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2:45 PM ET, September 6, 2009

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Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten / The Next Web Blog:
Technorati now hiring bloggers (and biting the hand that feeds them?) … Technorati used to be the darling of the Blogging industry.  Unfortunately they have lost some of their shine in these past years with declining market share, bugs and downtime, and an unclear strategy for the future.
Shane Richmond / blogs.telegraph.co.uk:
Google UFO logo ‘mystery’ solved  —  The internet was apparently baffled yesterday when Google changed its logo to show a UFO abducting one of Google's Os.  Our story on the “mystery” is currently our most-viewed technology story, with 220 comments.  —  While some of our readers are speculating …
Marco.org:
This Wednesday (September 9th) is Apple's annual iPod event, where they're likely to refresh most or all of the iPod lineup like they've done at nearly every fall iPod event.  —  The iPod line is admittedly lower-profile since many Apple fanatics have switched to iPhones …
Discussion: CrunchGear
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Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider:
Apple To Kill Off iPod Classic, Double Down On Touch, iPhone Developer Predicts  —  Apple's annual iPod/iTunes product event will take place this Wednesday in San Francisco.  In addition to announcing new iTunes features, Apple will almost certainly introduce an updated version of the iPod touch …
Discussion: Edible Apple
Matt / WordPress:
How to Keep WordPress Secure  —  Filed under Development, Security.  —  A stitch in time saves nine.  I couldn't sew my way out of a bag, but it's true advice for bloggers as well — a little bit of work on an upgrade now saves a lot of work fixing something later.
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Robert Scoble / Scobleizer:
I don't feel safe with Wordpress, hackers broke in and took things
Scott Heiferman / New York Times:
The Pursuit of Community  —  I GREW up with four siblings who were 12 to 17 years older, so I was exposed early to the fields they were interested in — science, art and business — and the diversity influenced me.  When I was a preteen, I programmed an Apple II computer to manage the inventory for my parents' paint store.
Steve / The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs:
Asteroids, Part 2  —  Will we see a negative story in the Sunday New York Times business section tomorrow morning?  We would not be surprised.  Pogue will try to stop it, of course, especially since he raved about Snowy and called it “Apple's sleek upgrade” then turned around and admitted …
Randall Stross / New York Times:
Texting?  No, Just Trying to Read Chapter 6  —  IN our digital age, miniaturization rules.  This is a welcome thing — in most cases.  Squeezing two billion transistors onto a small chip?  All good.  Squeezing an enormous printed textbook down to iPhone-size?  Not so good.
Discussion: TeleRead
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
As Other Real-Time Search Engines Fizzle, OneRiot Gets Some Early Traction  —  While there have been many real-time search engine launches over the past few months (Scoopler, Topsy, Collecta, CrowdEye), most of them so far have fizzled (see Google Website Trends chart above).
Ben Parr / Mashable!:
Google Wave: 5 Ways It Could Change the Web  —  Google Wave arrives on September 30th.  On that day, Google will start sending out 100,000 invites to non-developers to its much-anticipated real-time communication platform.  —  It's not even released and it's generating more hype than almost any other web product in recent memory.
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Paul Graham:
The Anatomy of Determination  —  Like all investors, we spend a lot of time trying to learn how to predict which startups will succeed.  We probably spend more time thinking about it than most, because we invest the earliest.  Prediction is usually all we have to rely on.
Discussion: bijan sabet
Arn / Touch Arcade:
C64 Emulator Approved by Apple and Now Available  —  Manomio's Commodore 64 emulator [$4.99] has finally been approved by Apple.  We first reported on the project back in June, after Manomio had received their first rejection from Apple.  The rejection was particularly disappointing considering …
Discussion: MacRumors and Sean Percival's Blog
 
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Matt Buchanan / Gizmodo:
Mac OS X Snow Leopard: The Complete Guide
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George Chen / Reuters:
Ex-Google China chief to fund Chinese tech start-ups
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Meg / meish dot org:
The many ways in which the experience of Twitter's development …
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Matthew Moore / Telegraph:
50 things that are being killed by the internet
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Why I switched from PHP to Python
Leander Kahney / Cult of Mac:
Icon Porn: Feast Your Eyes On Snow Leopard's Beautiful Icons
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Jonathan Ansfield / New York Times:
China Web Sites Seeking Users' Names
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Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
Google bigotry  —  Google has an image problem - not a PR problem …
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