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Richard MacManus / Web 2.0 Explorer:
Ray Ozzie's Christmas Message: 2006 will be Year of Build for Microsoft  —  In the tech world's equivalent of the Queen's Message, Microsoft CTO Ray Ozzie reflects on the year past and offers his thoughts on what lies ahead for Microsoft in 2006:  —  As he reviews the 'leaked' memo …
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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.
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.
Redbarren / ben barren:
Jacques Out and Live Local Flickr Streams  —  Damn, Jacques is out for 2 runs in his first innings for Australia on an overwatered pitch, in a late starting Boxing Day Test Match at the MCG.  It was a good ribcage ball, dropping to batpad.  Anyway, I totally agree with Dave Winer on the benefits of a global Flickr community.
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David Rothman / TeleRead:
Florida high school to experiment with e-books and audio books  —  "Before the school year ends, students at Lemon Bay High School in Englewood will be able to download digitized novels onto laptops, and download audio books onto MP3 players," reports the Herald-Tribune in Southwest Florida.

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