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12:10 AM ET, May 26, 2009

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Biz / Twitter Blog:
Twitter Goes Hollywood?  —  The web is abuzz today with talk of a “Twitter TV show.”  I'm even getting folks asking me if they can audition.  Indeed, there are a lot of interesting developments happening in the television space—MTV, G4, CNN, E! and various independent production companies …
Discussion: Mashable!, Dealscape and Howard Lindzon
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Jon Swartz / USA Today:
Twitter has millions tweeting in public communication service  —  SAN FRANCISCO — It's tea time at Twitter.  While that may evoke images of courtly discussion over Earl Grey and finger sandwiches, it's quite another thing at Silicon Valley's new “it” company.
Discussion: Wall Street Journal
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Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
Twitter's Biz Stone: Thoughts On Repositioning Twitter, Search Ads, The Twitter Ecosystem & More  —  Earlier this week, I talked with Twitter cofounder Biz Stone on a variety of issues about Twitter but especially focused around search.  In the interview, he discussed: how Twitter may redesign …
Discussion: Mark Evans
Paul Boutin / VentureBeat:
Video parodies Microsoft's vision of the future  —  You're working today?  Kick back with IGN's saracastic re-narration of a Microsoft blue-sky video we blogged a while back.  My favorite aspect of this utopia is it runs two and a half minutes without a layoff.
Ian Paul / PC World:
Microsoft May Rename Live Search ‘Bing’: Massive Ad Campaign Planned  —  Microsoft's new search engine is reportedly dumping its codename, Kumo, in favor of the brand name Bing.  To get the word out Microsoft is planning a massive advertising campaign to launch its new search brand.
Joe Sharkey / New York Times:
In-Flight Entertainment That Begins With Wi-Fi  —  BY the end of this year, about 1,000 airplanes flying domestic routes will have Wi-Fi service, according to Aircell, the company that has done nearly all of the Wi-Fi installations so far.  By the end of next year, 2,000 planes will have the service, Aircell says.
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CellPassion:
Nokia Rover is an N97 killer Internet tablet  —  Nokia might be putting up a brave face and donating Symbian OS to the Symbian Foundation, but the truth is the Finnish giant is planning to convert its Internet Tablet platform Maemo into something that can be used for its future smartphones.
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John Herrman / Gizmodo:
June 1st New Yorker Cover Drawn Entirely on the iPhone  —  Artist Jorge Colombo took about an hour to fingerpaint an intricate Times Square scene on his iPhone using Brushes, a $4.99 iPhone drawing app.  Now, it's the June 1st cover for The New Yorker.  —  I'm guessing the editors …
Arn / MacRumors:
Unreleased iPhone2,1 Icon Reveals No Major Physical Changes?  —  A MacTalk.com.au forum thread reveals that the unreleased “iPhone2,1” model that has been previously referenced actually includes its own icon within the iPhone 3.0 SDK.  The icon, however, appears identical to the iPhone1,2 model which represents the current iPhone 3G.
Dwight / blogs.chron.com:
Can you trust that new PC to be malware-free?  —  When you unbox a brand new computer, you presume that it's lean, clean and pristine, right?  The last thing you expect to find on a new system is malware.  —  However, that's one of the first things researchers at Kaspersky Labs found …
Discussion: digg.com
Room for Debate:
One Tweet Over the Line  —  There seems no part of public, private or commercial life that hasn't been made more accessible through social networking tools like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.  Hospitals are posting videos of surgeries on YouTube and doctors are sending tweets from operating rooms …
Stromdotcom / Stromcode:
The Incredible App Store Hype  —  The hype surrounding the iPhone App Store continues to persist.  It's been called a gold rush, and stories of one man teams making hundreds of thousands of dollars almost overnight abound.  But what does that mean for you, if you want to get into the game?
Discussion: TechCrunch
ongoing:
The Web vs. the Fallacies  —  Here at Sun, the Fallacies of Distributed Computing have long been a much-revered lesson.  Furthermore, I personally think they're pretty much spot-on.  But these days, you don't often find them coming up in conversations about building big networked systems.
 
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Rik Ferguson / Counter Measures:
Orange.fr compromised - 245,000 clear text passwords exposed?
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Brian Stelter / New York Times:
Payoff Over a Web Sensation Is Elusive
Discussion: paidContent.org and CinemaTech
Joseph Tartakoff / paidContent.org:
The Man Who Owns LiveSearch.com (No, He Doesn't Work For Microsoft)
Discussion: TechFlash