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6:50 AM ET, March 2, 2006

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Kasper Jade / AppleInsider:
Apple researching iTunes feature film movie service?  —  Exclusive: Apple Computer may be in the intermediate stages of developing an iTunes movie download service that would serve up full length feature films to iTunes customers with a broadband Internet connection, AppleInsider has learned.
CNN:
The Next Net 25  —  A new Web revolution is picking up steam, and the next Google or Microsoft could emerge from the companies that are in the vanguard.  —  SAN FRANCISCO (Business 2.0 Magazine) - Things are really crackling in Silicon Valley these days.  There's the frenzied startup action …
Saul Hansell / New York Times:
TiVo to Offer Tighter Rein on Children's Viewing  —  In a new twist on helping parents control what children watch on television, TiVo will announce today a service that lets its video recorders limit children to watching shows approved by one of two groups promoting family programming.
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The Doc Searls Weblog:
Ever since I invested a pile in Sonos' remarkable audio system, I've been a little worried that Apple would knock it off.  (So has Sonos, I would suspect.)  —  The iPod Hi-Fi doesn't do that.  Instead of knocking off Sonos, Apple knocked off Logitech, JBL, Bose, Cambridge Soundworks …
Lee Gomes / Wall Street Journal:
Web 'Original Content' But Is in for a Surprise  —  There is a new and insidious threat to the World Wide Web: a slowly rising tide of "original content" on Internet sites that is at best worthless, and at worst possibly even dangerously inaccurate.  —  I should know; I've been writing some of the stuff myself.
Nick / Rough Type:
A requiem (beta) for Edgeio  —  Edgeio, the much-hyped Web 2.0 tag-sale site, has only been live for a few hours, but it's already wearing a corpselike look.  —  Cofounded by Michael Arrington, the madam of the great Web 2. brothel TechCrunch, Edgeio gathers specially tagged classified ads …
Russell Buckley / MobHappy:
Generation M  —  I noticed a quote on Susan Mernit's blog from a short essay that appeared over at Epeus' Epigone about what the web means to various generations of users … I'm not sure I agree with the point about the older generation wanting to stuff the internet back in the pipe though …
Eric Pfanner / New York Times:
Publicis Acts to Surf the Marketing Waves of the Future  —  AS Google ventures deeper into the mainstream areas of media and advertising, many of the reigning powers there are watching with a mixture of fascination and fear.  —  "Is Madison Avenue about to get Googled?" …
Paul McIntyre / Sydney Morning Herald:
Telstra to launch the BigBlog  —  TELSTRA is about to unveil its latest foray as a content developer with the launch next week of a public blogging initiative, Telstra BigBlog, which allows mobile phone users to update their blogs with text, movies and pictures from their mobile phones.
wikimediafoundation.org:
English Wikipedia Publishes Millionth Article  —  The Wikimedia Foundation announced today the creation of the 1,000,000th article in the English language edition of Wikipedia.  The article is about the Jordanhill railway station in Scotland, and it was started by Wikipedia contributor Ewan Macdonald.
DMN Newswire:
TEN Technology Unveils naviPlay Bluetooth Stereo Headset  —  Plays Stereo Quality Music and Takes Calls  —  TEN Technology today announced its naviPlay(TM) Bluetooth(R) Stereo Headset, capable of streaming high-fidelity stereo music from Bluetooth stereo enabled MP3 players or mobile phones …
Discussion: Engadget and I4U News
David Shabelman / CNET News.com:
The driving force behind Yahoo Research  —  Q&A Prabhakar Raghavan is modest for a man changing the world.  —  As head of technology research at Yahoo, the 45-year-old is a key figure in leading the development of the Internet, arguably the most important technology of our time.
Inside AdSense Team / Inside AdSense:
AdSense gets a facelift  —  As your website grows, it's important to take a step back occasionally and make sure your users' needs are still being addressed.  We do the same thing here on the AdSense team.  Over the past year, we've added lots of features and we're pleased to unveil a new account interface so it's easier to use them.
David Lawsky / Reuters:
Microsoft says better than Google soon  —  PARIS (Reuters) - Microsoft (Nasdaq:MSFT - news) will introduce a search engine better than Google (Nasdaq:GOOG - news) in six months in the United States and Britain followed by Europe, its European president said on Wednesday.
Mark Evans:
Navel-Gazing Within the Blogosphere  —  There's been a huge amount of chatter in the past week or so about how fast the blogosphere is growing (Dave Sifry) and whether there is parallel growth among blog readers (not according to the WSJ).  Tom Evslin (hat tip to Michael Parekh) …
Brian 'ColdForged' Dupuis / Gamers With Jobs Press Pass:
Interview with "Geometry Wars" Creator, Stephen Cakebread  —  Geometry Wars has been hailed as the "Halo of Xbox Live Arcade" referring to the relative popularity of the game.  Intoxicating, frustrating and addictive all in one, Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved provides a constant challenge …
Discussion: Joystiq
 
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Rob Bushway / GottaBeMobile.com:
Intel running their own "OrigamiProject.com" site?
Robert McMillan / InfoWorld:
Google moving search records out of China
Discussion: Techdirt
Rustybrick / Search Engine Roundtable:
SEM Via Communities, Wikipedia & Tagging
David Weinberger / Joho the Blog:
Blogging in Germany  —  I'm writing this on the early morning plane …
Discussion: raving lunacy and PR Thoughts
Steve Newson / Steve Newson DOT net:
Who watches the watchers?  —  Boing Boing has gone to war …
Adam Pasick / Reuters:
Napster rues Microsoft, player glitches
Alex Halperin / Business Week:
Social Networks: More Bubble Than Profit?
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Revenge of the M-listers? Sign me up
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Kathy Sierra / Creating Passionate Users:
Dignity is Deadly, Part Two
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tribstar.com:
Indiana State adds ThinkPad to list of essential school supplies
Inside Google Sitemaps:
More new features  —  We've just released a few new features.
Kevin Dugan / Strategic Public Relations:
Tom Foremski is Wrong
Mike / Techdirt:
AMD Wants To Know Why Skype Is In Bed With Intel
sun.com:
Chairman's Email to Mark Hurd
Mark Belko / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:
Study: In-flight cell calls pose risk to planes
Discussion: Techdirt
J Matthew Buchanan / Promote the Progress®:
Wall Street Journal on the state of patent law: "Blame the Lawyers"
Discussion: Patent Baristas and Patently-O