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4:26 AM ET, March 9, 2007

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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
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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.
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
All New My Yahoo  —  There's an all new My Yahoo (upgrade URL) launching today at 11 am PST.  This is the web's most popular customizable home page by far, with 50 million 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  —  I wondered how long it would take before Pageflakes responded to the new-look My Yahoo beta, given that the sharing and 'pages' features in My Yahoo beta are very similar to what Pageflakes has already done.
Discussion: Mashable!
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 …
Molly Graham / Official Google Blog:
Photos on Google Maps  —  Posted by Jess Lee, Product Manager, Google Maps  —  They say a picture is worth a thousand words, which is why we've added photos to Google Maps local search.  Now you can compare the sea views and room interiors for beachfront hotels in Honolulu or drool over the dishes served at steakhouses in Boston.
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Barry Schwartz / Search Engine Land:
Google Local Business Center Adds Photos, Attributes, Maps Corrections & Stats
Discussion: Screenwerk
Frank Ahrens / Washington Post:
Big Profits in Small Packages  —  If there's any good news about the businesses of newspapering these days, it can be found at the industry's littlest papers, which are doing well even as their bigger brothers founder.  —  The average daily circulation of all U.S. newspapers has declined since 1987.
Discussion: Techdirt and The Media Age
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.
adamap:
Google Keyword Tool Showing Number of Previous Month's Searches  —  Just caught this development this morning.  —  Click for larger image.
Joshua Chaffin / Financial Times:
Rights success for Universal as Bolt settles  —  Universal Music on Thursday reached a settlement with Bolt.com, an online video site, that it believes will strengthen its hand in rights negotiations with other internet sites that feature its artists' music and videos.
Discussion: Mashable! and PaidContent
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Online Video: Show Us the Money  —  Table 2: Online Video: What Would They Pay?  —  Website  —  Gimmick  —  Scenario: If the site gets 1 million hits in one month, books $100,000 in total ad revenues, AND your content on that site gets 10,000 page views and helps serve $5,000 worth of ads, you would earn...
Discussion: Mashable! and Lost Remote
Terry / Terry Heaton's PoMo Blog:
NEWS AS A SOCIAL PLAY: HERE COMES MYSPACE NEWS!  —  MySpace is getting into the news business with launch due in early 2nd quarter, according to inside sources and the company's own sales materials.  — MySpace News takes News to a whole new level by dynamically aggregating real-time news and blogs from top sites around the Web
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 …
Staci D. Kramer / PaidContent:
MLB-DirecTV Deal Could Be Boon For MLBAM Broadband—And Living-Room PC TV  —  Years ago, we chose DirecTV over cable because of access to out-of-market MLB and NHL packages.  Eventually they were available on cable too, lessening the major league sports difference between the two …
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Confirmed: Microsoft Building Google Apps/Zoho Competitor  —  Most of the good forward looking product information we get out of Microsoft is from the many blogs written by its employees.  And when a post is deleted by one of those bloggers, it's a big alarm bell to seek out and find what they originally wrote.
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Anne Zelenka / Web Worker Daily:
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Jon Stokes / Ars Technica:
AMD brings Xbox 360 tech to handhelds
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Doc Searls / Linux Journal:
Internet Radio on Death Row
Brian Benzinger / Solution Watch:
A Roundup for "Developers, Developers, Developers..."
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Ryan Paul / Ars Technica:
Patent office claims filesharing a threat to user privacy, national security
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BL Ochman / B.L. Ochman's weblog:
Innovation in Advertising Won't Come From Google or Any Big Agency
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