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8:00 PM ET, March 20, 2006

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Damon Darlin / New York Times:
In Boomtown, but Still Stuck on a Bubble  —  SAN JOSE, Calif. — When Dan Gillmor first arrived at The San Jose Mercury News in 1994, he recalled, he felt like he was in the "belly of the beast."  —  In his previous job, as a technology reporter for The Detroit Free Press …
Discussion: Gawker and michael parekh on IT
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Bob Tedeschi / New York Times:
Microsoft Takes on Craigslist in the Battle for Classified Ads  —  CRAIGSLIST has taken on many giants.  Can it survive a challenge from Microsoft?  —  The software behemoth late last month started Windows Live Expo (expo.live.com), another node in its growing network of Internet services …
Discussion: Techdirt and PaidContent.org
IEBlog:
New IE7 Build Available from MIX06!  —  Today is the first day of the MIX06 conference.  Internet Explorer team members are presenting this week on much of the work we've done for IE7.  As part of the conference, we're handing out the "Internet Explorer 7 Readiness Toolkit" on CD.
Stanley Holmes / Business Week:
Nike, Google Kick Off Social-Networking Site  —  The sporting goods giant and the Internet search king have teamed up to create Joga.com and connect soccer fans around the world  —  Nike (NKE) and Google (GOOG), hoping to take social networking to a new realm, have quietly launched …
Discussion: Techdirt and achievable ends
Rick Merritt / eetimes.com:
Next killer product is the patent itself  —  First of three parts  —  SAN JOSE, Calif. — Patriot Scientific Corp. had spent nearly a decade trying unsuccessfully to establish a new microprocessor architecture when it decided it needed to do some soul-searching.
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Mike / Techdirt:
VCs Looking To Fund Patent Hoarders
Discussion: Kevin Maney
Aline van Duyn / Yahoo! News:
Survey reveals mobile phone revenue hurdle  —  Mobile phone users are unlikely to pay extra to access the growing range of video and audio content available on their phones, according to a global KPMG survey.  This trend could push operators into rethinking their business models.
Discussion: Engadget Mobile and MobHappy
Dean Takahashi / A+E Interactive:
Microsoft's Plans For Handheld Game Player And "iPod Killer"  —  Here's a story that came from reporting for my book, which is coming out in May under the title "The Xbox 360 Uncloaked: The Real Story Behind Microsoft's Next-Generation Video Game Console," www.spiderworks.com/xbox360.
Ken Belson / New York Times:
While AT&T Does Deals, Verizon Spends to Hone Its Networks  —  Ivan Seidenberg is known in the telecommunications industry as a chief executive who makes all-or-nothing bets.  —  Since the late 1990's he has often been the man to beat, having created Verizon Communications …
Mark Cuban / Blog Maverick:
Digital Rights Management - The coming collateral damage  —  Property owners have every right to do whatever they think is necessary to protect their property.  Homeowners can build walls and add security.  Content owners can add copy protection schemes to their digital content.
Eliot Van Buskirk / Wired News:
How to Prevent Hearing Loss  —  I've experienced bouts of fairly severe tinnitus on several occasions after a loud rehearsal or concert, and I know I'm not the only person who's guilty of having been somewhat cavalier about hearing loss.  Now that so many of us seem to spend half …
Discussion: Slashdot
Nick / Rough Type:
Pretty vacant  —  When an adult puts his ear to the door of youth culture, he inevitably mistakes the noise for the signal - and usually misses the signal altogether.  So we have Scott Karp reeling back in horror from his visit to MySpace.  It is, he tells us, "a DEEPLY DISTURBING place," …
Discussion: Rational rants
Steve Rubel / Micro Persuasion:
We Need Auditing  —  In traditional media an entire industry rose out of advertisers' need to audit emerging formats.  We have ABC for print, Arbitron for radio, Nielsen for TV, comScore and Nielsen-Netratings for Web sites.  These companies have built a multi-billion dollar syndicated research industry …
Discussion: AdJab and Know More Media
Eric A. Taub / New York Times:
TiVo Has Been Cutting Out More Than Just the Commercials Lately  —  The first episode in the new season of "The Sopranos" ended in a classic cliffhanger moment, with Tony on the floor after being shot by his uncle Junior.  But some viewers who recorded the show on their TiVo digital video recorders …
Discussion: PVR Wire
Rebecca Buckman / Wall Street Journal:
Silicon Valley Start-Ups See Cash Everywhere  —  Through 'Pre-Emptive Financing,'  —  Venture Capitalists Shower Firms  —  With Cash, Stake an Early Claim  —  The market for high-technology start-up businesses is so intense in Silicon Valley that some companies are being showered …
Discussion: robhyndman.com
Michael Kanellos / CNET News.com:
Carbon nanotube TV trials on horizon  —  Applied Nanotech has signed a letter of intent to enter negotiations for a trial on carbon nanotube TVs with Da Ling, a Taiwanese contract manufacturer.  —  Under the proposed terms, Da Ling will invest $10 million on a pilot manufacturing facility …
Discussion: Engadget and I4U News
Ellen McCarthy / Washington Post:
Internet Phone Start-Ups Look Past Low Prices  —  Internet phone service — it's a hot idea and it has a strong selling point: It's cheap.  —  Hundreds of new companies have cropped up to sell the service in the past few years, and venture capitalists are pouring hundreds of millions of dollars into the industry.
Discussion: IP Democracy
 
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Scobleizer / Microsoft Geek Blogger:
Power Lunch  —  Damn, never had a lunch like I just had before.
Discussion: CrunchNotes
Phil Wolff / Skype Journal:
Six Gotchas of Skype for Business? Not so much.
Tom Foremski / Silicon Valley Watcher:
Sunday CyberSalon: Blogger/Journalist elite discuss elitism...
Brian Krebs / Security Fix:
Turning Adware into Shameware
USA Today:
Glitches rise in complex high-tech items
Business Wire:
Six Apart and Bokee Give Chinese Businesses an Easier Way to …
biz.yahoo.com:
M-Qube draws $250M in sale to VeriSign
Konomi / RFID in Japan:
Sprinkling RFID sensor tags from the Sky
 Earlier Items: 
Kathy Sierra / Creating Passionate Users:
Web 2.0 is like Group Therapy
Times of London:
How Apple ate the world
Discussion: SurfBits
David Hornik / VentureBlog:
Google/Yahoo: Deal or No Deal  —  There continues to be a lot …
Erick Schonfeld / B2Day:
Brightcove Buys MetaStories
Koranteng / Koranteng's Toli:
The REST Elevator Pitch
Discussion: Raw
Eric Bangeman / Ars Technica:
The Office to air web-only episodes this summer
Gary Krakow / MSNBC:
Is this the world's best cell phone?
David Heinemeier Hansson / Loud Thinking:
Boy, is James McGovern enterprise or what!