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11:00 PM ET, March 8, 2007

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Richard MacManus / Read/WriteWeb:
My Yahoo! Gets Web 2.0 Makeover  —  Hot on the heels of My.Netscape's personalized homepage makeover, Yahoo has announced a new version of its own long-running personalized homepage, My Yahoo.  It will at first be a private beta, with a limited number of users being offered a beta account at http://cm.my.yahoo.com/upgrade.
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Steve Rubel / Micro Persuasion:
New My Yahoo Signals It Has Abandoned the Geeks  —  Does anyone among the tech influential spend any significant time on Yahoo anymore?  I sure don't and for years I did.  I have a couple of their news feeds, but for the most part it seems like all the action is on Google and a bunch of startups.
Discussion: Scripting News
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
All New My Yahoo  —  There's an all new My Yahoo launching today at 11 am PST.  This is the web's most popular customizable home page by far, with 50 milliion or so worldwide users and half of the total market (the other half is controlled by Netvibes, GoogleIG, Pageflakes, Live.com and others).
Richard MacManus / Read/WriteWeb:
Ex-My Yahoo Boss, Now Pageflakes CEO, Responds to My Yahoo Beta
Discussion: Mashable!
Yahoo! Answers Team Blog:
What is the Answers Network (Beta)?  —  We've received a lot of feedback regarding the quality of content on Yahoo! Answers.  While we are continuing to find ways to attack trolls, fight spam, and filter and delete abuse on the site, we've also learned that a large portion …
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Yahoo! Search blog:
Who's in your knowledge network?  —  You've got a burning question and you know someone out there has got the answer.  We've all been in this situation and for over 90 million people worldwide, spanning 20 countries, and 9 languages, Yahoo! Answers has been the answer.
Loren Baker / Search Engine Journal:
Yahoo Answers Adds Social Networking
Discussion: Yodel Anecdotal
Jerry Useem / Fortune:
Apple: America's best retailer  —  The high-tech wundercompany has landed - not only on our street corners and in our malls, but also for the first time, on the top 10 of Fortune's Most Admired Companies.  —  (Fortune Magazine) — "Sorry Steve, Here's Why Apple Stores Won't Work," BusinessWeek wrote with great certainty in 2001.
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Digg Hits 1 Million Registered Users  —  Congratulations to Digg, which announced that they've had a million accounts registered at at the site (at least ten of which are mine ).  This is a 5x increase year over year - In March 2006 they had just 200,000 registered users.  In March 2005, less than 50,000.
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QuadsZilla / SEO BlackHat:
Digg Hits 750,000 Sock Puppets  —  Digg recently announced that they passed the 1,000,000 Mark for number of registered users.  But as Michael Arrington points out, everyone who uses Digg is spamming it by creating multiple "sock puppet" accounts: … More than 10 are his …
Discussion: 901am
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission:
SEC Suspends Trading Of 35 Companies Touted In Spam Email Campaigns  —  Investor Protection Agency Unveils "Operation Spamalot"  —  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  —  2007-34  —  Washington, D.C., March 8, 2007 - The Securities and Exchange Commission this morning suspended trading in the securities …
Tim O'Reilly / O'Reilly Radar:
The Economics of Online Advertising  —  Mark Jacobsen pointed to a sobering post by Jeremy Lieuw on the lightspeed venture blog about the economics of online advertising.  Entitled Three ways to build an online media business to $50m in revenue, the article does the math:
Mary Jo Foley / All about Microsoft:
Microsoft customers melting down over Daylight Saving patches  —  IN FOCUS » See more posts on: Daylight Saving Time  —  Thousands of Microsoft customers are running into problems understanding and applying the myriad Microsoft Daylight Saving Time (DST) patches required in order …
Valleywag:
DEATHWATCH: Red Herring's agony  —  Red Herring, the title that chronicled the 1990s tech boom, is on its last legs, according to former staffers.  The storied magazine, which could make or break startups during the last cycle, is struggling despite a $1m bailout in December.
Discussion: Silicon Valley Watcher and 901am
Microsoft:
Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification  —  As part of the monthly security bulletin release cycle, Microsoft provides advance notification to customers about the number of new security updates being released, the software affected, severity, and information about detection tools relevant to the updates.
Brandon Hill / DailyTech:
eBay Revamps Feedback System  —  eBay adds Detailed Seller Ratings to its feedback system  —  eBay has decided to make the first significant change to its feedback system in over 11 years with the announcement of Feedback 2.0.  In addition to the standard positive, neutral and negative ratings …
Brian Benzinger / Solution Watch:
A Roundup for "Developers, Developers, Developers..."  —  First off, I apologize for the title - I couldn't resist.  (If you don't know what the title is talking about, see this video).  I am a web developer, as many of you may know.  I use software on my computer like Zend Studio, WinSCP, and Putty, as many developers would.
Discussion: digg
Om Malik / GigaOM:
Is Clearwire worth $4 billion?  —  Today should be a red-letter day for all tech-IPO aspirants, for today Wall Street proved that a loss making company can go public, raise over half-a-billion dollars in public market funds, and then get a market capitalization of over $4 billion.
 
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Jon Stokes / Ars Technica:
AMD brings Xbox 360 tech to handhelds
Discussion: Pocket PC Thoughts and digg
Doc Searls / Linux Journal:
Internet Radio on Death Row
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BL Ochman / B.L. Ochman's weblog:
Innovation in Advertising Won't Come From Google or Any Big Agency
Discussion: broadstuff
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Marc Hedlund / O'Reilly Radar:
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Users report major problems with Blockbuster Online
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 Earlier Items: 
Reuters:
Wikipedia founder says to challenge Google, Yahoo
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Not trapping users' data = GOOD
John Murrell / Good Morning Silicon Valley:
Sony's Home: Singapore, Sodom, or something else?
Discussion: Venture Chronicles
Google Blogoscoped:
Tips for Using Images in Blogs
Daniel Terdiman / CNET News.com:
Developers aim to lure women to adult games
Discussion: Global Nerdy
Christine Churchill / Search Engine Land:
Survival of the Nimble
Ken Fisher / Ars Technica:
Skype: Now you, too, can run a phone sex line (or even tech support!)
Randy Dotinga / Wired News:
Adobe Tackles Photo Forgeries