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1:10 PM ET, January 16, 2007

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netflix.com:
NETFLIX OFFERS SUBSCRIBERS THE OPTION  —  OF INSTANTLY WATCHING MOVIES ON THEIR PCs … Netflix, Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX), the world's largest online movie rental service, today introduced a new feature that allows people to immediately watch movies and television series on their personal computers …
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Miguel Helft / New York Times:
Netflix to Deliver Movies to the PC  —  Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia, lists more than five dozen personalities whose obituaries were published prematurely.  Someone may want to add Netflix to that list.  —  The impending death of the company, with its online system for renting DVDs delivered by mail …
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Netflix, I Was Just Kidding About Breaking Up With You  —  Last month I wrote a post called "Why I Am Breaking Up With Netflix" that outlined the reasons I was switching to BlockBuster's Total Access after years as a loyal Netflix customer.  BlockBuster's new offering, which basically turns every mailed movie …
Gizmodo:
Breaking: Netflix Internet TV/Film Delivery Starts This Week
Discussion: digg
Mikek / Hacking NetFlix:
Breaking: Netflix Launches "Watch Now" Downloads
Discussion: Engadget and Webware.com
Michael Liedtke / Associated Press:
Netflix offers instant access
Discussion: PSFK Trend: PSFK
Dave Winer / Scripting News:   I told you so  —  Scoble was wrong, I was right.  —  Neener neener!
John Markoff / New York Times:
H.P. to Report an Advance in Adaptable Circuitry  —  Hewlett-Packard researchers have developed a novel way to create flexible electronic circuits that could make it routine by the end of the decade to modify and upgrade the circuitry in computer-based consumer products even after they have been sold.
Discussion: Dan Gillmor's Blog and Kevin Maney
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Michael Kanellos / CNET News.com:   Can HP fool Moore's Law?
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Wikipedia Search Engine WikiSeek Launches  —  Palo Alto based startup SearchMe has kept a low profile since being founded in March 2005.  The company, which has 17 employees and raised $5 million from Sequoia Capital over two rounds, will launch a number of what founder Randy Adams calls "long tail search engines."
Mark Jaquith / wordpress.org:
WordPress 2.0.7  —  Recently a bug in certain versions of PHP came to our attention that could cause a security vulnerability in your blog.  We're able to work around it fairly easily, so we've decided to release 2.0.7 to fix the PHP security problem and the Feedburner issue that was in 2.0.6.
Hypergene MediaBlog:
5 lessons learned from Footnote  —  After doing my fair share of preaching on this blog for the last five years, I (Chris) now have firsthand knowledge of at least one thing a few days after Footnote.com's launch:  —  On the web you don't control your message, but you're welcome participate in the conversation you've started.
biz.yahoo.com:
Symantec Reports Preliminary Fiscal Third Quarter 2007 Results  —  Updates Fiscal Year Guidance  —  Symantec Corp. (NASDAQ:SYMC - News) today announced preliminary financial results for the fiscal third quarter, ended Dec. 29, 2006.  Symantec will release actual results for the fiscal third quarter …
Richard MacManus / Read/WriteWeb:
Yahoo's Acquisition Pattern: Smart and Cheap  —  Written by Emre Sokullu and edited by Richard MacManus  —  Yahoo has had its problems lately.  Bad financial results in the 3rd quarter of 2006 and the peanut butter manifesto of senior vice president Brad Garlinghouse resulted in doubt …
Discussion: Profy.Com
dive into mark:
A history of DVD copy protection  —  While I was out, I wrote many things.  I'm still trying to find them all, truth be told, to cobble them together and weave them into some sort of Magnus Opus Lifework.  I'll let you know how that works out.  In the meantime, here's a history …
Peter / The Local Onliner:
Oodle Pushes on Featured Listings, Comparisons  —  Oodle, the listings aggregator service, is completing its transition from a Google -dependent site with the rollout today of a comparison feature for autos.  Real estate and rentals will be rolled out next.
jibbering.com:
More Google security failures  —  Google Base arrived recently, sharing the same domain as gmail, so cross site security holes in Google Base will allow access to all the gmail emails, as well as XSS phishing attacks using the google brand.  Of course as you would expect for a new product …
Eric Sylvers / New York Times:
At Some Airports, Cellphones Can Check In Passengers  —  Cellphone users anticipating the arrival of in-flight chatting and text messaging can also use their phones to expedite check-in at some airports in Japan and Europe.  —  A few airlines are experimenting with systems that let passengers check …
Discussion: Gizmodo
Latest Articles From .NET DEVELOPER'S JOURNAL:
Microsoft Snags Don Ferguson, Former IBM Chief Architect - "Father of WebSphere"  —  Ferguson is now Microsoft Technical Fellow in Platforms and Strategy, in the Office of the CTO  —  Don Ferguson (pictured), who guided IBM's strategy and architecture for SOA and Web services …
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
comScore: Google Wins Again & IE7 Doesn't Stop Microsoft's Slide  —  It's that time again — search popular stats for last month are coming out.  Actually, Hitwise sent me their figures earlier this month but I'm diving in with the comScore figures that just came out.
Jason Snell / Macworld:
Expo Audio: Daring Fireball Live  —  Following up our week of Macworld Expo coverage with other sessions recording in Macworld's booth on the Moscone Center show floor, here's Daring Fireball Live, featuring John Gruber of the blog Daring Fireball and his guest, Cabel Sasser of Panic.
 
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Ellen Nakashima / Washington Post:
Enjoying Technology's Conveniences But Not Escaping Its Watchful Eyes
Discussion: Gizmodo
Ludwig Kietzmann / Joystiq:
Eno to generate Spore soundtrack
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Liz Gannes / GigaOM:
Boxxet Launches Automated Portals
Iyaz Akhtar / The Apple Blog:
iPhone or not: What's in a Name?
Discussion: O'Grady's PowerPage and digg
Paul Kapustka / NewTeeVee:
Cisco Sees Billions in Digital Signs
Jeremy Crane / Compete Blog:
The holidays were kind to Google and AOL but not so for the rest of the pack
Ben Grossman / Broadcasting & Cable:
Exclusive: CBS Will Build Out Online Programming Strategy for Fall
Kotaku:
PS3: Analysts Lower PS3 Sales Forecast
Discussion: Joystiq and digg
 Earlier Items: 
Clint Ecker / Infinite Loop:
Macwelt gets more iPhone details out of Apple
Discussion: The Apple Core and digg
Steve Rubel / Micro Persuasion:
CNET Tests Pay-for-Performance Journalism
Discussion: Rough Type and Chip Griffin
Read/WriteWeb:
Talkr Up For Sale - More Web 2.0 Fallout
Discussion: The Talkr blog and 21talks
BBC:
Mobile firm 3 scraps roaming fees
Tom Orry / Pro-G - All Updates:
Blizzard hints at new StarCraft by 2008
Evan Blass / Engadget:
Already sexy, TiVo brings fast forward ads back
Discussion: Consumerist and PVR Wire
Allison Randal / O'Reilly Radar:
Spamonomics 101  —  The biggest thing I've wondered about spam is …
Greg Sandoval / CNET News.com:
Skype founders name new video start-up Joost
 

 
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