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11:35 PM ET, January 4, 2007

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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Daylife Launches, Starts Very Long Uphill Climb  —  New York based Daylife, a news aggregation site I invested in long, long ago, has finally launched.  We first mentioned the company back in July.  After quickly reviewing the launch product, I am unhappy to report that I am underwhelmed by what Daylife has to offer.
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Steve Rubel / Micro Persuasion:
Daylife Establishes a New Way to View News  —  Daylife, a startup that Jeff Jarvis is working on, rolled out its public beta today.  I have been an alpha tester for the past few months.  —  The site aggregates content from news sites and a selection of blogs.
Discussion: craigblog and CenterNetworks
Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
Daylife dawns  —  I'm excited to report that Daylife, the news startup I've been helping on, has launched its site today.  Take the tour here.  —  Actually, Daylife launched its platform a few weeks ago, without fanfare and trumpet, powering the new exportable, embedable NewsTracker …
Discussion: Monkey Bites and O'Reilly Radar
Dick / blogs.feedburner.com:
A 360 Degree View of Audience Engagement  —  As promised, site statistics are now live.  Our architecture conversion work after the BlogBeat acquisition is complete, and our free StandardStats service now enables any of our publishers to track both feed and site audience, all from the comfort of your FeedBurner account.
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PayPerPost:
Performancing Deal is Off  —  After much discussion and heartache we have decided to walk away from the Performancing deal.  We listened to our Posties and other Metrics users, dug into the Metrics platform and regretfully found that it wasn't what we were looking for right now.
Guardian:
What Jobs told me on the iPhone  —  Will Apple's chief executive unveil a tablet Mac or an 'iPhone' at Macworld next week?  Former sales boss David Sobotta describes the meeting which explained key thinking  —  Next week, Steve Jobs will stand on stage in San Francisco to make his keynote speech …
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Peter Burrows / Business Week:
Is Steve Jobs Untouchable?  —  An internal inquiry gives him a pass in Apple's backdating scandal—but raises questions about whether he's getting special treatment  —  In Silicon Valley, Steve Jobs is admired for many things: his storybook resuscitation of Apple Computer (AAPL) …
Brian Krebs / Security Fix:
Internet Explorer Unsafe for 284 Days in 2006  —  Security Fix spent the past several weeks compiling statistics on how long it took some of the major software vendors to issue patches for security flaws in their products.  Since Windows is the most-used operating system in the world …
Michael Graczyk / ABCNEWS:
Jeff Bezos Shows Off Spacecraft Test  —  Amazon.com Founder Posts Photos, Videos of His New Spacecraft Test As He Seeks Engineers  —  Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos is asking engineers to join his fledgling and secretive private aerospace business, breaking a long silence about his operation …
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Reuters:
Brazil court orders YouTube shut on celeb sex video  —  SAO PAULO, Brazil, Jan 4 (Reuters) - A Brazilian court ordered the popular video sharing service YouTube, a unit of Internet search provider Google Inc. (GOOG.O: Quote, Profile , Research), to be shut down until it removes a celebrity sex video …
Eric Bangeman / Ars Technica:
70 cents per track is "in the correct range," says UMG attorney  —  There's a new development from yesterday's story on wholesale download pricing.  While the record labels are still unwilling to divulge their wholesale pricing structure for online music sales in UMG v. Lindor without strict …
Discussion: Neowin.net, digg and Slashdot
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Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
Studios okay users burning CSS-encrypted movies, but special media is required  —  Movie download services have been hamstrung, kneecapped, and hobbled (choose your favorite leg-related metaphor) by their general inability to burn movies to DVD.  It's hard to believe that this is such a big deal in 2007 …
Discussion: MacUser and Gizmodo
Google:
China Mobile, Google Launch Cooperation: Creating Leading Mobile Search Service in China  —  China Mobile, the world's largest mobile telecommunications carrier, and Google, the world's largest search engine, announced today a cooperation to provide mobile and Internet search services in China.
Nik Cubrilovic / New Web Order:
Lies, Damn Lies and Subscriber Counts  —  Since being back at work, I have been steadily catching up with emails and news.  A story that caught my attention was BoingBoing reporting on a very large spike in their Feedburner subscription stats.  Techcrunch also reported the story.
Discussion: Read/WriteWeb
Richard Siklos / New York Times:
New Disc May Sway DVD Wars  —  Consumers wary of buying new high-definition DVD players because of a technology war reminiscent of the days of Betamax versus VHS will soon have a new kind of DVD that might make the decision less daunting.  —  Warner Brothers, which helped popularize the DVD …
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Google "Tips" Pulled?  —  The controversial Google "Tips", where Google promoted certain of their own products over organic search results, have been quietly pulled down.  —  Until recently, Google searches for Calendar, Blogging, Photo Sharing and others returned "tips" …
Jim Dalrymple / Macworld:
Adobe brings Premiere back to the Mac  —  Adobe will announce on Thursday that it will revive a Mac version of Premiere, the software maker's video program aimed at professional editors.  The new Mac version will only run on Intel-based Macs and will be part of a larger Adobe Production Studio suite …
Yoav / Windows Live OneCare Team Blog:
Windows Live OneCare (v1.5) is released to manufacturing  —  Welcome back to all those that were on vacation, and a happy new year.  As you may have noticed from relative inactivity in my blogging, it's been quite a hectic time here on the product development team.
Walter S. Mossberg / WSJ Personal Technology:
Bold Redesign Improves Office 2007  —  Next to the Web browser, Microsoft Office is probably the most-used computer software product in the world.  Its three main components — Word, Excel and PowerPoint — are the top business applications on computers.  And the fourth pillar of Office …
Ina Fried / CNET News.com:
Vista testers get unexpected holiday gift: No TV  —  Some people testing Microsoft's Windows Vista got an unexpected holiday surprise: their TVs stopped working.  —  Media Center, which is included in the Home Premium and Ultimate versions of the Vista operating system …
 
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Mike / Techdirt:
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Business Wire:
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Valley networker Auren Hoffman's reputation on the line
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PR Newswire:
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SanDisk Launches 32-Gigabyte Solid State Drive Targeting Hard …
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Robert Niles / Online Journalism Review:
The silliest, and most destructive, debate in journalism
Discussion: Techdirt
Laurie A. Duncan / The Unofficial Apple Weblog:
OWC and Axiotron announce the ModBook, a Mac-based tablet computer
Stephen Shankland / ZDNet:
A peek at faster Power6, Cell chips
Discussion: Engadget, I4U News and Slashdot
Matt Marshall / VentureBeat:
Mochila, the market place for individual articles
Discussion: PaidContent and 21talks
newsroom.cisco.com:
Cisco Announces Agreement to Acquire IronPort
Discussion: GigaOM
Christopher Drew / New York Times:
U.S. Bars Lab From Testing Electronic Voting