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9:20 AM ET, April 1, 2007

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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
TechCrunch Has Acquired F**kedCompany.com  —  Tomorrow we will announce that we have acquired Philip "Pud" Kaplan's F**kedCompany.com in a stock for assets transaction.  The basic details of the transaction are included in a press release that will go out around 9 pm PST tonight, and Pud has also mentioned this on his personal blog.
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Dave Winer / Scripting News:   Time to buy  —  Mike Arrington announces that TechCrunch …
Steve O'Hear / The Social Web:   TechCrunch to announce it has acquired F***edCompany.com
Greg Sandoval / CNET News.com:   F***edCompany looking for a buyer
Robert Scoble / Scobleizer:
Apple collaborating with Amazon, Google, and Cingular on new iReader?  —  I was going to not blog until Monday, but I saw something today that just has to be blogged about.  Seriously, on Monday I'll be on CNN with Kathy Sierra and Chris Locke talking about this week's events.
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Andrew Orlowski / The Register:
Apple, Google join forces for 'ultimate phone'  —  Exclusive Apple and Google have abandoned their individual mobile phone projects for a joint venture, The Register has learned.  —  Apple will mothball its iPhone, announced in January, in favour of a new device that serves as a platform for Google's contextual advertising business.
Discussion: Google Blogoscoped
Scott Karp / Publishing 2.0:
Why Journalism Matters  —  By now we are all quite familiar with the upside of blogging — free, easy-to-use software and the powerful network effects of the web have enable thousands of people who might never have had a voice back in the days of scarce publishing resources to have their voices heard far and wide.
Discussion: ALLIED, howardowens.com and paradox1x
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Tim O'Reilly / O'Reilly Radar:
Call for a Blogger's Code of Conduct  —  Before I start, I should disclose that in addition to being an author and a conference presenter for O'Reilly, Kathy Sierra is a friend, and I've been talking with her about the situation referred to in this post since I first became aware of it last weekend.
Google:
Google announces free in-home wireless broadband service  —  "Dark porcelain" project offers self-installed plumbing-based Internet access  —  Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) today announced the launch of Google TiSP (BETA)™, a free in-home wireless broadband service that delivers online connectivity via users' plumbing systems.
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Ionut Alex. Chitu / Google Operating System:
Google Writer  —  Google launched in October 2005 a feed reader, which became popular a year later.  The company also offered publishing tools like Blogger, Page Creator and Google Docs, but even if they make your job easier by letting you focus on the content, you still have to come up with the text and the ideas.
Apple TV Hacks:
Mac OS X running on Apple TV  —  semthex from Hackint0sh.org, in collaboration with AppleTVHacks.net has done it again!  A complete replacement to the Mac OS X kernel has been built which allows the full version of Mac OS X to be run on an Apple TV.  —  Semthex wrote a processor emulation …
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
The Matt Cutts Blog Gets Hacked  —  The Matt Cutts Blog Gets Hacked  —  The Dark SEO Team has had a bit of a beef with Google's Matt Cutts from back in 2005 over URL hijacking.  Looks like they've pulled a prank on him today.  Matt's blog is down, hacked — and archives wiped out as well.
Richard Siklos / New York Times:
Push Comes to Shove for Control of Web Video  —  FOR now, the biggest news in the exploding realm of online video is not much more than a news release.  Still, the recent announcement from the News Corporation and NBC Universal of a new online video venture shows a big change …
Discussion: Beet.TV
Torres Talking:
Apple TV... nope!  —  I anticipated this here.  —  I swung by the Apple Store today to a) buy a charger for my nano and b) checkout the Apple TV since Scoble and others were raving about it.  What an utter disappointment.  The interface looks like a weak version of Media Center …
Jeremy Wagstaff / loose wire blog:
Wagging The Journalist Tail  —  I'm a bit late on this, but if you're a journalist it's an interesting glimpse on just how much effort PR puts into spin: Microsoft's PR agency sends its memo on a Wired journalist to the journalist himself (the dossier is here).
louisgray.com:
Is Technorati Going After Spam Blogs?  —  The issue of spam blogs, or "splogs" is a big one.  As blog software becomes ever more easy to use, it's no surprise that robots and scripts have been built to make fake blogs, and are engineered to look very real, as the splogs usurp other's content …
Om Malik / GigaOM:
Xcerion makes Internet OS real  —  Internet OS sector seems to be getting increasingly crowded.  Start-ups such as YouOS, EyeOS are vying for mindshare with Internet giants like Google.  The seriousness of market is reflected by the fact that earlier this month, Microsoft set up an all-star group to tackle the Cloud OS opportunities.
 
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