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10:35 AM ET, February 21, 2007

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Patrick Thibodeau / Computerworld:
Buying a new PC?  'Windows Vista Capable' barely hits the mark  —  IBM'er says Vista's RAM sweet spot is 4GB  —  Configuring a PC around the minimum hardware requirements of an application or operating system is lot like agreeing to live in a basement apartment.
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Dan Farber / Between the Lines:
Edgeio launches classified platform for the masses  —  Edgeio started out as classified marketplace for the blogging masses a year ago, where bloggers post items they want to sell on their blogs, tag them as "listing," and then Edgeio's crawler plucks and indexes them on Edgeio.com.
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Robert Scoble / ScobleShow:
Edgeio ships new Marketplaces, classified ads for your blog
Discussion: localglo.be
Randfish / SEOmoz Daily SEO Blog:
My Advice on Google Sitemaps - Verify, but Don't Submit  —  It sounds bizarre, almost counterintuitive, but many of best minds in the world of SEO appear to be rallying around the idea that submitting a feed to Google Sitemaps and Yahoo! Site Explorer is actually a terrible idea.
PRWeb:
MojoPages.com Launches in Local Search Space  —  Internet Startup Revolutionizes Local Search: Imagine YellowPages, MySpace and YouTube, All Rolled Into One  —  San Diego (PRWEB) February 21, 2007 — According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the services industries (e.g., plumbers, car mechanics …
Discussion: Search Engine Land and Screenwerk
Caroline McCarthy / CNET News.com:
New deal will bring competitive gaming to TV  —  Major League Gaming, a professional video-game league, has announced a content distribution deal that will bring its original programming to a variety of platforms including television and mobile video.  The league has partnered with media development …
Discussion: CrunchGear and Joystiq
Katie Fehrenbacher / NewTeeVee:
Is NHL putting YouTube Sharing on Ice?  —  Media companies are struggling over how to work with YouTube.  Is the video site a friend or a foe?  Even those that are embracing Google's online video company aren't so sure where to draw the line.  —  The NHL, which gained nearly universal praise …
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Mark / RUWT?blog:
NHL Yanks Videos
Discussion: Micro Persuasion
Paul Kapustka / GigaOM:
GrandCentral adds Gizmo Support  —  GrandCentral, the single-phone-number Web-based service launched last fall, is adding support for the free Gizmo Project Internet VoIP service, which may open up a whole new way to decrease spending on international or long-distance calling.
Discussion: Alec Saunders .LOG and Roam4free
Charlie Demerjian / Inquirer:
Sun announces Project Neptune  —  Or Sx8ED10GEFXFPLPA as we call it  —  SUN IS FINALLY talking about Project Neptune, its multithreaded 10GbE NIC.  It has some really interesting features that put it, well into the category of unique.  It also is missing a lot, like, well, a name.
Rafat Ali / PaidContent:
Google-CBS Deal Dead For Now; YouTube's Tough Going With TV Networks  —  The wide-ranging and widely-expected Google-CBS deal, supposed to have been announced at CES last month, is dead for now, reports WSJ in a long and detailed story on Google's difficulties on working with TV networks and other media companies.
Discussion: Glass House, WebProNews and Lost Remote
Darren Murph / Engadget:
IEEE pushing 802.16m WiMAX to 1Gbps, hopes to converge with 4G  —  If there's one thing that we'll never be satisfied with, it's finding out just how many nanoseconds we can shave off our download times from year to year, and thankfully, the IEEE seems to get that.
Discussion: Gizmodo
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Samc / dailywireless.org:   WiMAX 802.16m: 1Gbps
Thomas C Greene / The Register:
Vista security overview: too little too late  —  Review Microsoft has gone out on a limb to promote Vista not merely as "the most secure version of Windows ever" (every recent version is marketed with that tired slogan), but for the first time as an adequately secure version of Windows.
Discussion: Slashdot
Graeme Wearden / CNET News.com:
U.K. government rejects calls for DRM ban  —  The U.K. government has rejected a call for digital rights management to be banned in the U.K., but has acknowledged that the technology could undermine consumer rights.  —  A total of 1,414 people signed an online petition calling for digital rights management …
Leander Kahney / Wired News:
Steve Jobs, Proud to Be Nonunion  —  Steve Jobs makes a lot of sense when he's talking about music and copyright protection, but when the topic is schools, he seems to be on a different planet.  —  The teachers' unions, Jobs believes, are ruining America's schools because they prevent bad teachers from being fired.
Mac DevCenter:
Stream Live HDTV from Your Mac  —  EyeTV-compatible tuners, like those offered by Elgato and Miglia, are the television tuners of choice for the Macintosh.  These tuners provide analog and digital, standard and high definition solutions for Mac TV-watching.  You can sit in front of your Mac and watch your shows as they record.
Tom Simonite / New Scientist Technology Blog:
iTunes fingers musical fraud  —  The recordings of a British concert pianist who found fame in the last years of her life have been exposed as hoaxes - by Apple's iTunes music player.  —  Joyce Hatto died in June 2006, having become a cause célèbre with fans of classical piano in the last years of her life.
Dave Girard / Ars Technica:
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom: the Ars Technica review  —  In search of the perfect workflow  —  Adobe Photoshop Lightroom  —  System requirements: Mac: 1GHz G4, 768MB RAM, Mac OS X 10.4.3; Windows: P4-class CPU, 768MB RAM, Windows XP SP2  —  Price: $299 ($199 through April 30, 2007)
Discussion: Guardian Unlimited, digg and Slashdot
Marshall Kirkpatrick / TechCrunch:
YourMinis Seeks to Relaunch the Startpage  —  The already highly competitive startpage space saw an interesting new play tonight when YourMinis.com relaunched with a changed site and a new strategy.  —  YourMinis is a beautiful aggregation of RSS feeds and web functionality that competes with Pageflakes …
Discussion: The Universal Desktop
Ryan Block / Engadget:
Fon wants you to help steal business from Starbucks and T-Mobile  —  Oh tricky, sneaky Fon.  Fresh off their 10,000 Fonero giveaway, they're stepping up the ante with how they give away their loss-leader routers.  Their newest campaign is sure to strike a chord with armchair entrepreneurs …
Discussion: PSFK Trend: PSFK
 
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