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10:45 PM ET, June 22, 2008

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Brokep / Copy me happy:
FRA  —  Earlier this week the Swedish stasi-government decided - against the peoples wishes - to wiretap all internet and telephone traffic in order to protect Sweden against threats.  As you all know, being a neutral country makes Sweden a target for all the terrorists of the world, apparantly.
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Thomas Mennecke / Slyck:
SSL Encrpytion Coming to The Pirate Bay  —  Encryption and file-sharing technology have a long history together.  Usenet servers, LimeWire, uTorrent, and many other applications and protocols have taken advantage of encryption technology to help give the end user an additional layer of security.
Newsweek:
Return of the '70s Weirdos  —  That photo of 11 weirdos in '70s clothes you may have seen on the Internet really is the original Microsoft team, snapped Dec. 7, 1978, on the eve of the company's move from Albuquerque, N.M., to Seattle.  Almost 30 years later, a few weeks before Bill Gates's departure …
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Jason Perlow / Between the Lines:
The harsh reality of suburban broadband  —  Like millions of other Americans and many of New York City's “bridge and tunnel” crowd, I live in the 'burbs.  While I do a great deal of travel for my full time job, I am also classified as a “mobile” employee, so I'm not formally attached to an office …
Discussion: VoIP Watch and DSLreports
Arn / MacRumors:
Adobe Photoshop CS4 Interface and Screenshots  —  Previously unpublished Mac Photoshop CS4 screenshot, click for larger  —  Adobe seems to be hard at work at Adobe Creative Suite 4*.  In May, they released public betas of CS4 versions of Dreamweaver, Fireworks, and Soundbooth.
Discussion: Cult of Mac
Rafat Ali / paidContent.org:
Forget Digital Music, Beatles On Talks For Video Games  —  Beatles representative, who haven't yet reached a deal to offer the band's music online, are now in talks with two video games companies for a Beatles-themed video game, in a move that could pave the way for a broader licensing …
Discussion: Silicon Alley Insider
David Wharton / Los Angeles Times:
Wild times for sports blogs may be nearing an end  —  Bloggers say they are being more careful about what goes out on the Internet.  —  A rumor found its way onto the Internet recently.  —  It involved a high-profile athlete.  It was scandalous.  And entirely unconfirmed.
Serkan Toto / TechCrunch:
Video Comments The Japanese Way (Nico Nico Douga)  —  Can a geek-driven video portal beat YouTube in Japan?  —  One of the most spectacular success stories in the Asian web market is currently being written by Nico Nico Douga ("smiling videos"), a video sharing platform from Japan.
Dave Itzkoff / New York Times:
The Shootout Over Hidden Meanings in a Video Game  —  Prepared for Combat A scene from Metal Gear Solid 4.  Is there a message about American domination?  At right, real life in Iraq.  —  If there's a subject that's as contentious as war itself, it might be a video game about war.
Discussion: PS3 Fanboy, CrunchGear and Kotaku
Industry Standard:
Montreal's public bike system integrates Web, RFID  —  With gas prices climbing daily, many commuters are looking for a more economic (and ecologically responsible) way to travel.  Treehugger reports that the City of Montreal has launched one possible solution: the Public Bike System.
Discussion: Today @ PC World, Engadget and Slashdot
Henry Work / TechCrunch:
CrunchBase: Now With Maps, Advanced Search, Jobs, And Milestones  —  We're proud to announce today a slew of new improvements to CrunchBase, our directory for information about the tech startup ecosystem.  —  Maps  —  Company and financial organization headquarters are now geocoded …
Peter Kafka / Silicon Alley Insider:
SAI Debate: How Much Money Can YouTube Make?  Mark Cuban Vs. Citi's Mark Mahaney  —  Is YouTube a bottomless money pit?  Or is the world's dominant video site an asset that might eventually contribute real revenue for Google (GOOG)?  —  Mark Cuban, the billionaire Web video entrepreneur …
 
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Gregg Keizer / Computerworld:
Researchers spot Mac Trojan in the wild
Cyndy Aleo-Carreira / Profy.Com:
Sure, Facebook Looks Good in Chinese and in Russian, But Is It Even Wanted?
Discussion: Mashable!
PC World:
Nearly Half of IT Workers Snoop in Confidential Files
Discussion: Gizmodo and Digg
Malatesta / WMExperts:
Sprint Treo 800w date confirmed: July 13th
Michael Masnick / Techdirt:
Less Well Known Musicians Embracing ‘Pay What You Want’
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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
A Peek Inside Google's Gmail Usability Lab
Steve Rubel / Micro Persuasion:
Three Little Tips for Capturing Info Bits Quickly
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Jessica Bown / Times of London:
The iPhone's shocking cost of international downloads
Steve Gillmor / TechCrunch:
Surviving the Net  —  Who controls TinyURL (or Snurl …
 

 
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