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Scott Gatz / Scott Gatz's Blog:
Yahoo Mail's full post RSS reader  —  As you can probably guess, I'm a big fan of My Yahoo! And use it as the primary way I keep up with RSS feeds and all sorts of other content.  I love it because I can quickly see all my news at a glance in a format of my own choosing.
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
RSS is Now Integrated into Yahoo Mail and Alerts  —  Yahoo gathered a small group of bloggers, press and others at Sauce in San Francisco tonight to announce the launch of two new RSS products.  They have integrated an RSS reader directly into Yahoo Mail Beta, and are expanding Alerts to include RSS feeds.
Elinor Mills / CNET
Yahoo spoons out more RSS
Todd Bishop / Seattle Post-Intelligencer:
Microsoft tries classifieds  —  An upcoming online classified service from Microsoft Corp. may sound like Craigslist or the new Google Base, but the team behind the project says it found inspiration closer to home.  —  Microsoft employees have long used an internal listing service to sell …
Elinor Mills / CNET
Microsoft tests classifieds service  —  Microsoft is developing a free online service that will let people list items for sale, events and other classifieds-type of information that can be shared either with groups of friends or anyone over the Internet, the company said Tuesday.
John Battelle / John Battelle's Searchblog:
THINKING ABOUT GOOGLE AND THE TURNING POINT  —  Has the worm turned?  That's the question a lot of folks are asking about Google these days, not the least of which is John Heilemann, whose piece has opened up a great discussion in the comments area of my post about it.
Dave Winer / Scripting News:   John Battelle almost gets there today in figuring out where the limits are for Google.
Matthew Fordahl / Associated Press:
Intel to Partner With TiVo on PC Platform  —  SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Looking to boost the number of computers whirring away in living rooms, Intel Corp. on Wednesday unveiled its first list of companies whose products are expected to work with the chip maker's upcoming Viiv entertainment PC platform.
Discussion: TechSpot
Eric A. Taub / New York Times:
Media Deals Expected for Intel
Discussion: Daily Wireless and IP Democracy
Intel Ultra-Fashionable Laptop
Discussion: Gizmodo and Gadget Blog
Declan McCullagh / CNET
Judge to RIM: We're not delaying this any longer  —  update Research In Motion on Wednesday lost two rounds in the long-running patent lawsuit that threatens to imperil the company's BlackBerry service in the United States.  —  U.S. District Judge James Spencer denied RIM's request to halt …
US judge deals RIM blow in BlackBerry patent case
Discussion: Phone Scoop and Techdirt
Kim Zetter / Wired News:
Podcast Chaos Be Gone  —  Two new search engines offer to do for podcasting what Technorati does for blogs by letting users search podcasts by keyword to single out audio that suits their interests.  —  Podzinger and blinkx scour audio content for keywords by translating the audio into text and creating an index for quick searching.
New York Times:
Security Flaw Allows Wiretaps to Be Evaded, Study Finds  —  The technology used for decades by law enforcement agents to wiretap telephones has a security flaw that allows the person being wiretapped to stop the recorder remotely, according to research by computer security experts who studied the system.
Discussion: Techdirt
Stowe Boyd / Get Real:
Corante 2.0: Hubs In A Network Of Stars  —  Today, after years (literally) of discussion and planning, we are opening the kimono on Corante 2.0.  The most obvious manifestation of the new Corante — leaving aside the first of our Corante events, the Symposium on Social Architecture …
Jeff Leeds / New York Times:
Deadheads Outraged Over Web Crackdown  —  The Grateful Dead, the business, is testing the loyalty of longtime fans of the Grateful Dead, the pioneering jam band, by cracking down on an independently run Web site that made thousands of recordings of its live concerts available for free downloading.
Thomas Hawk / Thomas Hawk's Digital Connection:
PriceRitePhoto: Abusive Bait and Switch Camera Store  —  "I will make sure you will never be able to place an order on the internet again."  "I'm an attorney, I will sue you."  "I will call the CEO of your company and play him the tape of this phone call."
Mark Glaser / Online Journalism Review:
Will NPR's podcasts birth a new business model for public radio?  —  How the public radio giant has become a leading podcaster in just two months.  Plus, a fond farewell from this columnist.  —  Last summer, the folks running National Public Radio started to get a clear message …
Discussion: Technology360
Thomas C Greene / The Register:
It's official: Diebold election bugware can't be trusted  —  Diebold would rather lose all of its voting machine business in North Carolina than open its source code to state election officials as required by law, the Associated Press reports.  —  Due to irregularities in the 2004 election traced …
Discussion: Engadget and Techdirt
IT Security Turns Inside Out: Outbound Content Compliance Fuels Continued Market Growth, IDC Says  —  FRAMINGHAM, Mass., November 30, 2005 - Although organizations have traditionally focused security efforts on external threats posed by the explosive growth of viruses, spam, spyware …
Discussion: InfoWorld TechWatch and IT Facts

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