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Matt Hines /
Interactive Nature of Browser Colors Past and Future  —  Analysis: Fifteen years after the birth of the Web browser, development of the software is increasingly focused on provoking users to define their own ways of consuming information online.  —  The more things change, the more they stay the same.
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Natalie Weinstein / CNET
Visa deals with possible data breach  —  Visa USA acknowledged Saturday that a U.S. merchant "may have experienced a data security breach" that compromised credit card account information.  —  The statement came in response to a inquiry related to customers whose Visa debit cards …
Discussion: Nik Cubrilovic
Ray Ozzie:
Looking back, looking forward.  —  As the year draws to a close, I find myself back east with some time to reflect upon this whirlwind of a year.  —  About once a year I try to force some "whitespace" into my life in order to give my mind the opportunity to seriously question strategic assumptions, and for abstract/creative thought.
Rob Greenlee / Mobile Podcasting:
Mobile Internet Access Enables Personal Mobilcast Connections  —  I got a Nokia N90 review phone from Nokia a few weeks ago and I have been pondering the realities of accessing the Internet on my cell phone.  I signed up for Cingular service and had them add their MEdia Net unlimited Internet access plan …
Discussion: Geek News Central …
Nik Cubrilovic:
A Thousand Startups Crying - Outlook moves on RSS  —  The sound of a thousand startups crying as Microsoft announce that the next version of Outlook will have an RSS reader integrated into it.  Lets see what happens to NewsGator[1] intraVnews, Attensa, RSSPopper etc. etc. etc.. These companies …
Jane Dreaper / BBC:
How technology is aiding medicine  —  Computers and mobiles phones are playing an increasingly valuable role in helping doctors and patients monitor conditions such as diabetes on a daily basis.  —  And government ministers believe that new technology can also be harnessed to help elderly people live independently for longer.
Weblogs, Inc 2.0 (Weekly Broadcast)  —  Jason Calacanis joins us for the first hour of the show with some predictions for the new year, insight on Web 2.0 and the business of Web publishing.  Chris attempts to get Jason to reveal some AOL trade secrets to no avail although we did get a tip that Blogsmith …
Discussion: The Office Weblog and Blogebrity

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