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3:51 AM ET, February 3, 2007

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Jim / OPML, The Harvard Book of:
THE VIACOM INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT DMCA DEBACLE ABOUT YOUTUBE VIDEOS—SHOULD WE COUNTER-SUE???  —  I just recieved a notice that a video of mine has been removed from YouTube because of a complaint by Viacom.  The video, for the record, is a short home clip, about 30 seconds …
Staci D. Kramer / PaidContent:
Viacom Demands That Google Pull More Than 100,000 Clips From YouTube; Site Is Complying  —  Updated below to include statement from Google: Exasperated by the failure to reach an agreement with Google and YouTube after months of negotiations, Viacom sent Google a letter today demanding …
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
GooTube Slammed By Viacom Takedown Demand
Andy Kazeniac / Compete Blog:
Google Video + YouTube = 51% of the Video Market
Discussion: InsideGoogle and NewTeeVee
Charlene Li / Charlene Li's Blog:
Viacom and Google/YouTube: A temporary setback to future licensing deals
Discussion: TechAddress
Steven Levy / Newsweek:
Finally, Vista Makes Its Debut.  Now What?  —  Bill Gates explains why you should buy his new operating system, what he's doing next and why John Hodgeman bugs him.  —  Vista View: Gates at the launch of his new operating system  —  On the morning of the launch of the Vista operating system earlier …
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John Gruber / Daring Fireball:
Lies, Damned Lies, and Bill Gates  —  In his interview with Bill Gates in Newsweek, Steven Levy pointed out that many of the new features in Windows Vista are similar to features already in Mac OS X. Gates's response: … This is fascinating.  In Gates's view, Microsoft came up with these features …
Discussion: rc3.org and larry borsato
David Chartier / The Unofficial Apple Weblog:
Bill Gates: "security guys break the Mac every single day"
Discussion: Apple Gazette
websense.com:
Malicious Website: Super Bowl XLI / Dolphin Stadium  —  Websense® Security Labs™ has discovered that the official website of Dolphin Stadium has been compromised with malicious code.  The Dolphin Stadium is currently experiencing a large number of visitors, as it is the home of Sunday's Super Bowl XLI.
Discussion: Security Fix, George Ou and digg
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Ryan Naraine / Zero Day:
Super Bowl stadium site hacked, seeded with exploits  —  The official Web site of Dolphin Stadium, home of Sunday's Super Bowl XLI, has been hacked and seeded with exploit code targeting two known Windows security flaws.  —  In the attack, which was discovered by malware hunters at Websense Security Labs …
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
Google Ramps Up Personalized Search  —  Google is stepping up the push into personalized search results.  A new change announced today should cause many more people to take up the service.  In turn, the growth of personalized search should have a dramatic impact on search marketers as the days of …
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Phil Hochmuth / Network World:
Not using all of that GigE pipe?  Save some energy  —  IEEE's Energy Efficient Ethernet looks at ways to throttle down connection speeds to save power  —  The IEEE wants to make idle or underutilized Ethernet connections more energy efficient, which could mean huge electrical cost savings for large enterprises.
Discussion: TechSpot News and Slashdot
Jeremy Allaire / The Latest from Brightcove:
Share Your Video in Style - Brightcove Personal  —  This week we introduced some new capabilities on brightcove.com that we think you should take for spin.  Dubbed 'Brightcove Personal', the features allow any end-user in the world to freely create their own channels on brightcove.com.
Discussion: JD on EP
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Liz Gannes / NewTeeVee:   Brightcove Gets Personal Before it's Ready
Christopher Finke / Now I Have a Blog Too:
Top Diggers list is back  —  Digg removed its top users list this morning.  However, as I mentioned yesterday, … To prove my point, I've done exactly that: I've put together a script that displays the top 100 users at Digg, with the list being updated twice per day.  You can see the list here.
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Nick Gonzalez / TechCrunch:
Google Flatlines Again  —  This morning it appears that a number of Google services are having problems.  We first noticed last night when our Google Analytics account wasn't reporting any new data since 9am yesterday, but Analytics is often notoriously slow in receiving updates.
Discussion: Andrew R H Girdwood
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Elinor Mills / CNET News.com:
Newspapers search for Web headline magic  —  On January 2, The Wall Street Journal Online posted a story with the headline: "Green Beans Comes Marching Home."  —  It happened to be an article about the Green Beans Coffee Co., which serves overseas U.S. military bases, opening its first cafe in the United States.
Richard MacManus / Read/WriteWeb:
Top 10 Picks From DEMO 2007  —  Written by Alex Iskold and edited by Richard MacManus  —  DEMO 2007 has just wrapped up from Palm Desert CA.  The companies that demonstrated their products covered a wide spectrum: Web apps, social networking, hardware, media, wireless, security, enterprise software and other technologies.
Discussion: ben barren, Ryan Stewart and VC Ratings
Om Malik / GigaOM:
Yahoo tests Local mashups  —  It was only on Tuesday, Yahoo was busy talking about their media mash-ups and brand initiatives.  Apparently, its not just brand-focused mash-ups.  —  They are apparently taking similar approach to other verticals as well.  A reader tipped us off …
emarketer.com:
What Works, and What Doesn't, in Online Marketing  —  What is the word from the trenches?  —  In an end-of-the-year survey, ad:tech and MarketingSherpa asked online marketers what marketing tactics worked for them in 2006 and what they expected to concentrate their time and spending on in the months ahead.
 
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