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5:40 AM ET, December 7, 2007

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Jim Goldman / Tech Check with Jim Goldman:
Apple Future Headline: New Products Including Super Laptop?  —  A very good source of mine with good connections to Apple's  —  [AAPL Loading...  (%) ] Asian manufacturing partners called me this morning with some news: Seems like Apple will be making headlines in the next few weeks …
Discussion: Mark Evans, CNET News.com and Gizmodo
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Google Code Blog:
Embed charts in webpages with one of our simplest APIs yet  —  Today we're launching the Google Chart API, a really simple tool for creating charts and graphs that are perfect for websites.  —  Let's get straight in with an example.  This URL:  —  http://chart.apis.google.com/ chart?
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Philipp Lenssen / Google Blogoscoped:
Google Releases Chart Image Generator
bookofjoe:
Amazon Kindle a Fraud?  —  That's essentially what bookofjoe reader Steve Saroff contends.  —  Below is his comment, received last night at 10:40:12 p.m., on my recent "Kindle Blogs" post.  —  Personally, I believe Steve's letting Amazon off the hook far too easily: how about a no-questions …
Discussion: Gizmodo and Tech_Space
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Is Beacon Inflating Facebook's Visitor Numbers?  —  While Facebook's Beacon program has been drawing the ire of many people because of the privacy issues surrounding it, advertisers might be equally concerned about whether Beacon is inflating Facebook's overall visitor and traffic numbers.
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Edgeio To Shut Down - In The DeadPool  —  Edgeio, a company I co-founded in 2005, had a final board meeting this evening and made the decision to shut down operations of the company.  We are putting it into the TechCrunch DeadPool.  —  Edgieo first launched in February 2006 after a beta period.
Discussion: The Last Podcast
Jeremy Toeman / Jeremy Toeman's LIVEdigitally:
A note to Nancy Pelosi regarding the PRO IP act  —  This morning I read about Chairman Conyers' proposed PRO IP act, and as others in the technology industry have, I lowered my head sadly.  While I only recently became an American citizen, it seems quite clear to me that this is yet another sad sign …
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David Pogue / New York Times:
The Dr. Seuss Jumble: Naming Web Sites  —  Could it possibly be true?  Has all wit and cleverness already dried up in the naming of Web sites, less than 15 years after the Internet was opened to the public?  —  In the beginning, Web sites announced their own names.
Peter Ha / CrunchGear:
Free in-flight Wi-Fi on JetBlue with a catch, of course  —  This isn't exactly what we expected in terms of in-flight Wi-Fi, but beggars can't be choosers and something is better than nothing.  JetBlue, Yahoo! and RIM have announced free in-flight Wi-Fi services starting on the 11th of this month.
Benny Goldman / Gizmodo:
Jajah Gives iPhone International Callers a VoIP Alternative [VoIP]  —  VoIP provider Jajah has released a web app today that helps you make international calls on an iPhone without going totally broke.  The Jajah web app looks like the iPhone's dial pad, and like the iPhone it uses an address book to store contacts.
Mark Hendrickson / TechCrunch:
SmugMug Automatically Scales Photos and Video, Supports High Definition Video  —  SmugMug has released a set of new features that further cements itself as a first-rate photo sharing website.  —  The first of these constitutes just a user interface upgrade, but a very attractive one at that.
Jane Wakefield / BBC:
Sign of the times  —  As broadband speeds get faster and the appetite for video services grows apace, bandwidth becomes an ever more precious commodity.  —  Already people are seeing the amount of bandwidth they can use limited by monthly caps and, in the US, operators have just won the right …
Tanya Irwin / MediaPost Publications:
Downloading Videos On The Rise Among High-Speed Internet Users  —  THE DOWNLOADING AND VIEWING OF broadband video among adult high-speed Internet users continues to rise, according to a new report from Horowitz Associates.  —  About 61% of high-speed Internet users download online video content …
Discussion: last100, GigaOM and NewTeeVee
Marshall Kirkpatrick / Read/WriteWeb:
Meebo + Platform + VideoEgg Ads Suddenly Makes Business Sense  —  In a move further differentiating themselves from countless other platform plays, web-IM service Meebo will announce tomorrow that they have partnered with VideoEgg to offer Meebo platform participants a 50/50 revenue split …
 
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Jesus Diaz / Gizmodo:
Best Windows Error Ever May Rip Time-Space Continuum, Destroy Reality …
Discussion: blog.pmarca.com, Tech Blog and Digg
Alistair Coleman / BBC:
Students 'should use Wikipedia'
Federal Trade Commission:
Adult-Oriented Online Social Networking Operation Settles FTC …
Discussion: The Register and InfoWorld
Om Malik / GigaOM:
EchoStar Now DISH Network Spins Off SlingBox, Set-Top Biz
Discussion: Engadget
Susan Stellin / New York Times:
Web Access and E-Mail on Flights
Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
SAFE Act won't turn mom-and-pop shops into WiFi cops
Adam Pash / Lifehacker:
Quicksilver's Creator on the Future of QS [Exclusive Lifehacker Interview]
Allen Stern / CenterNetworks:
There's One Thing That Can Slow Apple's iPhone Growth
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Austin Modine / The Register:
Seagate buys document analysis firm
Michael Kanellos / CNET News.com:
Start-up creates flexible sheets of light
Discussion: Gizmodo
Matt Richtel / Bits:
Fixing Guitar Hero III's Mono Problem
Discussion: kottke.org
Andrew Farrell / Forbes:
Consumers Crave Apple's Macs
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
OpenSocial Still "Not Open for Business"
Discussion: All Facebook
Henry Blodget / Silicon Alley Insider:
EBAY: Time For CEO Meg Whitman to Go?
Paul Miller / Engadget:
Apple Store 14th Street press preview
 

 
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