content online and generate revenue  —  If content is king, then its queen is making money.  This marriage of substance and sales …
Discussion: PaidContent and Web Strategy
RADAR:
APPLE DITCHES 'MAC GUY' IN NEW ADS  —  Apple's "I'm a Mac" campaign is almost perfect: It's funny, memorable, and efficiently lays out the advantages of Macs over PCs.  Its only defect: Virtually everyone who watches it comes away liking the "PC guy" while wanting to push the "Mac guy" under a bus.
Tim Smalley / bit-tech.net:
G80: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTX  —  DirectX 10 and Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system have been looming on the technological horizon for some time now.  Although the two aren't going to be available until next year, many hardware enthusiasts have decided to save up in readiness …
Discussion: Engadget, Slashdot and digg
Jaanus / Skype Blogs:
Introducing Skype 3.0 Beta for Windows  —  Skype 3.0 Beta for Windows is now available.  We recommend it only for experienced users, as we continue to work on it.  Download here, and see this page to find out how you can give us feedback to improve it.  —  This will be a major milestone release …
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Duncan / Skype Blogs:
A new face for 3.0  —  Firstly, a quick introduction.
Discussion: GigaOM and Web Worker Daily
Jeffrey M. O'Brien / Fortune:
A factory of one's own  —  According to MIT's Neil Gershenfeld, the digital revolution is over, and the good guys won.  The next big change will be about manufacturing.  Anyone with a PC will be able to build anything just by hitting 'print.'  —  (Fortune Magazine) — Imagine a machine with the ability to manufacture anything.
Muhammad Saleem / The Mu Life:
Why Socially Driven News is Better  —  When news broke earlier today that Rumsfeld has resigned, within 2-3 minutes I got an email from a social bookmarker about the development. 20 minutes later, another friend pointed out that Googling Rumsfeld was still not reflecting the latest story.
David Kushner / Rolling Stone:
The Baby Billionaires of Silicon Valley  —  The Internet's new boom kids are poised to take over the world — if they don't crash first  —  >> Think you've got the chops to make it big?  Get your brag on and see what other readers are saying about the Web 2.0 elite.  —  Did someone order a lap dance?
Discussion: Techdirt and VentureBeat
Liz Gannes / GigaOM:
Social Networking by the Numbers  —  Some interesting figures from social networking company executives here at the Web 2.0 Summit.  Cyworld and MySpace are, more than ever, heads and shoulders above the competition.  —  SK Communications CEO Hyun-Oh Yoo reports Cyworld has 20 million subscribers in Korea …
 
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Dan Fost / The Technology Chronicles:
Web 2.0 Walks on the Wild Side
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Network World:
Dell customer gets Windows refund
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Nicholas D. Kristof / New York Times:
America's Laziest Man?
Michael J. Copps / Washington Post:
America's Internet Disconnect
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Martin LaMonica / Webware.com:
OLD MEDIA ADJUSTS TO MATURING WEB
Dan Farber / Between the Lines:
Bezos banks on Amazon's utility services
broadbandreports.com:
A Democratic House's Impact on Telecom
Discussion: Techdirt and dailywireless.org
Jess Smee / Guardian:
Second Life gets its first tabloid
Hitwise US:
Social Networking Sites Recover from September Decline, Facebook visits up 16%
Richard MacManus / Read/WriteWeb:
Adobe CEO Bruce Chizen at Web 2.0 Summit
Discussion: PaidContent and JD on EP
Red Herring:
Atari Founder Likes Xbox360, Disses PS3
Discussion: Kotaku and digg