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10:25 AM ET, March 30, 2007

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Declan McCullagh / CNET News.com:
Apple's iPhone will be released on June 11  —  Ever since Steve Jobs' keynote at the Macworld Expo in January, we've known that the iPhone is being released sometime in June.  But we haven't known exactly when.  —  Now Cingular is confirming that the release date will be June 11.
Nick Gonzalez / TechCrunch:
The Real Scrapblog is Here... Finally  —  Scrapbook maker, Scrapblog strutted its stuff at the We Media conference last month, went off the grid, and finally came back online today.  —  Scrapblogs are Flash-based slide shows made up of pages of photo or video layouts you can jazz up with a myriad of designs and effects.
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Miss Rogue / HorsePigCow:
Embracing the chaos: and recognizing opportunities
Discussion: hyku | blog, JD on EP and Ryan Stewart
Michael Kwun / Washington Post:
An End Run on Copyright Law  —  In a March 24 op-ed, Viacom's general counsel, Michael Fricklas, defended his company's lawsuit against YouTube and Google.  Resisting the urge to litigate this case in public, we still thought it useful to reply briefly.  —  Viacom's lawsuit is an attack …
Susan Crawford blog:
Why I Voted For XXX  —  The ICANN Board voted today 9-5, with Paul Twomey abstaining, to reject a proposal to open .xxx.  This is my statement in connection with that vote.  I found the resolution adopted by the Board (rejecting xxx) both weak and unprincipled.
Business Week:
NewTube Is Just The Beginning  —  Give it up for NBC Universal and News Corp. (NWS ), because in late March the two old-media titans made the biggest splash for a nonexistent product since the iPhone.  —  Of course, Steve Jobs has a couple of prototype phones that a lucky few can dandle.
Acarvin / Andy Carvin's Waste of Bandwidth:
Using Twitter to Fight Cyberbullies  —  Those of you who have been following my blog for the last month know that I've been experimenting a lot with the group messaging service Twitter.  It's been a great way to keep in touch with colleagues, though it borders on the addictive.
Jose Nazario / Security to the Core:
Today's Other Malware Threat: IE7.0.exe  —  Lest you think that the ANI thing was the only thing going on today, you'd miss the other part of today's entertainment.  There's a new Trojan spam going around trying to entice you to download MSFT IE7.0 Beta 2 (never mind that it's been released).
Discussion: Zero Day and Digital Inspiration
Robert McMillan / InfoWorld:
Author apologizes but fails to fix Panda worm  —  The worm's author claims to have written a fix, but Symantec says it doesn't undo file and registry changes made by the worm and is ineffective against variants  —  The accused mastermind behind the Panda Burning Incense worm has not done …
Discussion: Zoli's Blog and Neowin.net
Brian Briggs / BBspot:
RIAA Lawsuit Decision Matrix  —  BBspot has obtained secret documents which RIAA lawyers use to determine whether to file a lawsuit against a copyright violator.  These documents give insight into the RIAA's decision-making process, and could help people avoid lawsuits in the future.
Discussion: digg
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
SellABand Music Model Gaining Traction  —  Marshall Kirkpatrick wrote about German startup SellABand when it launched last August.  —  Like Amie Street, SellABand has an innovative way for struggling new artists to get their music heard, and make some money as well.  Artists sign up and upload some of their music.
Business Week:
Is Google Too Powerful?  —  As the Web giant tears through media, software, and telecom, rivals fear its growing influence.  Now they're fighting back  —  It's the year 2014, and Googlezon, a fearsomely powerful combination of search engine Google Inc. (GOOG ) and online store Amazon.com Inc. …
Discussion: IP Democracy
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Project Agape: Sean Parker To Apply Virality To Altruism  —  Yesterday I sat down with Sean Parker at his offices at the Founders Fund in San Francisco to see a demo of his new and yet-to-be-named startup (the working name for the project is Project Agape).  —  Parker is a larger …
Discussion: GigaOM and rexduffdixon.com
David Craddock / Shacknews:
Alex St John Interview  —  Shack: Tell us a bit about yourself, and why you thought PC gaming should move from DOS to Windows.  —  Alex St John: I used to work for Microsoft several years ago, and I was originally hired to handle their publishing and printing architecture.
David Lenehan / Read/WriteWeb:
Top Irish Web Apps  —  Continuing Read/WriteWeb's series on international web apps, I bring you a sample of all that the emerald isle has to offer. 20 years ago Ireland was a sleepy backwater with high unemployment and mass emigration.  Jobs were rare and the only new startups were farms.
Read/WriteWeb:
P2P: Introduction and Real World Applications  —  Written by Can Erten and edited by Richard MacManus.  This is the first in a 2-part series on Read/WriteWeb, exploring the world of P2P on the Web.  Part 1 (this post) is a general introduction to P2P, along with some real-world applications of P2P.
 
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Thomas Ricker / Engadget:
First Optimus Maximus prototype key revealed
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Joshua Jaffe / VC Ratings:
Vinod Khosla's complete portfolio of 26 renewable energy startups
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Aaron Swartz / Raw Thought:
Everything Good is Bad For You  —  While we were developing Reddit …
Pete Cashmore / Mashable!:
T9space Reports 4 Million Pageviews a Month
John Battelle / John Battelle's Searchblog:
REVISIONIST HISTORY AT IDG
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Google Blogoscoped:
Google Maps Recommends a Long Swim
Inside AdWords:
Pay-per-action beta — your questions answered
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Ryan Paul / Ars Technica:
OLPC manufacturer to sell $200 laptop in developed countries
Discussion: TeleRead, Financial Times and digg
 Earlier Items: 
Mark Wallace / 3pointD.com:
IBM's Colin Parris Dives Into Virtual Worlds
John Furrier / PodTech.net:
Tom Foremski Signs with the PodTech Network
Brian Krebs / Security Fix:
Fortune 500s Unwittingly Become Spammers
Eric Bangeman / Ars Technica:
Why the RIAA doesn't want defendants exonerated
Discussion: Techdirt and Slashdot
Globe and Mail:
U.S. equity firm stalks BCE, plots takeover
Dave Winer / Scripting News:
Not looking for sympathy or anything
Discussion: odd time signatures and 901am
Kelly Hill / RCR Wireless News:
AT&T to speed up HSDPA, add dozens of new markets
Preston Gralla / PC World:
101 Fantastic Freebies
Discussion: Download Squad and digg