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1:15 PM ET, April 6, 2006

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Michael Liedtke / Associated Press:
San Francisco Picks Companies for Wi-Fi  —  San Francisco Chooses Google, EarthLink to Blanket City With Free Wireless Internet Service  —  SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google Inc.'s bid to blanket San Francisco with a free wireless Internet service cleared a major hurdle Wednesday …
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Chris Hoofnagle / epic.org:
A Privacy Analysis of the Six Proposals for San Francisco Municipal Broadband  —  Six companies have proposed plans to bring municipal broadband to San Francisco.  They range from approaches where users will pay monthly fees, to advertising-supported services and free services.
Discussion: GigaOM
Eric Dahl / PC World:
First Look: PC World Installs Windows XP on a 20-Inch iMac With Boot Camp  —  It works.  Impressively well.  With games, even.  That's our first impression of Windows XP running under Apple's Boot Camp on our 20-inch iMac.  And that's more than you could say a couple of days ago …
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Harry McCracken / PC World's Techlog:
Parallels: A Better Way to Run Windows on a Mac?  —  Another day, another significant development on the running-Windows-on-an-Intel- Mac front: Parallels, which makes virtualization software for running multiple operating systems on one computer, is releasing a beta of an Intel Mac version of its Parallels Workstation software today.
Duncan Martell / Reuters:
Apple unveils software to permit Windows use
Discussion: InsideMicrosoft and Gizmodo
Don Dodge / Don Dodge on The Next Big Thing:
The legal issues around YouTube  —  YouTube has raised another $8M from Sequoia bringing the total to $11.5M.  Om Malik suggests that YouTube clean up its act to avoid the legal fate of Napster.  As many of you know I was a VP at the original Napster and intimately aware of the legal issues.
Discussion: Mark Evans, B2Day and Clickety Clack
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Charlene Li / Charlene Li's Blog:
Forrester podcasting report - just 1% use podcasts  —  We just released some new data on podcasting, in a brief "Podcasting Hits The Charts" (available only to clients).  Here's the summary: … Our survey showed that only 1% of online households in North America regularly download and listen to podcasts.
CNET News.com:
Republicans defeat Net neutrality proposal  —  update A partisan divide pitting Republicans against Democrats on the question of Internet regulation appears to be deepening.  —  A Republican-controlled House Energy and Commerce subcommittee on Wednesday defeated a proposal …
Julie Jacobson / cepro.com:
Origami Tablet PCs to Run Special Media Center Extender Software  —  When men carry purses.  —  Really, that's the only way Microsoft can realize its dream that ultra-mobile PCs (UMPC) "will eventually become as indispensable and ubiquitous as mobile phones are today."
John Battelle / John Battelle's Searchblog:
A FRANK INTERVIEW WITH GARY FLAKE  —  Today marks the first of what I hope will become a regular series of Q&A interviews on Searchblog.  The format is simple - I send an opening question to the luminary in question via email, they respond, and we go from there.
Our Blog:
MyWeb Update: Connecting and Discovering  —  As we noted a couple of days ago, we've just completed a MyWeb upgrade that should make it easier to find and share bookmarks with the world.  We've changed the way "Contacts" work, so you can more easily add people to your contacts list to stay …
Justin Voskuhl / Official Google Blog:
Toolbar v2 for Firefox fans  —  Here in the Kirkland, we've had one of the rainiest winters in a long time, giving me extra time to work on the latest release of the Google Toolbar for Firefox.  Today, we're happy to release the beta version of Google Toolbar 2 for Firefox.
Wss / Netcraft:
April 2006 Web Server Survey  —  There are now more than 80 million web sites on the Internet, as the April 2006 survey received responses from 80,655,992 sites, an increase of 3.1 million hostnames from March 2006.  The web has doubled in size in the past three years, as the survey hit the 40 million mark in April 2003.
Laura M. Holson / New York Times:
Disney Phone Service Has Parents in Mind  —  LOS ANGELES, April 4 — With the help of the Walt Disney Company, parents can make sure it's still a small world for their children, at least when it comes to their cellphone use.  —  On Wednesday, the company will introduce a wireless phone service …
Ryan Saghir / Orbitcast:
Pioneer Inno XM2go - Orbitcast Review  —  And now finally the Orbitcast Review of the Pioneer Inno XM2go.  My hopes are to answer everyone's questions with this article, and to give some insight into the philosophy behind the new XM2go units.  I also want this to be the single place you need …
Discussion: Engadget
 
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The Office Live Team's Blog:
Your 'wait' is over  —  Since we debuted our waitlist …
Sascha Segan / PC Magazine:
Samsung Surprises with BlackBerry Clamshell
socaltech.com:
Interview with Jim Armstrong, Clearstone Venture Partners
Discussion: VC Circle
David Strom / New York Times:
I.M. Generation Is Changing the Way Business Talks
Discussion: Ed Brill
Kotaku, the Gamer's Guide:
Playstation 3 Will Be $612 to $734 ?  —  Gamasutra reports …
leftlanenews.com:
Honda to add Google Earth to cars
Discussion: It's Rishi and Engadget
Stuart / mesh blog:
introducing the mesh class of 2006