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5:15 PM ET, December 20, 2006

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Nielsen//NetRatings Announces November U.S. Search Share Rankings  —  Nielsen//NetRatings (NASDAQ: NTRT) reports November 2006 data for the Top U.S. Search Providers.  —  Top search providers, ranked by total searches.  Searches represent the total number of queries conducted at the provider.
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Niall Kennedy / Niall Kennedy's Weblog:
del.icio.us API for URL top tags, bookmark count  —  Social bookmarking site del.icio.us has exposed a new API providing the top tags and total number of bookmarks for any URL in its system.  Yahoo's Developer Network provided a short preview earlier tonight of a soon to be released del.icio.us web badge …
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Dave Winer / Scripting News:
God bless the re-inventers
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Don Dodge / Don Dodge on The Next Big Thing:
2007 Predictions for the web and software  —  It is that time of year again.  Time for predictions for 2007.  First out of the gate is Richard MacManus of Read/Write Web with a must read opus that covers just about everything.  —  My prediction for the top 5 hot areas for 2007 should be no surprise to regular readers of my blog.
Discussion: Incremental Blogger
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BBC:
BBC moves to file-sharing sites  —  Hundreds of episodes of BBC programmes will be made available on a file-sharing network for the first time, the corporation has announced.  —  The move follows a deal between the commercial arm of the organisation, BBC Worldwide, and technology firm Azureus.
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Zoho Goes Wiki  —  Online office suite Zoho continues to quietly, and quickly, release new products and features on a regular basis.  Last month they launched a Microsoft Office plugin that lets users save files directly to their Zoho accounts.  Today they add a Wiki product to the mix.
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Arvind / Zoho Blogs:
Introducing the Zoho Wiki!
Discussion: Monkey Bites and The 360
Abbey Klaassen / AdAge:
Revver Re-organizes Executive Suite  —  Two Co-Founders Leave; Adds New COO, Ad Sales Chief  —  NEW YORK (AdAge.com) — In what is perhaps a sign of the difficulty facing those looking to compete against YouTube, fledgling video-sharing site Revver.com has reshuffled its executive suite, with two of the three co-founders departing.
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Pandora Goes Social  —  Pandora, which plays streaming music for free via a flash player on its site, is one of the first companies we profiled on TechCrunch, back in August 2005 during the original Bar Camp meetup.  I still listen to it most of the time I'm writing blog entries.
Daniel Terdiman / CNET News.com:
Newsmaker: Virtual magnate shares secrets of success  —  newsmaker Since its public launch in 2003, the virtual world Second Life has become a haven for entrepreneurs.  And while the number of people making a considerable profit is still relatively small, it is growing rapidly.
Mike / CrunchNotes:
The Truth About TechCrunch UK  —  If you've been following the events around the Le Web conference and TechCrunch UK, this might be of interest to you.  If not, it won't.  I'm not filling in all the background material to keep this as short as possible.  —  I've thought about the TechCrunch UK issue …
Gizmodo:
12-year Old Gets Pr0n-Filled Zune For the Holidays  —  Chanell Martin thought she was being a cool mom when she gave her 12-year old daughter a shiny new Zune for the Holidays.  But as it turns out, her daughter's "welcome to the social" was anything but innocent.
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Why I Am Breaking Up With Netflix  —  I was a die-hard Netflix fan.  Apart from when I lived in Canada or Europe, I've been a Netflix customer for the last five years.  There is a very tanglible tingle when a Netflix movie arrives in the mail, packaged up in its red envelope.
Jackson West / NewTeeVee:
John Furrier on Podtech's Strategy  —  While walking the streets of San Francisco, Podtech CEO John Furrier took a few minutes after a meeting to answer some questions about Podtech's business plans.  Public announcements have been rare of late, and only hints have been made by star blogger hire Robert Scoble.
AdAge:
10 Internet Acquisitions from 2006  —  Bubble?  What bubble?  Check Out a Few of the Year's Major Media Transactions.  —  1 YouTube by Google , $1.65 billion  —  The year's biggest valuation is also the most debated: Is YouTube going to be a steal at Google's purchase price once it becomes …
Jenn Shreve / Wired News:
You've Got Mail, and Your Period  —  Women hoping to become pregnant are transforming themselves into busy data machines, tracking everything from waking temperature to moods and various bodily fluids.  A cottage industry of websites feeds the obsession by offering online charts and e-mail services to alert women on their fertile days.
 
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Om Malik / GigaOM:
Ericsson buys Redback, Good Move?
Loren Baker / Search Engine Journal:
Vote for the 2006 Search Blogs Awards!
Katie Fehrenbacher / GigaOM:
Live from Milpitas, Earthlink WiFi
Dave Zatz / Zatz Not Funny!:
Hands On With HAVA  —  First seen at CES last January …
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Should Rich Internet Applications be cross platform by definition?
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Google Blogoscoped:
Google Pimps Own Services in Search Results
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