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7:05 AM ET, December 21, 2006

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Deusx / del.icio.us:
tagometer: badges badges badges badges BOOKMARKS BOOKMARKS  —  Being a blogger, one of my long-standing wishlist items for del.icio.us has been to find some way to get more of what's going on here to show up out there.  Instead of just simple links, I've wanted to get a bit of peek through …
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Simon Willison / Simon Willison's Weblog:
Why JSON isn't just for JavaScript  —  Dave Winer's discovery of JSON …
Discussion: Labnotes
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:   Del.icio.us Widget Released
Don Box / Don Box's Spoutlet:   Google Search API?
Dare Obasanjo aka Carnage4Life:
Widgets Become More Important than APIs for Data Exchange on the Web
Discussion: Mad Techie Woman
Alex Veiga / Associated Press:
Record Labels Sue Web Site Operator  —  LOS ANGELES (AP) — Several major record labels sued the operator of the Russian music Web site AllofMP3.com on Wednesday, claiming the company has been profiting by selling copies of music without their permission.  —  The lawsuit was filed …
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Mike / Techdirt:
Record Labels Finally Sue Allofmp3.com  —  from the took-'em-long-enough dept  —  The only surprise here is that it's taken this long.  However, after tremendous efforts to influence politicians to force Allofmp3.com to shut down, it appears that a bunch of record labels have finally filed a lawsuit against the company.
Abbey Klaassen / AdAge:
Revver Re-organizes Executive Suite  —  Two Co-Founders Leave; Adds New COO, Ad Sales Chief  —  NEW YORK (AdAge.com) — In what is perhaps a sign of the difficulty facing those looking to compete against YouTube, fledgling video-sharing site Revver.com has reshuffled its executive suite, with two of the three co-founders departing.
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Scott Karp / The Blog Herald:
Democratizing The Economics Of Content
Froosh / HipMojo.com:   Revver/Online Video: "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times"
Mike / Techdirt:
Google Misses Another Chance To Be The Web Platform  —  from the strategic-errors dept  —  A few people have submitted various stories on the web about how Google has killed off their SOAP Search API in favor of their AJAX API, which is much more limited.  Some are saying that this more …
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Market Wire:
Nielsen//NetRatings Announces November U.S. Search Share Rankings  —  Nielsen//NetRatings (NASDAQ: NTRT) reports November 2006 data for the Top U.S. Search Providers.  —  Top search providers, ranked by total searches.  Searches represent the total number of queries conducted at the provider.
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Mathew Ingram / mathewingram.com/work:
Google: Anti-trust case waiting to happen?
Discussion: Bill Tancer
Donna Bogatin / Digital Markets:
Can Google grow search in 2007?
Discussion: Internet Outsider and SearchViews
Gamasutra:
Gamasutra's Quantum Leap Awards: Most Important Games, 2006  —  They're timeless.  They're inspirational.  They inspire us, make us question our standards, and provide a roadmap for the future of development.  They are the games that innovate and move the industry forward …
PrimeNewswire:
Business and Financial News From The Wall Street Journal Online, MarketWatch.com and Barron's Online to be Available On blinkx.tv  —  PRIME NEWSWIRE) — blinkx, a leading video search engine, today announced a content partnership with Dow Jones Online that will enable blinkx users to search …
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Liz Gannes / NewTeeVee:   blinkx signs Dow Jones Online
Joey deVilla / Global Nerdy:
RSS is "The Next Big Thing" — and Has Been for the Past 3 Years  —  We got a sense of deja vu when we saw that the first item in Read/Write Web's Predicitions for 2007 was "RSS will go mainstream in a big way.  A quick look back to their predictions for 2006 told us why …
Discussion: Chuqui 3.0, Changing Way and digg
Daniel Terdiman / CNET News.com:
Newsmaker: Virtual magnate shares secrets of success  —  newsmaker Since its public launch in 2003, the virtual world Second Life has become a haven for entrepreneurs.  And while the number of people making a considerable profit is still relatively small, it is growing rapidly.
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Ashlee Vance / The Register:   CNET interviewer assaulted by flying wang
Jon Stokes / Ars Technica:
EFF taps e-voting security guru Ed Felten for board  —  Princeton's Ed Felten will be joining Lawrence Lessig, John Gilmore, Brewster Kahle, and other prominent technology activists, researchers, and scholars on the board of the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF).
Brady Forrest / O'Reilly Radar:
OpenID on the Upswing  —  OpenID is a lightweight, decentralized identity system that has been gaining prominence.  I expect this upcoming year to be a big year for OpenID — and not just because of the Google trend chart with the recent uptake in search query share.
Discussion: digg
WebGuerrilla / Greg Boser:
The Half-Truths of Talking Frogs  —  When David Pasternack first began running his mouth off about the death of organic SEO, I decided it was best to refrain from commenting.  I came to that decision in large part due to the amount of respect I have for Kevin Lee.  Kevin's an extremely intelligent and savvy guy.
Loren Baker / Search Engine Journal:
Vote for the 2006 Search Blogs Awards!  —  Voting for the Search Engine Journal's 2006 Search Blogs Awards are now open.  —  Please take the time to rank and vote for your favorite search engine blogs and bloggers!  —  Vote Now!  —  In most of the categories, we ask voters to rank …
Mike / Techdirt:
Is The NBA Trying To Hide Video Footage Of The Big Brawl On YouTube?  —  from the as-if-people-don't-know-about- it?  dept  —  If you pay any attention at all to basketball, you heard about the big brawl this past weekend that ended in the ejection of 10 players.
Economist:
Work-life balance  —  Consumer technologies are invading corporate computing  —  IN OCTOBER, shortly after taking over as head of information technology (IT) at Arizona State University, Adrian Sannier gave the nod to his contact at Google, the internet giant known for its search engine …
Discussion: Computers.net, broadstuff and Slashdot
Richard MacManus / Read/WriteWeb:
GoogleOS II: Starring Linus Torvalds  —  Written by Emre Sokullu and edited by Richard MacManus  —  Did the above image shock you?  No, this is not a real Google advert!  But something similar may well turn into reality.  In this sequel to our original GoogleOS blockbuster …
Discussion: loose wire blog
 
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Darren Rowse / ProBlogger Blog Tips:
Blogging Wills - What happens to your Blogs When You Die?
Discussion: digg
Matt Marshall / VentureBeat:
What is proper etiquette for VCs — fiddle with Blackberry or not?
Liz Gannes / NewTeeVee:
Veoh reboots, adds payments and cross-publishing
Gina Trapani / Lifehacker:
Geek to Live: Lifehacker Zeitgeist
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Rachel Rosmarin / Forbes:
Why Gears Of War Costs $60
Robert McMillan / PC World:
Sony Settles Rootkit Suits
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Dave Zatz / Zatz Not Funny!:
Hands On With HAVA  —  First seen at CES last January …
Jenn Shreve / Wired News:
You've Got Mail, and Your Period
Google Blogoscoped:
Google Pimps Own Services in Search Results
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Why I Am Breaking Up With Netflix