Origami video? — Speculation about the Origami Project is running rampant everywhere and my podcasting buddy Kevin Tofel may have found some hard video via a comment on an engadget post discussing the mysterious project. Kevin points out if you go the the website for marketing firm DigitalKitchen …
Michael Santo / Alice Hill's Real Tech News: What is the "Origami Project"?
Sam Mcloughln / PalmAddicts: MORE PICTURES ON ORIGAMI
Warner Crocker / Life On the Wicked Stage: Kevin Tofel On The Video Trail Of Origami
Dave Winer / Dave's Wordpress Blog:
Why the backchannel is bad for RSS — This is a verbatim copy of an emal I sent to Brad Feld of Mobius Venture Capital, cc'd to Rogers Cadenhead and John Palfrey. — Brad, I appreciate you taking a proactive role, but there's something that's not right about all this …
Discussion: mathewingram.com/work and Geek News Central …
Scott Karp / Publishing 2.0:
Audiences Are NOT Created Equal — Media is about conversation and participation. Consumers can create their own media. Value is being created at the edge. You've heard all the New Media maxims. — The problem, as many people have stated many times, is that the more everyone participates …
Discussion: Swarming Media, IP Democracy and Newsome.Org
Mitch Shapiro / IP Democracy: Blending the Best of Media 1.0 & Web 2.0
BlackBerry case: No shutoff, for now — update RICHMOND, Va.—More than 3 million U.S. BlackBerry users won't lose their service—at least for now. — In a hearing on Friday, U.S. District Judge James Spencer decided against issuing an immediate ruling on whether to impose an injunction …
Discussion: TechSpot and Alice Hill's Real Tech News
Justin Mann / TechSpot: RIM and NTP go head to head in court hearing
Jimmy Daniels / Alice Hill's Real Tech News: No Shut Down for Blackberry's, For Now — The U.S. District …
Susan Decker / Bloomberg:
BlackBerry Hearing Ends With No Ruling on U.S. Service Shutdown — Feb. 24 (Bloomberg) — A judge considering a halt in U.S. BlackBerry e-mail service criticized both sides in the case for not settling their patent dispute and said he will rule later on a shutdown.
Discussion: Engadget Mobile
Magnet madness to hit Intel iBook line — Only Apple could take a phenomenon as ancient and rudimentary as magnetism and make it seem so profound. — The Cupertino, Calif.-based Mac maker has slowly and subtly been adding magnetic innovations to its computer systems over the last six months and now looks ripe to add yet another.
Derek Sooman / TechSpot: iBook to have magnet based latch technology
Ed Felten / Freedom to Tinker:
How Watermarks Fail — I wrote Wednesday about Randy Picker's suggestion of using digital watermarks to embed users' personal financial information into media files, to discourage users from sharing the files. Today, I want to talk more generally about watermarks and how they tend to fail.
Discussion: Boing Boing
Cory Doctorow / Boing Boing: Princeton prof explains watermarks' failures
Bill Burnham / Burnham's Beat:
Google Base Is The Merchant of Record, Now That's Interesting — I wrote a short post today on Google Base now intermediating payments between buyers and sellers. One point that I feel compelled to elaborate on a bit more is that Google is apparently the merchant of record in these purchases.
Discussion: Mark Evans, Alice Hill's Real Tech News, michael parekh on IT, mathewingram.com/work and Payments News
Michael Santo / Alice Hill's Real Tech News: Google Moving into eBay Territory?
Scott Loftesness / Payments News: An Update On Google Payments
John K / Got Ads?:
I accept: Payment through Google — Google is gathering the e-commerce pieces together. Today they put up Google Payments so you can buy stuff and pay through Google. It's visible for certain items on base.google.com - like this: Wanna buy a rock? — Combine base and payment …
Discussion: Inside AdWords
Inside AdWords crew / Inside AdWords: All you ever wanted to know about Google Base but were afraid to ask
Dave Winer / Scripting News:
Blogging for newbies — When I encourage people to start a blog here's what I suggest they do. — First, create a new weblog on one of the free services, like Blogger or MSN Spaces. It takes about five minutes, and is about as hard as creating an email address on Yahoo or Hotmail, and represents less of a commitment.
Discussion: ben barren
Redbarren / ben barren: The ABC of Blogging + Linux WiFiRadio
Kristopher Kubicki / dailytech.com:
AOpen MiniPC Revealed … PCs recently have taken on a new look when it comes to small form factors giving compliment to Apple — As the PC market continues to show its age, many manufacturers are changing focus and research to reflect niche markets - with or without the help of the channel partners.
Discussion: Engadget and THE RAW FEED
Marc Perton / Engadget: AOpen shows next-gen mini PC
Ryan Katz / Think Secret:
iPod "Hi-Fi" Boombox arriving next week — February 24, 2006 - Among the products Apple will debut at next Tuesday's media event will be the iPod "Hi-Fi" boombox, reliable sources have informed Think Secret. Details are scarce but sources have indicated the product will deliver unique capabilities beyond …
David Pescovitz / Boing Boing:
Space Invaders wall decals — Cool wall graphics company Blik sells a line of big space invader decals in assorted colors. The starter pack includes eight 13" diameter aliens and the missile base for $45. — Link (via Daddy Types)
BLOGOSPHERE TIPPING POINT AND HAMMERTIME! — The blogosphere is growing at a phenomenal pace adding new bloggers everyday. I am pleased to mention today (February 24, 2006) that one of my favorite authors, Malcolm Gladwell, The New Yorker columnist and bestselling author of The Tipping Point and Blink, has launched a blog.
Discussion: Bloggers Blog and Search Engine Journal
Loren Baker / Search Engine Journal: Google Video Categories and MC Hammer Blogs