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1:30 AM ET, January 24, 2008

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Google Blogoscoped:
Google Health Login Page  —  Want to get a first live glimpse of Google Health, which Google's Marissa Mayer announced will be rolled out in early 2008?  Point your browser to:  —  www.google.com/accounts/ServiceLogin?se rvice= health  —  However, I didn't get past the login screen, so all we see at the moment is the intro page.
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Walter S. Mossberg / Personal Technology:
Apple's MacBook Air Is Beautiful and Thin, but Omits Features  —  Apple finally has entered the subnotebook market, introducing a lightweight laptop meant to please road warriors.  But, typical of Apple, the company took a different approach from its competitors.
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USA Today:
MacBook Air: The sexy kind of skinny but with some flaws  —  Apple has earned a sterling reputation designing beautiful products that usually perform as splendidly as they look.  —  The MacBook Air laptop that CEO Steve Jobs unveiled last week turns heads.
Discussion: New York Times, MacRumors and Gizmodo
The EveryBlock Blog:
Introducing EveryBlock  —  “What's happening in my neighborhood?"  —  For a long time, that's been a tough question to answer.  In dense, bustling cities like Chicago, New York and San Francisco, the number of daily media reports, government proceedings and local Internet conversations is staggering.
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Kevin Rose / Digg the Blog:
Digg: New Algorithm Changes  —  Just wanted to give everyone some insight into some of the changes we've been making this week.  As we've talked about in the past, Digg's promotional algorithm ensures that the most popular content dugg by a diverse, unique group of diggers reaches the home page.
Discussion: Valleywag
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Business Wire:
Meg Whitman to Step Down as President and CEO of eBay  —  John Donahoe Will Become President and CEO on March 31  —  SAN JOSE, Calif.—(BUSINESS WIRE)—eBay Inc. (Nasdaq:EBAY - News) (www.ebay.com) announced today that Meg Whitman will step down as President and CEO of eBay on March 31, 2008.
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Richard Jones / Last.fm:
Free the Music  —  A few days ago we sent out some cryptic invitations to a press conference in New York that Felix and Martin are presiding over.  We've had fun in the office reading the rumors and speculation, but it's time to spill the beans:  —  As of today, you can play full-length tracks …
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Joseph Weisenthal / paidContent.org:
@ Last.fm Announcement: Free On-Demand Music Platform; CBS To Ramp Up Promotion
Alex Veiga / Associated Press:
Yahoo eyeing online music service  —  LOS ANGELES - Yahoo Inc., is in early discussions with major record labels over offering unprotected MP3s either for sale or for free as part of an ad-supported service, two record company executives familiar with the talks said Wednesday.
Eric Bangeman / Ars Technica:
AT&T boosts DSL speeds; still playing tortoise to FiOS hare  —  AT&T has announced a much-needed speed boost for its U-Verse DSL service.  Beginning in February, the telecom will begin offering AT&T Yahoo! High Speed Internet Max, which will top out at 10Mbps down and 1.5Mbps up.
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Henry Blodget / Silicon Alley Insider:
Oh, My Aching Google...Down 10%!  —  Google's down almost $60 on the day, or more than 10%.  So here's our question:  —  How are all you folks who assured everyone that Google and search are recession proof feeling?  Are you backing up the truck?  Or are you beginning to think we might have a point?
Discussion: Brier Dudley's blog
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Stacey Higginbotham / GigaOM:   Google Stock Plummets: Blame It On the Lemmings
InfoWorld:
Sources: Vista SP1 due out in next few weeks  —  The wait is nearly over for the first service pack for Windows Vista, according to sources close to Microsoft.  —  Microsoft has said the highly anticipated service pack would be out in the first quarter of this year, but some say it could be available …
Matt / Photo Matt:
On Ma.tt  —  A few weeks ago I twittered I was heading to the bank to wire money for a life change.  People got excited, and assumed I was buying a house, fancy car, plane, company, jewelry... it was really amusing to see where people's imagination went.  I'm afraid the truth is much less exciting, at least to other people.
Jacqui Cheng / Ars Technica:
The truth about the iPhone's sales numbers  —  The iPhone has managed to stay atop the news almost constantly since its launch last June—and sales haven't been too shabby either.  Market research firm Gartner said that the company managed to capture 20 percent of smartphone sales during …
Caroline McCarthy / CNET News.com:
Facebook moves into international translation efforts  —  As has been long expected, Facebook has begun to work on making its service available in multiple languages as it expands internationally—and it's doing so by utilizing the power of its millions of users by enlisting them to volunteer a few minutes.
Discussion: All Facebook and Inside Facebook
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Ben Worthen / Business Technology:
IBM's Salary Cuts  —  IBM last week raised its earnings outlook for 2008.  One reason it may make more money: IBM is cutting salaries for 7,600 employees by 15%.  —  The move is in response to a legal settlement over whether tech-support workers - the people who help businesses install …
Wilson Rothman / Gizmodo:
Canon PowerShot SD1100 IS: Entry-Level Elph Gets Image Stabilizer and Five Color Choices  —  Last year, Canon's entry-level Digital Elph was the 7-megapixel PowerShot SD1000.  Priced at $250, it was thin and pretty but not quite a powerhouse.  This year, the SD1100 IS adds image stabilization without growing …
Discussion: Engadget and Electronista
 
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Brian Stelter / New York Times:
Growing Online, BBC Is to Join With MySpace
Austin Modine / The Register:
MPAA admits movie piracy study is 29% full of @$#%
Discussion: Digital Daily
Electronista:
Canon unveils 12-megapixel EOS Rebel XSi
Nilay Patel / Engadget:
Apple crippling OS X debugging tool to protect iTunes DRM?
Kevin Poulsen / Wired News:
Pillaged MySpace Photos Show Up in Massive BitTorrent Download
Mark Glaser / MediaShift:
Digging Deeper::  BusinessWeek.com Pushes into Aggregation …
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Ryan Paul / Ars Technica:
KDE goes cross-platform with Windows, Mac OS X support
David Goetzl / MediaPost Publications:
BET Pulls Controversial Section From Web Site
Discussion: WebProNews and MarketingVOX
Rich Miller / Data Center Knowledge:
Web Outages and Damage Control 2.0
Rafat Ali / paidContent.org:
Blog Ad Network Federated Media Hires Banker To Vet
Robin Sidel / Wall Street Journal:
Cheer Up, Ben: Your Economy Isn't As Bad as This One