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4:10 AM ET, December 19, 2007

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Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb:
Tweeterboard: Who Does That Person on Twitter Think They Are?  —  Like it or not, there's a whole lot of conversation going on via microblogging service Twitter these days and it cannot be ignored.  —  Let's say you've subscribed to a search feed for your company's name (via Terraminds) …
Discussion: Cost Per News and Blogcosm
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Jeremiah Owyang / Web Strategy:
Finally, a Twitter Measurement Tool that works  —  I've been watching the various twitter ranking, measuring, mashups appear, and most have little utility (other than some of the search tools).  I'm pleased to finally run into Tweeterboard, which has metrics (see my profile), rankings …
Forbes:
The Web Celeb 25  —  Things change fast on the internet —and fame is no exception.  Nearly half of the online celebrities identified in the inaugural edition of the Forbes.com Web Celeb 25 failed to place on the list in this second edition.  Among the casualties: YouTube star LonelyGirl15 …
Garett Rogers / Googling Google:
Google may have finally figured out what to do with Google Apps  —  Om writes that Google has inked a deal with satellite ISP, WildBlue, that puts Google's “Office Suite” in the hands of average users — the right place for it.  There are many reasons Google Apps works much better for personal use …
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David Chartier / Ars Technica:
Online office suites barely register with public, says study …
John Pospisil / TECH.BLORGE.com:
Major Aussie ISP Telstra BigPond shafts open source OpenOffice
Nick Weininger / Official Google Blog:
Better flight stats results  —  The holiday season is upon us, and we know that many amongst you are traveling to be with family and friends.  To make sure you spend more time celebrating and less time waiting at the airport, we're introducing a new flight status feature that we hope will make your travels easier.
Kara Swisher / BoomTown:
Here Comes (Another) Another Bubble!  —  The take-down of the popular Web 2.0 music video, “Here Comes Another Bubble,” didn't last too long.  The Richter Scales, a San Francisco singing group that did the piece, have posted a new one-Version 1.1-that it hopes is copyright safe.
Discussion: TechCrunch and PlagiarismToday
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The Richter Scales:
Announcing “Bubble” Version 1.1
Discussion: Lane Hartwell and CNET News.com
Declan McCullagh / CNET News.com:
TorrentSpy loses Calif. copyright lawsuit  —  In a potentially severe blow to fans of peer-to-peer networks, a federal judge has ruled against the BitTorrent indexing service TorrentSpy.com on grounds that its operators engaged in “willful” deletion of important evidence.
Richard Waters / Financial Times:
Ebay's rising star plots revamp of ‘flea market’  —  Tinkering with the core mechanisms of the world's busiest e-commerce site is not something to be undertaken lightly.  Yet John Donahoe, head of Ebay's marketplace division, is preparing an overhaul for early next year that amounts to a major revamp of Ebay's core business.
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Betsy Schiffman / Epicenter:
What's in Store for EBay? Outlook Hazy
Discussion: Skype-watch.com … and Bits
Martin LaMonica / CNET News.com:
Pumping DC power to the data center  —  Thomas Edison had it right, say the founders of start-up Validus DC Systems.  Direct current is the way.  —  Validus on Tuesday announced that it has raised $10 million from Oak Hill Venture Partners to further develop its data center power supplies …
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Phil Windley / Between the Lines:   Going green with DC power
Paul Miller / Engadget:
Apple finally fixes some MacBook keyboard issues  —  We're sure Apple had a fix in the works long before we got around to posting a poll about it, but if the response to Saturday's informal questionnaire was any indication, this update is long overdue.  Apple just posted a new software update …
George Ou / Zero Day:
Mac versus Windows vulnerability stats for 2007  —  The year 2007 has been an interesting year that brought us improved security with Windows Vista and Mac OS X Leopard (10.5).  But to get some perspective of how many publicly known holes found in these two operating systems …
Discussion: CyberNet, MacNN and Micronet's blog
us.creative.com:
Credit card-sized media player  —  This credit card-sized ZEN has a stunning 2.5" color screen and is perfect for music, videos and photos.  Enjoy up to 8,000 MP31, WMA or AAC songs, watch up to 120 hours2 of videos and share hundreds of photos with your friends.
Discussion: Gizmodo and Engadget
Paul Miller / Engadget:
Dell's 3008WFP 30-inch LCD with DisplayPort sneaks available — in US too  —  So, Flight of the Conchords never made it quite clear what's so special about New Zealand anyways, but Dell has heaped mystery upon mystery by leaking its upcoming 3008WFP UltraSharp onto its NZ online store.
Discussion: Gizmodo
John Tierney / New York Times:
Why Nobody Likes a Smart Machine  —  At a Best Buy store in Midtown Manhattan, Donald Norman was previewing a scene about to be re-enacted in living rooms around the world.  —  He was playing with one of this year's hot Christmas gifts, a digital photo frame from Kodak.
Discussion: Dan Blank, Smart Mobs and Gawker
Arik Hesseldahl / Business Week:
Inside iPod Touch  —  The Touch will probably set the standard for iPod iterations to come, and our teardown reveals it's more than just an iPhone you can't make calls on  —  At first glance, Apple's iPod Touch looks almost exactly like its sibling the iPhone.
 
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PC World:
Apple TV Leads Internet Video Delivery Market
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