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1:20 AM ET, April 26, 2007

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PR Newswire:
Apple Reports Second Quarter Results  —  Earnings Grow 88 Percent Year-over-Year  —  CUPERTINO, Calif., April 25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Apple® today announced financial results for its fiscal 2007 second quarter ended March 31, 2007.  The Company posted revenue of $5.26 billion …
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Steve / The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs:
I told you  —  Buy, buy, buy.  Right?  Did you?  I hope so.  Folks this is not some fluke or flash in the pan.  This is a long-term trend with nothing to get in its way.  Vista sucks and will continue to suck for the next — what?  Five years?  Seven years?
Discussion: BARRONS.com
Cynthia Brumfield / IP Democracy:
Apple's Profit Skyrockets as Board Backs Jobs
Discussion: paidContent.org
Owen Thomas / Business 2.0 Beta:
Apple 2Q '07 Earnings: Live Coverage
Discussion: Byte of the Apple and Gizmodo
Tom Krazit / CNET News.com:
Apple's board defends Jobs amid hefty Q2 profits
Discussion: TechBlog and TechSpot News
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Apple 2.0:
Mac Sales Soar
Discussion: BloggingStocks and Gizmodo
Jessica Dickler / CNNMoney.com:
Apple earnings soar
Discussion: MarketWatch
Matt Cutts / Gadgets, Google, and SEO:
Google and privacy  —  In my previous post I talked about some useful things I'd discovered about Google's Web History feature.  As you might expect, several commenters asked about various aspects of privacy for Web History.  I gave a quick response in my comments, but I figured …
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Chris Gilmer / Download Squad:
Google Search gets a facelift
Discussion: InsideGoogle
Brian Krebs / Security Fix:
Virus Writers Taint Google Ad Links  —  Virus writers have been gaming Google's "sponsored links" — the paid ads shown alongside search engine results.  They are aiming to get their malicious software installed on computers whose users click onto ad links after searching for legitimate sites …
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Roger Thompson / Exploit Prevention Labs:
Google sponsored links not safe?
Discussion: Today @ PC World
Steve / The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs:
Radically, transparently stupid  —  Maybe you've heard of Steve Rubel.  He's this smarmy PR guy from Edelman PR who thinks he's Mr. Know It All when it comes to blogging.  He's always talking about "radical transparency" even though, let's face it, he makes his living telling friggin lies.
Discussion: Valleywag
Ohio University:
Ohio University announces changes in file-sharing policies  —  Ohio University announces changes in file-sharing policies ATHENS, Ohio (April 25, 2007) - In an effort to ensure that every student, faculty member and researcher has access to the computer resources they need …
Discussion: Slashdot and broadbandreports.com
Brian Oberkirch / Like It Matters:
Live: All Things Digital  —  Go check out All Things Digital, the new online home of Walt Mossberg, Kara Swisher and John Paczkowski.  —  Walt and Kara have extended their highly regarded D Conference with a showcase site that wraps up all Walt's weekly columns and adds a new 'Mossblog' to the mix …
Mary Jo Foley / All about Microsoft:
Yet another Microsoft search exec calls it quits  —  The shake-ups in Microsoft's search organization aren't over yet.  —  On April 24, Microsoft announced internally that Dane Glasgow, general manager for Live Search, is leaving the company to work for various nonprofits and spend more time with his family.
TalkBMC - opensville:
Seven Reasons Microsoft Loves Open Source  —  Next week I'm leading the "Open Source, the Web, Interoperability, and Microsoft" panel at Mix07 in Vegas, my first Microsoft conference.  Naturally, I've been pondering the topic so I don't end up on stage with my pants around my ankles.
Dana Epp / Dana Epp's ramblings at the Sanctuary:
RunAs Radio interviews me about Cardspace  —  Recently I was interviewed by Richard Campbell and Greg Hughs on RunAsRadio.  You might have heard of Richard... he's also the host of .Net Rocks!.  Where .NET Rocks! is for developers, RunAsRadio is for IT Pros.
Ryan Block / Engadget Mobile:
iPhone Q&A for AT&T employees  —  Not a lot here, but for those clammoring for any possible news about the iPhone, we got our hands on an internal AT&T iPhone Q&A document.  The highlights:  — With an iPhone you'll have access to Cingular's MyAccount via the device as well as via iTunes.
Discussion: MacUser, Infinite Loop and Crave
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
GrandCentral Mobile Is Live  —  Telephone management startup GrandCentral launched a mobile version of the service yesterday, although they have not announced the product yet.  The mobile site is available at grancentral.com/mobile.  It will not load properly from a desktop browser …
Chris Sherman / Search Engine Land:
Stop Presses!  Google Bested In Search Shoot-Out!  —  PC World has released the results of its most recent search engine shoot-out, and surprise, surprise, found that "Google is indeed the best search engine."  —  However...  This wasn't just a casual test, and Google wasn't the best across …
Discussion: Screenwerk
Om Malik / GigaOM:
HitForge, a new twist on incubators  —  Naval Ravikant, who in his past life co-founded Epinions and Vast, has started HitForge, a San Francisco-based outfit that is a unique twist on the incubator model.  —  HitForge is an entrepreneur cooperative composed of independent small teams …
Greg Mitchell / Editor and Publisher:
Finalists for 2007 EPpy Awards Announced  —  NEW YORK Washingtonpost.com has earned five finalist nods in the 2007 EPpy Awards, which are sponsored by Editor & Publisher and MediaWeek magazines.  The finalists were announced today.  —  EPpy winners will be revealed at the Interactive Newspaper Conference …
Nick Starr / The Boy Genius Report:
Sprint Announces PPC-6800  —  Sprint has sent out the data sheet for their upcoming PPC-6800 (HTC Titan).  What a great phone, if it only included Windows Mobile 6 and EV-DO Rev A. instead of hinting at the possibilities of being able to upgrade Featuring a 2.8" QVGA LCD screen, WiFi …
Anne Zelenka / Web Worker Daily:
BEFORE YOU DECLARE EMAIL BANKRUPTCY...  Did you ever wish you could delete all your email without responding?  Maybe you can.  It's called email bankruptcy.  You realize you are never going to dig yourself out from under the pile of email in your inbox so you just declare that you won't.
Discussion: rexduffdixon.com
 
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