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8:30 PM ET, October 11, 2008

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CNET News:
Calacanis: Apple to release networked HDTVs  —  Yesterday I spent a couple of hours here at the office with Valleywag's most cherished and adored tech celebrity, Jason Calacanis.  Love him or hate him, the bloke's got contacts, and he confirmed to me that he knew first-hand that Apple was working on a networked television.
Edible Apple:
Kevin Rose drops MacBook Blu-Ray Rumor at Live Diggnation event  —  At the live Diggnation that was just held in London as part of the “Future of Web Apps” Expo, Kevin Rose enlightened us with yet another juicy rumor.  He claimed that the new and yet to be announced MacBooks will support Blu-Ray drives.
Lawrence Lessig / Wall Street Journal:
In Defense of Piracy  —  Digital technology has made it easy to create new works from existing art, but copyright law has yet to catch up.  —  In early February 2007, Stephanie Lenz's 13-month-old son started dancing.  Pushing a walker across her kitchen floor, Holden Lenz started moving …
Discussion: it.gen.nz
Fred / A VC:
Don't Shoot The Messenger  —  I've detected a bit of irritation, and even cynicism about the motives of Sequoia, Benchmark, Ron Conway, and others (including me perhaps) in the venture capital business who have been publicly and privately advising their portfolio companies and entrepreneurs everywhere …
Molly Peterson / Bloomberg:
Google Rewires Washington in Challenge to Microsoft  —  Oct. 10 (Bloomberg) — Vivek Kundra, recruited to Washington to overhaul city computer networks plagued by cost overruns and viruses, treats his projects like stocks.  The biggest “buy” on his trading floor is Google Inc.
Twitter Status:
IM: Not coming soon  —  In October 2006, just three months after Twitter launched publicly, we added IM support—i.e., the ability to get and send tweets via XMPP/Jabber/Google Talk.  I was a big fan of this feature, because this interface, which millions of people were already familiar with …
Discussion: TechCrunchIT
Robert Scoble / Scobleizer:
The startup squeeze  —  Startups that don't have revenues or a business model, like Seesmic or Twitter, are going to get squeezed big time in the next six months.  Already we've seen how Seesmic responded to that coming squeeze yesterday.  It got skinnier to make the squeeze easier to take.
Discussion: Webmetricsguru
Associated Press:
New machine prints sheets of light  —  NISKAYUNA, New York (AP) — On a bank of the Mohawk River, a windowless industrial building of corrugated steel hides something that could make floor lamps, bedside lamps, wall sconces and nearly every other household lamp obsolete.  —  It's a machine that prints lights.
David Sarno / Web Scout:
Brave New Films sues Michael Savage over YouTube takedown  —  Brave New Films, the Web video production company run by liberal filmmaker Robert Greenwald ("Outfoxed," Walmart: The High Cost of Low Price"), is suing conservative talk-show host Michael Savage in a copyright dispute that hinges …
Discussion: The Utube Blog
Robert McMillan / PC World:
Mafiaboy Grows Up; a Hacker Seeks Redemption  —  The Internet attack took Yahoo engineers by surprise.  It came so fast and with such intensity that Yahoo, then the Web's second most-popular destination, was knocked offline for about three hours.  —  That was on the morning of Feb. 7, 2000.
Brian Nadel / Computerworld:
Sprint's 4G Xohm WiMax: How fast is it?  —  In our hands-on tests, the new Xohm network was fast and smooth — but for now, you have to be in Baltimore.  —  Computerworld) With most American mobile data networks busy trying to deliver third-generation (3G) mobile wireless access to traveling businesspeople …
Discussion: CrunchGear and Slashdot
Elizabeth Montalbano / PC World:
Microsoft Sues DHL After Train Dumps 21,600 Xboxes  —  Microsoft is suing U.S.-based cargo-delivery service DHL Express for allegedly losing 21,600 Xbox game consoles because of a train derailment in Texas, according to court documents.  —  In a complaint filed in the U.S. District Court …
Discussion: Engadget and Gizmodo
 
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Thomas Claburn / InformationWeek:
Google Gmail, Other Apps, Vulnerable To Attack
Discussion: The Register and Aviv Raff On .NET
Alex Chitu / Google Operating System:
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Yahoo! Search Blog:
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Dusan / IntoMobile:
Chinese Nokia 5800 XpressMusic to come sans 3G, WiFi
Discussion: Gizmodo and Engadget
Paul Boutin / Valleywag:
Stupid rock band totally pwns Google
Discussion: The Globe and Mail
Saul Hansell / New York Times:
Verizon Wireless Plans to Charge Companies Sending Text Messages
Discussion: Obsessable and Public Knowledge
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Matt Marshall / VentureBeat:
Expect to see start-ups and VCs hit standoff over valuations
Discussion: pedatacenter.com
Brady Forrest / O'Reilly Radar:
Over 300 iPhone Apps Use Location Look-Ups
Discussion: Wi-Fi Networking News
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
YouTube to Offer TV Shows With Ads Strewn Through
Discussion: The Utube Blog
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Team Cyprus Move To Undo “The Video”
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