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9:45 PM ET, October 22, 2011

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Bianca Bosker / The Huffington Post:
The Steve Jobs Reading List: The Books And Artists That Made The Man  —  “I like living at the intersection of the humanities and technology,” Steve Jobs said once.  LSD, Bauhaus and Zen Buddhism shaped Apple's pioneering products as much as anything that took place on the assembly lines.
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Ben Rosen / THROUGH ROSEN-COLORED GLASSES:
MEMORIES OF STEVE  —  Steve: Always Value Conscious  —  One frigid winter day in the late 1970s, I ran into Steve at some meeting in midtown Manhattan, a time and event now long forgotten.  What isn't forgotten is that when the meeting ended and we went outside into the freezing weather …
Discussion: TUAW and Shiny Objects
Bloomberg:
Apple's Cook Won Jobs's Trust Early: Book  —  Jobs initially oversaw supply chain after he returned to Apple in 1997 following a 12-year hiatus.  By turning that responsibility over to Cook, Jobs was able to focus on product vision and broader strategy, instead of the nitty-gritty of manufacturing …
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Steve Jobs Biography: A Scorecard of Put-Downs  —  Every authorized biography includes some score-settling by its subject.  Steven P. Jobs, the late Apple co-founder and subject of Walter Isaacson's new book, “Steve Jobs,” proves no different.  —  A motley assortment of luminaries …
Bloomberg:
Jobs Told Google's Page to Cut Bloat to Avoid Becoming Microsoft
Discussion: Mercury News and CNET News
Amir Efrati / Wall Street Journal:
Google, Private-Equity Firms Mull Bid For Yahoo  —  Google Inc. has talked to at least two private-equity firms about potentially helping them finance a deal to buy Yahoo Inc.'s core business, according to a person familiar with the matter.  —  Google and prospective partners …
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Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
Google Puts A Price On Privacy  —  Earlier this week, Google made a significant change purportedly to better protect the search privacy of users.  In reality, it specifically — and deliberately — left a gaping hole open to benefit its bottom line.  If you pay-to-play, Google will share its search data with you.
Neil Kodner:
An analysis of Steve Jobs tribute messages displayed by Apple  —  Two weeks have passed since Apple's Co-Founder/CEO Steve Jobs passed away.  Upon his passing, Apple encouraged people to share their memories, thoughts, and feelings by emailing rememberingsteve@apple.com.
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
Steve Jobs Was Willing To ‘Rip Off’ Everyone Else... But Was Pissed About Android Copying iPhone?  —  There's plenty of talk making the rounds about Steve Jobs' comments about Android in the authorized biography that's coming out next week.  In it, Jobs apparently makes it clear …
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Michael Wolff / Wired:
How Russian Tycoon Yuri Milner Bought His Way Into Silicon Valley  —  This is my first trip to Moscow, and Yuri Milner, the world's most successful investor in social media, is taking me to his parents' apartment, which he bills as a typical middle-class Moscow dwelling.  It's drab Soviet brick outside.
Adrian Chen / Gawker:
Vigilante Hackers Wage War on Underground Kiddie Porn  —  Just below the surface of the internet sits a network of hidden websites home to some of the worst stuff imaginable.  Now hackers are going after pedophiles hiding in the so-called dark net.  —  Since the beginning of October …
Stacey Higginbotham / GigaOM:
New printed chip could spark cheaper sensor networks  —  Thin Film Electronics ASA, a maker of disposable memory used in toys, has developed a way to add computing to its circuits through a partnership with Xerox PARC.  This means it can offer thin, disposable tracking tags for a few cents apiece …
Discussion: EE Times and The Register
Lowell C. McAdam / New York Times:
Wireless Spectrum Should Be Reallocated  —  AT a time of slow economic growth and declining competitiveness, wireless technology remains a shining example of innovation.  In the last 10 years, wireless communications companies in the United States have invested hundreds of billions of dollars and unleashed a torrent of new products.
 
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