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7:30 PM ET, March 7, 2006

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Ina Fried / CNET News.com:
Intel shows Origami-like device  —  SAN FRANCISCO—Intel on Tuesday plans to show off the minitablet device at the center of Microsoft's Origami Project.  —  In a preview of Tuesday afternoon's demonstration, Intel Marketing Director Brad Graff showed CNET News.com several of the Ultra Mobile PC devices …
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Lora / What Is New:
CNBC showing Origami??  —  On right now, "We will be showing this as a world exclusive in a few minutes."  (CNBC)  —  Can't wait to see what they show.  Earlier in the same segment they showed what looked like the Archos AV 700 Portable DVR (shown at CES) as an example of what is to come in the small PC world.
Discussion: Gizmodo
Loren / Incremental Blogger:
CNBC shows UMPC/Origami on TV  —  CNBC says they will have a world exclusive this morning and be showing the first Origami on TV.  CNBC is at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF).  —  It's 8:08AM Pacific Time...I'm not sure when the Origami will be shown.  They just gave a teaser and said they will soon show an Origami unit.
Thomas Ricker / Engadget:
Intel UMPC details begin to emerge — products coming on 9th
Discussion: GottaBeMobile.com and MobilitySite
Edelman / Richard Edelman:
A Word to the Wise  —  Today's front page story in the business section of the New York Times by Michael Barbaro titled "Wal-Mart Enlists Bloggers in Its Public Relations Campaign" is the latest in a series of articles in mainstream media that criticize bloggers for questionable ethics.
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Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
Does the 'P' in 'PR' stand for 'press' or 'public'?  —  The New York Times this morning reports on Walmart's PR strategy with blogs, executed via the Edelman PR firm.  —  First, I suggest you read the story and substitute the name of your local newspaper for any reference to bloggers.
Dave Winer / Dave's Wordpress Blog:
Ray Ozzie's clipboard for the web  —  Ray Ozzie's new idea is a clipboard for the web.  A brief summary of the idea follows; it's fully explained on Ray's blog, with screen casts.  I watched #1 and #3.  —  Narrative  —  Let's say you have two sites both of which understand calendar data.
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Nat / O'Reilly Radar:
ETech: Ray Ozzie  —  Below is my first draft transcript of Ray Ozzie's session at ETech, "Simple Bridge Building".  My apologies to Ray for any typos, but the session was so amazing I thought everyone should see it ASAP.  —  Ray Ozzie at ETech, March 7 2005
Ray Ozzie / spaces.msn.com:
Wiring the Web  —  For years, many companies including Microsoft have invested significantly in the open, interoperable use of XML and Web Services toward enabling programmatic interconnection between processes, services and sites across the internet.  And that investment is bearing fruit …
Discussion: Anil Dash
Joe Wilcox / Microsoft Monitor:
AOL TAKES AIM  —  Overnight, AOL announced plans to extend its messaging network to third-party development.  It's a bold move, and in some ways a surprising turnabout for AOL.  After all, AOL has taken a pretty closed approach to its instant messaging network.
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biz.yahoo.com:
Who controls how you use your Internet access?  Vonage Canada challenges Shaw "VoIP tax"  —  Internet phone service company Vonage Canada warns that cable and phone companies could restrict "network neutrality" by limiting Canadians' freedom of choice on the Internet; requests CRTC investigate "anti-competitive" action by Shaw
Scot Wingo / eBay Strategies:
EXCLUSIVE - oh my stars!  —  Ok folks, we've been learning more and more about the Google Base / wallet reputation system.  Last week it was a rumor from Dirson with no screen shots/backup.  Yesterday we found the link that talks about "See my seller ratings".
Discussion: InsideGoogle and TechBeat
Jean Véronis / Technologies du Langage:
Search: And the winner is...  [ French version - Version française ]  —  Google and Yahoo - a tie!  —  Yes, that's the result of the evaluation I carried out in December 2005 with my students in Aix, some aspects of which I have already revealed on this blog (see [fr] 1, 2, 3, 4, 5).
Windley / Phil Windley's Technometria:
Bruce Sterling on the Internet of Things (ETech 2006)  —  The evening keynote (last night) was by Bruce Sterling on the Internet of Things.  This was one of those talks that is impossible to blog.  Even a word-for-word transcript wouldn't do it justice because Bruce's delivery is as much a part of the content as what he says.
Matt Asay / Open Sources by Dave Rosenberg …:
Still fretting over mudbloods  —  Gianugo is on one again.  Now, how he (or anyone else for that matter) can think of something as trivial as open source software and world code peace is beyond me when there's a good chance that smug Jose Mourinho will be humbled today by mighty Barcelona, but we all have our priorities.... :-)
J Matthew Buchanan / Rethink(IP):
Rethink(IP) Aloud Podcast #5 - Next Generation Electronic Filing of Patent Applications - a conversation with Carl Oppedahl  —  Permalink: Rethink(IP) Aloud Podcast #5 - Next Generation Electronic Filing of Patent Applications - a conversation with Carl Oppedahl
 
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microsoft.com:
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Chris Leckness / MobilitySite:
Augmented Reality on i-mate SP5
Discussion: Gizmodo
Arshad Mohammed / Washington Post:
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Stuart Miles / pocket-lint.co.uk:
Toshiba launches Qosmio G30 HD-DVD ready laptop
Discussion: Engadget and Gizmodo
Marguerite Reardon / CNET News.com:
Cingular launches new mobile TV service
Henry Blodget / Internet Outsider:
Huge Net Capex: One-Time or Permanent?
Discussion: Clickety Clack and Zoli's Blog
Reuters:
Complexity causes 50% of product returns -scientist
Hugo 'poogie' Ortega / Uber Tablet:
We said Origami, not Versace!
May Wong / Associated Press:
TiVo to expand program recording to cellphone
Tom Zeller Jr / New York Times:
Popular Web Site Falls Victim to a Content Filter
Discussion: Things That and J. LeRoy