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11:10 PM ET, April 20, 2008

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Henry Work / TechCrunch:
Who Are The Top Tech Bloggers?  —  We've been analyzing historical TechMeme data to dig a little deeper than the leaderboard information on the site that shows top blogs over the trailing 30 days.  We're slicing the data in a number of ways and will publish in shortly on CrunchBase.
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MG Siegler / ParisLemon:
Top Tech Bloggers: #34 + #38 = #8 (Bitchmeme Watch)  —  TechCrunch has taken the Techmeme Leaderboard and extracted the top authors since the beginning of this year.  Not surprisingly, Mike Arrington of TechCrunch is #1 with Erick and Duncan of TechCrunch coming in at #2 and #4 respectively.
Mathew / mathewingram.com/work:
Trolling for links: The top tech bloggers  —  As we all know, the number one rule of the blogosphere is that you must write about the blogosphere (it's like the opposite of the Fight Club), and in the absence of a “bitchmeme” for this weekend — although Twitter's intermittent issues come close …
Allen Stern / CenterNetworks:
My Life on Facebook as a Woman and Why Social Network Advertising Doesn't Work  —  Last weekend I joked around on Twitter regarding the ads I see on Facebook on the left menu.  As a single man in my 30s, the ads are always sexual in nature — some examples: “Hot Singles Waiting For You” and “30s Singles Looking for Love”, etc.
Discussion: HipMojo.com
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Charles Hudson / Charles Hudson's Weblog:
Social Networking Advertising - It Will Be Even Harder than we Think  —  I've had a few experiences in the past few weeks that continue to bolster my belief that monetizing social networks and communities will continue to be a lot harder than people think.  —  1. I posted a question on Twitter …
Discussion: HipMojo.com and broadstuff
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Sources: Microsoft Signs Letter Of Intent To Acquire Xobni  —  Two independent sources tell us that the Microsoft/Xobni deal is moving along and that Microsoft signed an acquisition LOI in the last week.  I have not yet been able to track down the price, but a previous offer of sub-$20 million was supposedly rejected by Xobni.
Discussion: HipMojo.com, Zoli's Blog and A VC
Alex Mindlin / New York Times:
Staying in the Orbit of Satellite Radio  —  When satellite-radio customers are asked whether they will keep their subscriptions through the end of the year, they answer differently depending on whether they have sought out the service or received it free through radios already installed in new or leased cars.
Scott Karp / Publishing 2.0:
Join The Web Content Conservation Movement  —  The other day Erick Schonfeld wrote a post about how he's feeling even more overwhelmed by new web content steams like Twitter and FriendFeed, and how he's desperately in need of a better filter.  I certainly agree with Erick's clarion call …
Discussion: TomsTechBlog.com and Mashable!
Ionut Alex Chitu / Google Operating System:
Recent Searches To Influence Google's Results  —  Danny Sullivan reported earlier this month that Google will start to personalize search results based on the previous query.  “For example, if someone were to search for [spain] and then [travel] after that, BOTH the ads and the organic results …
Richard Swinburne / bit-tech.net:
Inside the Eee PC 900  —  I know, we've probably been all Eee'd out for a few months; well, at least until Atom gets here.  But there was this niggling itch to break stuff, and it was sitting there, and this is bit-tech after all...  Where can we find that extra 16GB of SSD storage?
MG Siegler / ParisLemon:
If Twitter Breaks in the Woods and No One Can Tweet About It, Is It Really Broken?  —  I noticed a few people thinking the same thing as me today: is everyone taking a break from Twitter?  People do get burnt out from the web after all and it was a pretty nice weekend day in a lot of cities.
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Jonathan Skillings / CNET News.com:
Twitter hiccups through a semi-outage
Discussion: Get Satisfaction and Mashable!
Ryan / Carsonified:
The problem with Web Mission  —  I've noticed that TechCrunch is fully supporting Web Mission '08 and I just can't hold my tongue any longer.  —  Web Mission exemplifies everything that's wrong with the UK and European web start-up scene.  —  The description from their site says:
Discussion: TechCrunch UK
Robin Harris / Storage Bits:
Holographic storage ships next month!  —  Even since astronaut Frank Bowman disconnected the HAL 9000's holographic memory in 2001: A Space Odyssey techies have been wondering when we could buy real holographic storage.  Now we know: May, 2008.  —  Promising super-high density …
Discussion: TECH.BLORGE.com and Digg
Dan Goodin / The Register:
ISP typo pimping exposes users to fraudulent web pages  —  Find out how to eradicate 99.7% of spam  —  ToorCon Comcast, Verizon and at least 70 other internet service providers are putting their customers at serious risk in their quest to make money from mistyped web addresses, security researcher Dan Kaminsky says.
Discussion: Security to the Core
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