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9:00 PM ET, March 19, 2007

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Associated Press:
And the YouTube award goes to...  NEW YORK (AP) — Lonelygirl15, OK Go and other YouTube sensations will get an opportunity to walk down a virtual red carpet.  —  The video-sharing Web site announced Monday that it will hold the first YouTube Video Awards to recognize the best-user created videos of 2006.
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Pete Cashmore / Mashable!:
YouTube Video Awards  —  YouTube will announce on Monday the launch of "YouTube Video Awards" - a late attempt to honor the best-user generated videos of 2006.  The seven categories are Most Inspirational, Most Creative, Best Series, Best Comedy, Musician of the Year, Best Commentary and "Most Adorable Video Ever."
Katie Marsal / AppleInsider:
Apple TV said to be worthy of overtaking both TiVo and Netflix  —  Although AppleTV has ceded the limelight to iPhone and similarly been overshadowed by the buzz preceding the launch of Leopard, it could prove to be as disruptive to legacy video purchase-and-consumption behavior as the iPod …
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Ian Murdock / Ian Murdock's Weblog:
Joining Sun  —  I saw my first Sun workstation about 15 years ago, in 1992.  I was a business student at Purdue University, and a childhood love for computers had just been reawakened.  I was spending countless hours in the basement of the Math building, basking in the green phosphorescent glow …
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Simon Phipps / Simon Phipps, SunMink:
Charting the Next 25 Years  —  I'm delighted to be able to welcome a new colleague who's starting with Sun today.  He is starting a newly-defined role as Chief Operating Platforms Officer at Sun, and is responsible for building a new strategy to evolve both Sun's Solaris and GNU/Linux strategies.
Scott Gilbertson / Monkey Bites:
Adobe Launches Apollo  —  As I mentioned in The Morning Reboot, Adobe has released an alpha version of its new cross-platform deployment software.  The new software, which is code-named Apollo, aims to bridge the gap between traditional desktop applications and the growing functionality of web applications.
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John Markoff / New York Times:
Researchers Track Down a Plague of Fake Web Pages  —  Tens of thousands of junk Web pages, created only to lure search-engine users to advertisements, are proliferating like billboards strung along freeways.  Now Microsoft researchers say they have traced the companies and techniques behind them.
Jeffrey L. Wilson / LAPTOP Magazine:
Fujitsu LifeBook B6210 and P1610 Go Flash  —  Two Tablet PCs adopt solid-state drives for enhanced performance.  —  Today Fujitsu announced that it has prepped two LifeBook Tablet PCs for the future with the announcement that customers can tailor the B6210 and the P1610 with solid-state disks for faster, more reliable performance.
Discussion: Gizmodo, Engadget and The Tech Report
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Michael Kanellos / CNET News.com:
Fujitsu adopts flash memory for new tablets
Wendy / eMoms at Home:
Blogging Elite Retreat ::  ShoeMoney  —  Live blogging from the trenches, I'm here in SF as Jeremy Shoemaker is wrapping up the first Elite Retreat presentation on SEM, PPC, Branding and Arbitrage.  —  Jeremy is well known for his success making money off of pushing ringtones.
Dawn Kawamoto / CNET News.com:
Report: U.S. most prolific source of online attacks  —  U.S. networks pumped out the highest percentage of attacks during the second half of last year, with China running a distant second, according to a report released Monday by security firm Symantec.  —  The U.S. accounted for 31 percent …
Discussion: TechSpot News and Today @ PC World
Blake Robinson / TechCrunch:
SXSW Showdown: Dodgeball Vs. Twitter  —  Now that South by Southwest 2007 has come to a close I finally have some minutes to write about the two most flaunted services of the show: Twitter and Dodgeball.  —  With both services, users establish a friends list to whom messages are broadcast.
Alex Iskold / Read/WriteWeb:
Web 3.0: When Web Sites Become Web Services  —  Today's Web has terabytes of information available to humans, but hidden from computers.  It is a paradox that information is stuck inside HTML pages, formatted in esoteric ways that are difficult for machines to process.
Discussion: digg
Kevin J. O'Brien / International Herald Tribune:
Magazine publishers see future, but no profit, in shift to Internet  —  HANNOVER: In 1980, the aspiring global media baron Rupert Murdoch turned to the president of his U.S. newspaper operations, Donald Kummerfeld, and, as he was wont to do, made a bold prediction.
Software News:
Microsoft partner: Vista less secure than XP  —  Security company Kaspersky claimed that Vista's User Account Control (UAC), the system of user privileges that can be used to restrict users' administrative rights, will be so annoying that users will disable it.
Discussion: Channel 9, The Tech Report and digg
Ernesto / TorrentFreak:
Calculate Your Optimal BitTorrent Settings  —  The calculator gives some good suggestions that might improve your overall download speed.  Just enter the maximum upload speed of your connection, and the calculator will give you your recommended upload speed, maximum connections per torrent, and some other settings.
Discussion: arghyle and digg
Robert Levine / New York Times:
A Fee Per Song Can Ruin Us, Internet Radio Companies Say  —  New-media companies and record labels are feuding again.  But this time, it is the digital companies that warn they may be driven out of business.  —  Several Internet radio companies are arguing that a recent decision …
Roger Ehrenberg / Information Arbitrage:
Nintendo vs. Sony: It's Like Atari vs. Betamax  —  Overview  —  I was trolling around YouTube and came upon three gaming commercials - one vintage ad for the Atari VCS 2600 (circa 1977 - check out the Wikipedia entry here), one current ad for the Wii and one new-ish ad for the PS3.
Discussion: Game | Life
 
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Paul Miller / Engadget:
Toshiba not so impressed by Blu-ray's victory cries
Discussion: Tech.co.uk
Jacqui Cheng / Ars Technica:
AT&T/Cingular blocks cellular customers from free conference call services
Khoi Vinh / Subtraction:
Oh Yeeaahh!  —  It's been about a year now since …
Dameon Welch-Abernathy / Web Worker Daily:
5 WAYS TO USE SKYPE PRIME TO MAKE MONEY
Brandon Hill / DailyTech:
Wal-Mart to Rate Electronics Suppliers on Environmental Sustainability
Eric Bangeman / Ars Technica:
EU may force single mobile TV standard on cellular carriers
Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
Google ads coming to a video game near you as Adscape deal closes
Discussion: DailyTechRag and digg
Brad Stone / New York Times:
Hot but Virtuous Is an Unlikely Match for an Online Dating Service
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Tony Mobily / Free Software Magazine:
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Google:
Google announces partnership with Rwandan Government and Kenya …
Microsoft:
Entrepreneurs Gather at Microsoft's Small Business Summit
Brian Krebs / Security Fix:
Stolen Identities Sold Cheap on the Black Market
John Battelle / John Battelle's Searchblog:
BALLMER ON GOOGLE - UH OH
Victoria Shannon / New York Times:
Lycos, Early Search Engine, in a U.S. Remake as Jubii
Jeremyliew / Lightspeed Venture Partners Blog:
Time Rich or Time Poor?  —  Broadly speaking, there are two types …