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11:00 PM ET, April 19, 2008

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Larry Dignan / Between the Lines:
Exclusive: Pictures of Psystar's corporate home; Clone maker's store is open  —  As this Psystar saga turns-the alleged Mac clone maker is either an overwhelmed legitimate business, a scam or something in between-it's helpful to have some feet on the street.
Discussion: Gizmodo, Hardware 2.0 and p2pnet
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Tom Krazit / One More Thing:
Psystar store is back up, orders on the way  —  Psystar finally managed to get its Internet store back up and running Saturday, and promised that all Mac clones ordered to date will soon be on the way.  —  if you haven't been following the saga of Psystar, check out our coverage this week.
Brian Caulfield / Forbes:
Meet The Mac-Clone Mystery Man
Discussion: The Boy Genius Report
MacNN:
Will Apple open a store in Second Life?  —  On April 17, 2008, the US Patent & Trademark Office published Apple's patent application titled Enhancing Online Shopping Atmosphere .  Apple's patent generally relates to improving the experiences that online-shoppers may have at an online Apple Store, sometime in the future.
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Encyclopedia Britannica Now Free For Bloggers  —  Encyclopedia Britannica often is used in case studies as a definitive example of how new technology can disrupt a business.  Everything was great for the nearly 250 year old privately held company until the Internet came around and a Category Five hurricaned on their parade.
Dion Almaer / Ajaxian:
Yahoo! BrowserPlus: The rumour is true  —  Awhile back I heard a rumour that Yahoo! had a “Gears-like” project that was cancelled.  I thought this was a shame, as having Yahoo! pushing the browser would be a great thing, and I wished that we could all join forces and push together.
Discussion: Profy.Com, Mashable! and TechCrunch
Richard MacManus / ReadWriteWeb:
ReadWriteWeb Turns 5  —  On 20 April, 2003, ReadWriteWeb was born.  My first post here was appropriately entitled The Read/Write Web and it began: “The World Wide Web in 2003 is beginning to fulfil the hopes that Tim Berners-Lee had for it over 10 years ago when he created it.”
Randall Stross / New York Times:
Struggling to Evade the E-Mail Tsunami  —  E-MAIL has become the bane of some people's professional lives.  Michael Arrington, the founder of TechCrunch, a blog covering new Internet companies, last month stared balefully at his inbox, with 2,433 unread e-mail messages, not counting 721 messages awaiting his attention in Facebook.
Andrew / NotebookReview.com:
Asus Sets Eee PC 900 U.S. Launch for May 12th  —  Asus informed us this evening that the Eee PC 900 will hit the store shelves in the U.S. on May 12th.  The Linux and Windows XP loaded version of this 8.9" version of the Eee PC will both cost $549.  —  The Eee PC 900 has already been released …
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Justin Smith / Inside Facebook:
MySpace viral channels: notifications coming April 30, invitations coming late May  —  myspace viral channels  —  While developers wait on the MySpace Platform to launch many long-awaited viral channels, Max Newbould, lead developer and product owner of the MySpace Developer Platform, told developers in an IRC channel yesterday that:
Discussion: Mashable!
Ryan McIntire / The Greener Grass:
Papyrus  —  With the growing popularity and widespread use of communication tools like texting, Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter, today's students are more connected than ever.  However, few educational solutions take advantage of these tools.  Some schools use software like Blackboard, but the interfaces are clunky and outdated.
Discussion: Gadgetell, Engadget and GottaBeMobile
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Ning Worth Half A Billion Dollars  —  Social network platform Ning joined Slide in the Half Billion Dollar Club by raising $60 million (after banker fees) on a $500 million pre-money valuation.  Like Slide, Ning used influential investment bank Allen & Co. to represent them in the deal.
Andy Space / 9 to 5 Mac:
Paypal denies Safari-blocking reports  —  News in brief: There's been multiple reports claiming PayPal plans to block Safari users from using its service on account of the browser's lack of built-in anti-phishing features.  —  The Safari block has been mooted as part of a package of moves …
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Bloomberg:
Managers Among 4,650 Losing AT&T Jobs  —  AT&T said Friday that it would eliminate the jobs of about 4,650 workers, trimming the managerial ranks in its fading home phone business after more than $100 billion in acquisitions.  —  The decision covers about 1.5 percent of the work force …
Discussion: WebGuild and VoIP Watch
 
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Darren Waters / BBC NEWS | dot.life:
May the force be with you  —  Forget multi-touch …
Discussion: Gizmodo and Engadget
Sascha Segan / Gearlog:
New Satellite Phone Runs Windows Mobile, Has No Visible Antenna
Leslie Kaufman / New York Times:
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Paul McDougall / InformationWeek:
Apple Ends Stealth Safari Installs Via Software Update For Windows
Discussion: Today @ PC World
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Jesus Diaz / Gizmodo:
Visual Search Engine Coming to iPhone in June
Ben Kuchera / Ars Technica:
Gaming appearing recession proof as Wii, DS dominate sales
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Cory Bohon / The Unofficial Apple Weblog:
AT&T WiFi portal for iPhone users shows up at Starbucks
Discussion: IntoMobile, 1FPS and VoIP Watch
 

 
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