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12:40 AM ET, November 30, 2009

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Arn / MacRumors:
Apple to Take iPhone's Maps App to ‘the Next Level’  —  MacRumors has found a new Apple job listing seeking an iPhone Software Engineer to join the iPhone and iPod Touch Maps team with the goal of taking the iPhone's built-in Maps App to “the next level”:
comScore, Inc.:
Black Friday Boasts $595 Million in U.S. Online Holiday Spending, Up 11 Percent Versus Year Ago  —  Strong Lead-Up to Black Friday Boosts Holiday Spending Growth to 3 Percent for the First 27 Days of the Season  —  comScore (NASDAQ : SCOR), a leader in measuring the digital world …
Loic Le Meur Blog:
More On Seesmic's Vision of Programmable Twitter clients  —  I announced during Ray Ozzie's keynote at the Microsoft PDC that Seesmic is building a programmable Twitter client so I am glad that Dave Winer likes this idea too and might be interested in building the first features.
Thanks:seesmic
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We need: A programmable Twitter client
Thanks:atul
Simone Weichselbaum / NY Daily News:
Gangs in New York talk Twitter: Use tweets to trash-talk rivals, plan fights  —  The city's street gangs are becoming tweet gangs.  —  Manhattan's young thugs have turned to Twitter, and the cops who track them are fast behind, the Daily News has learned.  —  It's old-school crime meets …
David Kaplan / paidContent:
AOL's Armstrong Orders Up News That's Automated And Advertorial  —  AOL's emphasis on expanding its content offerings predates CEO Tim Armstrong's arrival last spring.  But as the company prepares for its Dec. 9 spinoff, Armstrong has told the WSJ of his plans to Google-ize AOL's news …
Discussion: Wall Street Journal, Thanks:atul
David Carr / New York Times:
The Fall and Rise of Media  —  Historically, young women and men who sought to thrive in publishing made their way to Manhattan.  Once there, they were told, they would work in marginal jobs for indifferent bosses doing mundane tasks and then one day, if they did all of that without whimper or complaint …
Discussion: Gawker, Thanks:atul
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Only 8 Bugs Stand In The Way Of Chrome For Mac Beta  —  We know that a beta version of Chrome for Mac is due at least by the end of December, but today brings more confirmation that it may be even closer than that.  Mike Pinkerton, the guy leading the Chrome for Mac team …
Discussion: Erictric
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Tweetie 2.1 Hits The App Store With Lists, Retweets, Geolocation And More  —  Earlier this month we did a preview of Tweetie 2.1, the latest version of the popular iPhone Twitter client.  Today, it has just hit the App Store as a free download for Tweetie 2 owners.
Alexandria Sage / Reuters:
Barnes & Noble delays Nook shipments to stores  —  SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Barnes & Noble Inc (BKS.N) said on Sunday it would delay shipments of its newly launched Nook electronic reader to stores as the company strives to deliver preordered devices to consumers before the holidays.
TorrentWatcher / TorrentFreak:
10 Alternatives To Mininova  —  With an impressive 175,820,430 visits and close to a billion page views in the last 30 days, Mininova set a record that they will be unable to break in the near future.  Last August a Dutch court ruled that Mininova had to remove all links to ‘infringing’ torrent files, with disastrous consequences.
Harris Lin / DigiTimes:
Netronix developing e-book readers on Android platform  —  Network equipment maker Netronix is currently cooperating with Texas Instruments (TI) to develop e-book readers on the Android platform and expects shipments to top one million units in 2010, according to company chairman Arthur Lu.
Discussion: Engadget
Matt Buchanan / Gizmodo:
The Killed Windows 7 Family Guy Special Even More Horrible Than I Imagined  —  Microsoft's posted the clips from Family Guy's killed hackathon that would've shilled for Windows 7, and they're even more brain-liquefyingly stupid than I thought.  Just watch, but when your brains leak out your ears, don't say I didn't warn you.
 
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Jeremy Hsu / LiveScience:
Smartphones Could Form Chemical Detection Networks
Discussion: Softpedia News
Paul Miller / Engadget:
Intel's desktop roadmap leaked, with faster i5 and i7, introduction of i3
Discussion: Gizmodo and AppleInsider
TechFlash:
Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook get free pass from potential rivals
Thanks:atul
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Brainstorm Tech:
Macs are Amazon's ‘Most Wished For’
Discussion: RyanSpoon.com and 9 to 5 Mac
Eric Lai / Computerworld:
Microsoft's top developers prefer old-school coding methods
Discussion: OSNews
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Matt Mullenweg:
Micro-blogging vs Mega-blogging
Discussion: Podcasting News and ReadWriteWeb, Thanks:atul
Randall Stross / New York Times:
Don't Take This Bait (but You're Safe if You Do)
Paul Buchheit:
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Trevor Timm / Guardian:
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Governor of Indiana plans to launch state-run, taxpayer-funded news service to compete with other media

Jack Shafer / Politico:
To rejuvenate The New Republic, Gabriel Snyder must release it from comparisons to the old TNR

 
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