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10:45 PM ET, May 11, 2008

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Kara Swisher / BoomTown:
Facebook's CTO D'Angelo To Leave  —  Facebook CTO Adam D'Angelo will leave the company.  —  BoomTown called Facebook PR last week about the rumor of D'Angelo's departure, but did not get a response.  The company confirmed the departure by D'Angelo (pictured here) tonight.
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Eric Eldon / VentureBeat:
Facebook CTO Adam D'Angelo to leave the company  —  Quiet Facebook cofounder and chief technology officer Adam D'Angelo is leaving the company, one source tells me.  D'Angelo announced the news internally this past Friday the source says — and Facebook has just confirmed.
Steve / The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs:
Why Dell will not bounce back  —  I love Charles Cooper of CNET and I respect the fact that he's got to print so many column inches per week in order to earn his paycheck but I have to take issue with his latest effort (see here) where he tries to argue that while Dell looks like crap today …
Discussion: HipMojo.com and Howard Lindzon
MG Siegler / VentureBeat:
Reports of the 3G iPhone's imminent release may be slightly exaggerated  —  The hype and speculation around the 3G iPhone are mounting quickly.  Yesterday, it was uncovered that an “Enable 3G” button was part of the latest beta firmware update for the device.
Discussion: MacRumors and Engadget Mobile
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Charles Jade / Infinite Loop:
iPhone uber alles  —  Philip Elmer-DeWitt at Fortune provides content for a slow weekend, as we ponder Apple's strategy for world iPhone domination.  What's amusing is the visual representation is a classic strategy to winning the board game, secure the Western Hemisphere first—only three points of attack!
Aidan Malley / AppleInsider:
Online Apple Stores run dry of iPhones
Steve Gillmor / TechCrunch:
The Blood Brain Barrier  —  Most of my time these days is spent crossing the blood-brain barrier between Twitter and the rest of the cloud.  Twitter stands on one side, a coursing stream of social data emanating from an ad-hoc framework of asynchronous follows and vanity track filtering.
Discussion: Webomatica
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Nat Torkington / O'Reilly Radar:
Teaching Kids Programming  —  For the last two years I've taught a computer club at the local primary school.  I'd get six or eight kids aged 8-10 for two hours at a time, once a week for three or four weeks.  They varied in previous experience from “have computer at home and play games on it all the time” …
Noam Cohen / New York Times:
Craig (of the List) Looks Beyond the Web  —  Imagine what it might have been like to be Dr. Kleenex.  You invent a modern miracle, the cheap paper handkerchief, and suddenly you become the person blamed for America's disposable culture, praised for a more convenient life, or both.
Ernesto / TorrentFreak:
IFPI Advises Kids to Use LimeWire and Kazaa  —  The campaign's leaflet (pdf) is distributed through schools and colleges, libraries, record stores, teaching portals and websites in 21 countries.  It advises kids and parents about the dangers of filesharing, and advises them to use …
Discussion: Mashable! and Digg
Dharmesh / Inside Windows Live Messenger:
URL Blocking: Problem now fixed  —  Greetings Messenger fans -  —  As some of you noticed, we had a problem from Friday night to Saturday morning where our Messenger service was incorrectly blocking some legitimate IP addresses.  We sincerely apologize for any difficulties this caused our users.
Ryan Spoon:
The Front Page Effect - Why I'd Rather Be on Techmeme than Digg, Mixx, etc  —  On Friday, I had my first Techmeme ‘headline’ and it offered the chance to compare what I refer to as “The Front Page Effect” - what happens when your website / article appears on the homepage of social news sites.
Peter Bright / Ars Technica:
IE8 to boost ActiveX security on Vista  —  ActiveX has long been regarded as a thorn in the side of Windows users everywhere; a gaping hole through which spyware and viruses can contaminate your PC and compromise your data.  Although much of the criticism leveled at ActiveX is excessively harsh …
Discussion: Cheap Hack
San Francisco Chronicle:
Yahoo working to stand alone after Microsoft deal's demise  —  Although badly bruised, Yahoo Inc. has the strength to stand alone in the aftermath of Microsoft Corp.'s abandoned takeover bid, provided the Sunnyvale Web portal can execute its strategy of making itself the premier destination …
Steven Musil / CNET News.com:
Stolen Mac helps nab burglary suspects  —  A remote desktop access feature found in some Macintoshes is being credited with leading police to two suspects in the burglary of an apartment in New York.  —  In addition to flat-screen TVs, iPods, and DVDs, the thieves made off with two laptop computers …
Discussion: Insanely Great Mac
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