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1:55 PM ET, March 14, 2006

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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Amazon: Grid Storage Web Service Launches  —  Amazon Web Service is launching a new web service tonight called S3 - which stands for "Simple Storage Service".  It is a storage service backend for developers that offers "a highly scalable, reliable, and low-latency data storage infrastructure at very low costs".
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Rob Hof / Business Week:
Amazon's Newest Product: Storage  —  Huh?  That's right, the online store with "Earth's biggest selection" of everything from books to zithers will announce Tuesday morning that it's adding a new and different kind of service: an unlimited data storage service aimed at software developers who are creating new Web sites and services.
Traci Hailpern / feedburner.com:
FeedBurner Expands Operations with San Francisco Office  —  Chicago-based feed management leader continues steady growth by establishing West Coast presence and staff dedicated to developing strategic partnerships  —  Chicago, IL — March 14, 2006 — FeedBurner, the market-leading feed management provider …
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donloeb.com:
moving on...  life transitions are a good way to kick off a new (ish) blog, so here it goes...  friday was my last day at yahoo...while I'm sad to leave, I'm incredibly excited about where I'm headed...  i'm joining FeedBurner as vp business development, strategic partnerships. don't worry …
Steve / Burning Questions:   Califeedication  —  In support of our steady growth …
David Hayes / kansascity.com:
The bottom line on blogging  —  Honesty is the best policy  —  Robert Scoble should be a boss's worst nightmare.  —  He's been known to openly criticize the company he works for, with thousands of opinion-leaders listening in.  In the process, he's become one of his company's most publicly recognizable employees.
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Scobleizer / Microsoft Geek Blogger:
Overwhelmed with pitches, Dave, say it isn't so!
Owen Gibson / Guardian:
Internet means end for media barons, says Murdoch  —  · Magnate hails second great age of discovery  —  · Power 'moving from the old elite to bloggers'  —  Rupert Murdoch last night sounded the death knell for the era of the media baron, comparing today's internet pioneers …
microsoft.com:
Microsoft Announces Plans for New Windows Live Family Safety Settings  —  Free, Web-based Family Safety Settings moves beyond traditional parental controls, helps provide guidance to parents from experts such as American Academy of Pediatrics.  —  REDMOND, Wash. — March 13, 2006 …
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Reuters:
Microsoft to offer free parental Web monitoring
Discussion: Digital Inspiration
Jeff Martin / Official Google Blog:
A new home for @Last Software  —  I was sitting at the breakfast table this morning, drinking a cup of coffee while I looked out at the snow.  It was pretty much like any other winter morning, except — it wasn't.  When I went to sleep last night, I was employed by a small start-up called @Last Software.
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Watch Blog:
25 Things I Hate About Google  —  Google's purchase of Writely sort of drove me over the edge last week.  When I saw the news confirmed, I exclaimed out loud to myself, "Oh, give me a break."  A break from what, freakishly talking to myself?  No, a break from Google going in yet another direction …
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Michael Kanellos / CNET News.com:
Upstart aims to ease Web crawling for classifieds  —  If you're in the market for a slightly used Toyota Corolla or want to have dinner with an ex-felon, Vast just might be the search tool for you.  —  Vast, which launches Tuesday, is a search engine and Web crawler designed …
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Ann Harrison / Wired News:
The Pirate Bay: Here to Stay?  —  Last month, the Motion Picture Association of America announced one of its boldest sorties yet against online piracy: a barrage of seven federal lawsuits against some of the highest-profile BitTorrent sites, Usenet hosts and peer-to-peer services.
Umair / Bubblegeneration Strategy Lab:
Usefulness and The Banality of Business  —  Seth says that bloggers blog too much; that they're littering an "attention commons".  —  This is a deeply interesting statement, which gets to the heart of all the problems with American business (and culture) - doubly interesting because it comes from Seth.
Astrid Wendlandt / Reuters:
French plan would open iTunes to other devices  —  PARIS (Reuters) - France is pushing through a law that would force Apple Computer Inc to open its iTunes online music store and enable consumers to download songs onto devices other than the computer maker's popular iPod player.
tnstelecoms.com:
COMBINED AT&T/BELLSOUTH WILL CONTROL 22% CONSUMER TELECOM SPENDING, 34% BUSINESS SPENDING … JENKINTOWN, PA, March 13, 2006 - As regulators now consider the proposed AT&T/BellSouth merger, new study findings from TNS Telecoms indicate that the combined AT&T/BellSouth will control 22% …
Ryan Singel / Wired News:
Man vs. Machine in Newsreader War  —  Man vs. machine stories are an old standby in journalism.  —  Think back to John Henry racing a steam drill and forward to Garry Kasparov trying to outmaneuver IBM's Deep Blue in 1997 to the Onion tweaking the genre with its accountant battles Excel story.
Business Week:
Battling For The Eyes Of Texas  —  Verizon's TV service is winning fans in a Fort Worth suburb.  Will it sell nationwide?  —  If you're wondering why your cable and satellite stocks are slumping or why AT&T Chief Executive Edward E. Whitacre Jr. is paying a fat premium for BellSouth Corp. …
Discussion: IP Democracy and PaidContent.org
Bre Pettis / We Are The Media:
Rocketboom Blasts Into A New Era In Advertising  —  Today with Rocketboom's episode 349, the rules of advertising have changed forever.  Rocketboom has created a new, spellbinding advertising format.  —  Rocketboom is an entertaining video-blog with a news-format that hundreds of thousands …
 
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The Official Microsoft Connections Blog:
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Michael Alison Chandler / Washington Post:
Rural Areas Find Internet Answer in the Air
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Om Malik / GigaOM:
Everybody is in Everybody's Business
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Niall Kennedy / Niall Kennedy's Weblog:
Windows RSS platform
Amanda Cantrell / CNN:
Microsoft's labor troubles
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Louisa Hearn / Sydney Morning Herald:
The enemy within the firewall
Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
Class action lawsuit filed against music industry
Tony Smith / The Register:
Samsung to bring HD Ready CRT TV to Europe
Discussion: Tech Digest and Engadget
Joris Evers / CNET News.com:
Apple corrects patch trouble
Jeff Smykil / Infinite Loop:
WinXP on Mac... for rizzle this time?
Ars Technica:
Sony loses another round in DualShock lawsuit
Mark Ward / BBC:
Searching for the net's big thing