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11:35 AM ET, June 16, 2007

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Duncan Riley / TechCrunch:
Embedded Joost Will Change The Market  —  Reports that Joost is now talking to hardware vendors about embedding Joost into set-top boxes and televisions will change the market as we know it.  —  While Joost is generally now regarded as the leader in the television over internet …
Discussion: ContentBlogger
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Faultline / The Register:
Joost everywhere, embedded in hardware
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Cory Doctorow / Boing Boing:
Record exec to academic: stop criticizing us or I'll tell your university  —  Andrew Dubber, who is on faculty at the University of Central England, blogged a link to a story critical of RIAA lawsuits.  Paul Birch, a British record exec who sits on the boards of the BPI and IFPI …
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Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
Record Exec: Experts Cannot Criticize Our Strategies
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Grant Robertson / Download Squad:
An open response to an IFPI board member
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Reuters:
Orange France sold over 250,000 Unik phones  —  Orange (FTE.PA: Quote, Profile, Research) has sold more than 250,000 dual-mode Unik Wi-Fi mobile phones since their launch in November 2006, a key product on which it has staked its future growth as an integrated fixed and mobile operator.
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Andy Abramson / VoIP Watch:
T-Mobile-UK To VoIP- "My Aim Is Tru (phone)"
Frank Ahrens / Washington Post:
Gone in 30 Seconds  —  Traditional TV Spot May Be Headed Toward Extinction As More Advertisers Pitch Their Messages on the Web  —  As they have for more than half a century, thousands of advertising executives, art directors, writers and moviemakers converge tomorrow in Cannes, France …
Discussion: Paul Kedrosky's …
Ben Popken / Consumerist:
Backend: Dell Demands Takedown Of Our "22 Confessions Of A Former Dell Sales Manager"  —  subject Posting by former Dell employee  —  Please remove the posting located at the following link:  —  http://consumerist.com/consumer/ insiders/22-confessions-of-a-former- dell-sales-manager-268831.php
Duncan Riley / TechCrunch:
The Long Tail Is Getting Fatter  —  Three separate news stories involving numbers this week caught my eye. iLike announced it has now has 6 million registered users and is now adding 300,000 new users a day.  Apple's Safari browser for Windows has now had 1 million downloads.
Sam Sethi / Vecosys:
Firefox 3 to support SQLite for offline storage  —  Mozilla have given a sneek peak at the new version of Firefox 3.  The newest and most exciting feature for me in this Alpha 5 release is the confirmation that "Places" will be stored locally using SQLite.  Places is the new name/replacement for Firefox Bookmarks.
Jim Courtney / Skype Journal:
Why You Need to Upgrade to Skype for Windows 3.2  —  and, if on 3.2, to the latest build.  —  As mentioned in a previous post during the April/May beta period for Skype 3.2, Skype has introduced some new sound engine technology into the Skype for Windows client.
Caroline McCarthy / CNET News.com:
Facebook's app feeding frenzy  —  NEW YORK—At Wednesday night's Facebook Developer Meetup, the mood could be summed up by the appearance of a clean-cut young entrepreneur who had written "I NEED AN APP" in thick black marker on his name tag.  —  His Web endeavor hadn't even gone live yet …
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Stephen Shankland / CNET News.com:
Flickr curtails German photo sharing  —  Flickr just found a downside to adding support for seven languages to its photo-sharing site: limits on photo sharing and resulting accusations of censorship.  —  Flickr launched sites in seven languages Wednesday, expanding beyond just English.
RSnake / ha.ckers.org web application security lab:
XSS Irony  —  My good (and hilarious I might add) friend Arian Evans from Whitehat Security sent this link out to a few people.  Arian has a flair for the comedy - you'd just have to spend some time with him to really understand what I mean.  The link made me laugh and thereby I am now sharing it with you.
Macenstein:
Is Apple using the Windows Safari Beta Test to stamp out iPhone security holes?  —  Within hours of Apple releasing the Safari 3 beta for Windows, computer geeks from around the world began pointing out various security holes in the browser.  The most notable computer geek being David Maynor …
Discussion: Office Evolution and digg
Tony Pierce / LAist:
LA DirecTV Customers Can Now Get NY's WNBC, Experience NBC's Amazing Shows 3 Hours Early  —  DirecTV called LAist on the phone and left us a message.  The recorded voice said that DirecTV had worked out a deal with WNBC in NY that allowed certain zipcodes in LA the ability to get the east coast channel for just $6 a month.
Discussion: Digital Trends and digg
PR Newswire:
Quadrangle Capital Partners and Kent Brownridge to Acquire Dennis Publishing, Owner of Maxim, Blender and Stuff Magazines and Websites  —  Brownridge to Serve As CEO  —  NEW YORK, June 15 /PRNewswire/ — Quadrangle Capital Partners II LP, a private equity fund focused on the media …
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Rafat Ali / paidContent.org:
Dennis Publishing Sold To Quadrangle Group; Will Hold Onto Week and Maxim UK
Discussion: WWD.COM, New York Post and HipMojo.com
vanderwal.net Off the Top:
New Profession Unfolding In Beauty and Geekery  —  A week or more ago I ran across the incredible video of Blaise Aguera y Arcas presentation of Photosynth and Seadragon at TEDTalks 2007.  The video is stunning work of Seadragon and Photosynth bringing a collection of images to life from one or more resources.
Mike Weiss / San Francisco Chronicle:
How victim snared ID thief  —  She chased down woman who had given her 6 months of hell  —  If it hadn't been for the distinctive suede coat, there would have been no chase through the streets of San Francisco, no heroine and, in all likelihood, no justice.
Discussion: Vitalsecurity.org, Consumerist and digg
Michelle Meyers / CNET News.com:
Pirates nab Michael Moore's yet-to-be released doc  —  From all that we've heard about Michael Moore's soon-to-be released documentary indictment of the U.S. health care system, he clearly supports universal health care.  —  But does he support universal Web access to his film two weeks before its official release?
 
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Tom Robertson / Microsoft Corporation:
Choice  —  Users Get to Decide their Document Formats
Discussion: CNET News.com
Peter Lattman / Law Blog:
Seattle Lawyers Sue New Lawyer-Rating Web Site
Ellie Gibson / GamesIndustry.biz:
"Wii 2" could be here within the next few years, says Pachter
Discussion: Kotaku
USA Today:
Free 411 service goes after rivals for license fees
Eric Bangeman / Ars Technica:
New bill would create family tier, extend indecency standards to cable
Discussion: Slashdot
Wall Street Journal:
Pearson Weighs Dow Jones Bid
Dan Goodin / The Register:
Yahoo! fixes bug that gave free rein to user accounts
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Jason D. O'Grady / The Apple Core:
Only AT&T corporate stores to carry iPhone
Dan Kaplan / VentureBeat:
BlogHer, site for female bloggers, said to get money from Venrock
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes / Hardware 2.0:
Firefox is on Steve Jobs' hit list!
Discussion: Windows Connected
Darren Murph / Engadget:
VRX's triple-screen racing simulator uses Xbox 360 Elite
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