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1:20 PM ET, May 22, 2006

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Edelman / Richard Edelman:
The Edelman Technorati Deal; Why This Matters for Companies.  —  Although Technorati is best known as the most comprehensive service for searching blogs — they currently index over 40 million of them — the company also provides the best analytic tools for tracking over time and in depth what the blogosphere is talking about.
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Peter Hirshberg / Technorati Weblog:
Technorati and Edelman Partner on International Blogosphere  —  If there was one big take-away to Technorati's most recent State of the Blogosphere, its that the Blogosphere is going international in a Big Way.  —  Only a third of blog posts are in English; today more people post in Japanese than in any other language.
Discussion: Andrew Lark and PR Squared
Mark Peters / Lets Go Digital:
Samsung GX2  —  Samsung GX2 : At the Seoul International Photo & Imaging Industry Show 2006, held in Korea, Samsung Techwin unveiled a sample of what seems to be there first 10 Megapixel digital SLR camera: Samsung GX2.  At first look the Samsung GX II sample looks quite similar …
Discussion: Engadget, Gizmodo and Ubergizmo
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Mark Peters / Lets Go Digital:
Samsung Digimax L70  —  Samsung Digimax L70 : At the Korean Photo & Imaging 2006 event Samsung Techwin showcased their new Samsung Digimax L70 digital camera.  The Samsung L70, the Korean name is Samsung Kenox X70, is a new model of the L-series of Samsung digital cameras.
Discussion: Engadget, MobileWhack.com and Gizmodo
Evan Hansen / Wired News:
Why We Published the AT&T Docs  —  A file detailing aspects of AT&T's alleged participation in the National Security Agency's warrantless domestic wiretap operation is sitting in a San Francisco courthouse.  But the public cannot see it because, at AT&T's insistence, it remains under seal in court records.
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Wired News:
Whistle-Blower's Evidence, Uncut  —  Former AT&T technician Mark Klein is the key witness in the Electronic Frontier Foundation's class-action lawsuit against the telecommunications company, which alleges that AT&T cooperated in an illegal National Security Agency domestic surveillance program.
Discussion: SEO Black Hat and The Consumerist
Rafat / paidContent.org:
UK-Heavy Social Network Bebo Gets $15 Million Funding  —  You're reading it here first: Bebo, an SF-based social networking site which is in the middle-ground between MySpace and Facebook, and among the biggest in UK, Ireland and New Zealand, has received $15 million in venture funding from Benchmark Capital.
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Jeff Clavier / Jeff Clavier's Software Only:
Another day, another social network gets $15M: this time it is Bebo
Discussion: TechCrunch and GigaOM
Chris Gaither / Los Angeles Times:
The One Bit of Info Google Withholds: How It Works  —  Advertisers, competitors and Wall Street analysts are frustrated by the company's secrecy.  —  MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Google Inc. evolved from a tiny start-up to the shining star of American enterprise in less than a decade by bringing knowledge to billions of people.
Steve Rosenbush / Business Week:
Free Broadband for the Masses  —  Backed by VC cash, a former FCC official's startup is out to provide no-fee, ad-supported wireless service  —  There's little debate whether the U.S. is a laggard in high-speed Internet access.  About 40% of U.S. households surf the Net over so-called broadband connections.
Discussion: raving lunacy and Clickety Clack
bit-tech.net:
WMD Part II by G-gnome  —  Published: 22nd May 2006 by Peter Dickison  —  WMD Part II  —  Welcome to the second installment of Project WMD - The Weapon of Mass Destruction.  —  It has been a while since the first part of this project was published on bit-tech.net.
Greg Sandoval / CNET News.com:
University server in hackers' hands for a year  —  An unprecedented string of electronic intrusions has prompted Ohio University to place at least one technician on paid administrative leave and begin a sweeping reorganization of the university's computer services department.
John Markoff / New York Times:
Voice Encryption May Draw U.S. Scrutiny  —  SAN FRANCISCO, May 21 — Philip R. Zimmermann wants to protect online privacy.  Who could object to that?  —  He has found out once already.  Trained as a computer scientist, he developed a program in 1991 called Pretty Good Privacy, or PGP, for scrambling and unscrambling e-mail messages.
Noam Cohen / New York Times:
That After-Dinner Speech Remains a Favorite Dish  —  The after-dinner speech that refuses to go away has scored another distinction: top of the charts.  —  An audio version of the roast of President Bush by Stephen Colbert of Comedy Central rose to the rank of No. 1 album at Apple's iTunes store …
Discussion: InterMedia
Maria Aspan / New York Times:
A Weinstein Will Invest in Exclusivity  —  Most popular Internet communities, like Facebook.com or MySpace .com, measure their success by their ability to attract new members.  A notable exception to this rule is aSmallWorld.net, an exclusive online community that is about to get bigger.
Discussion: paidContent.org
 
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Chris Leckness / MobilitySite:
Press Release : Windows Mobile-powered Motorola Q available
Discussion: jkOnTheRun and Gizmodo
Bob Tedeschi / New York Times:
An Online Market Blooms for Video Clip Reruns
Discussion: paidContent.org
Larry Greenemeier / InformationWeek:
Blog-Based Analysts Shake Up IT Research
lessig.org:
Fair Use and Network Neutrality
Steve Friess / Wired News:
Tales From Packaging Hell
Discussion: PalmAddicts
Ken Fisher / Ars Technica:
Hollywood reportedly in agreement to delay forced quality downgrades …
Zoli Erdos / Zoli's Blog:
SAP Without SAP - Duet
Om Malik / GigaOM:
StumbleUpon is hot or what?  —  Digg and Del.icio.us are great tools …
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Darren Rowse / Make Money Online …:
The Benefits of Highlighting Popular Posts on Your Blog
Mike / Techdirt:
NTP Co-founder Finds New Patents To Threaten Companies With
Mike / Techdirt:
Open Source License Still Perfectly Legal
Evan Blass / Engadget:
"Undercover" software helps recover your stolen MacBook
Om Malik / GigaOM:
Back to the Future... for Broadcast TV
Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
Everybody's a network  —  In the future of media, which is now, everybody is a network.
Discussion: Message and Syndicator Blog
Read/WriteWeb:
Coming to terms with Web 2.0
Rob Pegoraro / Washington Post:
New Media Player: Nice Features, but It's No ITunes