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11:20 AM ET, March 1, 2008

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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Technorati To Launch Blogger Advertising Network  —  Through a variety of sources we've confirmed that Technorati is making plans for a major shift in its going forward strategy, and is also considering a number of corporate development transactions.  —  First, they've been pitching venture capitalists on another round of financing.
Sramana Mitra / Forbes:
The Coming Death Of Indian Outsourcing  —  India is riding high on outsourcing.  —  Information technology and IT-enabled services will employ 4 million people in 2008 and account for 7% of gross domestic product and 33% of India's foreign-exchange inflows, according to Nasscom, an Indian IT industry organization.
Jonathan D. Glater / New York Times:
Judge Reverses His Order Disabling Web Site  —  SAN FRANCISCO — A federal judge on Friday withdrew his earlier order disabling a Web site that allows the anonymous posting of documents to discourage unethical behavior in governments and corporations.  —  On Feb. 15, the judge …
Discussion: p2pnet
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Mathew / mathewingram.com/work:
Google to ComScore: You owe us $15-billion  —  Earlier this week, comScore released a report looking at Google's click-through rates for January, which showed a precipitous decline — and that in turn caused a similar precipitous decline in the company's share price, slicing about $15-billion …
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Owen Thomas / Valleywag:
Why the TED list is troubling  —  Chris Anderson, the organizer of the TED conference, has complained, not to me, not to my boss, but to my boss's boss about our publishing the complete list of his 1,198 attendees.  Anderson — not to be confused with the Chris Anderson who edits Wired — finds it “troubling.”
Underwire / Wired:
First Look: New Dungeons & Dragons Stats Leak to Web  —  The Dungeons & Dragons Experience is going strong out in Arlington, Virginia, and delicious material is being leaked onto the web at a steady pace.  —  Wizards of the Coast, the current custodians of the D&D universe …
Discussion: Slashdot
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Totspot - It's A Social Network For Babies  —  Ok, it's a bit ridiculous that social networks for every conceivable market demographic exist.  But I'm guessing, based on the success of Maya's Mom (acquired in August 2007 by BabyCenter) and other social sites around parenting, that New York based Totspot could find a profitable niche.
Discussion: Favorite {fvrit} Blog
Dion Almaer / Ajaxian:
Firefox 3 Performance Numbers  —  Moving on from the “let me use that API” conversation and only some real stuff, urandom (thanks for the comment) let us know about the Cybernet News article on Firefox 3 performance.  —  They are reporting that Firefox 3 is now faster than Safari 3 …
Discussion: Favorite {fvrit} Blog
Tony Smith / The Register:
iPhone jailbreak tools updated to open firmware 1.1.4  —  The latest version of iPhone activation, jailbreaking and unlocking tool, ZiPhone, has been released.  The tool promises full access to Apple's handset in under five minutes.  —  The update, which takes ZiPhone to version 2.5 in its command line …
InfoWorld:
Civil rights groups: FCC should allow network management  —  The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) should allow broadband providers to manage their networks and slow “bandwidth hogs,” despite concerns that such practices arbitrarily target some customers, said a coalition of seven civil rights groups.
Discussion: Rich vs Reach and Techdirt
Jason Harris / GigaOM:
2008, the Year the Mobile Market Gets Touch-y  —  Of all the technology subsectors out there right now, the one with the most promise is the mobile platform.  This is true for many reasons, notably that:  — Your mobile phone is always on your person, making it a lucrative market for advertisers.
Discussion: PalmAddicts
Allen Stern / CenterNetworks:
Calacanis Wants to Ban Affiliate Links; What About Banning Employee Linking?  —  Jason Calacanis, CEO of Weblogs 2.0 service Mahalo, has apparently left the world of pissing off SEO folk and is now pissing off affiliate folk.  This time he wonders if the search engines (including Google …
 
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Microsoft cuts Vista prices to urge upgrades
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Josh Catone / ReadWriteWeb:
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Cameron Wilmot / TweakTown:
MSI employs Stirling Engine Theory
Electronista:
Source: Apple may not restrict free iPhone apps
Janko Roettgers / NewTeeVee:
NBC: P2P Is Evil — Except When We Use It
Discussion: eWeek
David P. Hamilton / VentureBeat:
The Health 2.0 glut, and how one startup adapts
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Andy Plesser / Beet.TV:
Google Traffic to Ungated NYTimes.com has Doubled, Report
Alex Papadimoulis / The Daily WTF:
Best of the Sidebar: So You Hacked Our Site!?
Discussion: p2pnet and Digg
Duncan Riley / TechCrunch:
Ask May Dump Teoma For Google, Layoff 100 People
Chris Walters / Consumerist:
Comcast Will Charge You $2 To Stop Sending You Junk Mail
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Breaking News: CVP Will Poole Certifies Another Laptop as Vista “Capable”
Discussion: Bloomberg
Josh Catone / ReadWriteWeb:
35 Ways to Stream Your Life
Chris Albrecht / NewTeeVee:
Dear Comcast, Why Is My DVR So Dumb?
Wilson Rothman / Gizmodo:
Time Capsule Initial Verdict: Smooth Sailing, No Surprises
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