Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
$100 Million Payday For Feedburner - This Deal Is Confirmed — Rumors about Google acquiring RSS management company Feedburner from last week, started by ex-TechCrunch UK editor Sam Sethi, are accurate and are now confirmed according to a source close to the deal.
Discussion: HipMojo.com, Deep Jive Interests, Digital Inspiration, ClickZ News Blog, alarm:clock, SitePoint Blogs, The Next Net, CrunchNotes, The RSS Blog, Good Morning Silicon Valley, Marshall Kirkpatrick, Read/WriteWeb, Vecosys, VentureBeat, Paul Colligan's …, TechFold, CNET News.com, BetaNews, Publishing 2.0, Forever Geek, John Chow dot Com, CyberNet Technology News, franticindustries, tbites, parislemon, Podcasting News, mathewingram.com/work, TechSpot News, Digital Alchemy dot TV, Search Engine Watch Blog, Download Squad, RobWebb2K, Dare Obasanjo aka Carnage4Life, Weblog Tools Collection, paidContent.org, ben barren, Andy Beal's Marketing Pilgrim, Search Engine Journal, Valleywag, Web Analytics World, Business Week, Todd Watson, digg and Slashdot
Bill McGuire / ClickZ News Blog: Google to Buy FeedBurner, Source Says
Chrispian / SitePoint Blogs: Feedburner Acquired by Google
Erick Schonfeld / The Next Net: Rumor: Google About To Buy Feedburner
Randy Charles Morin / The RSS Blog: Google Buys Feedburner for $100M
John Murrell / Good Morning Silicon Valley: Insert awkward coinage of combined Google-FeedBurner names here
Josh Catone / Read/WriteWeb: Report: Feedburner to Google for $100m
Sam Sethi / Vecosys: Why Google really wants to buy Feedburner?
Matt Marshall / VentureBeat: Google buys Feedburner for $100M
Paul Colligan / Paul Colligan's Profitable Podcasting: A Good Day All Around - Reports Of The Feedburner Purchase (And What They Mean)
Elinor Mills / CNET News.com: Report: Google buying FeedBurner for $100 million
Scott Karp / Publishing 2.0: Google Acquires FeedBurner To Control The Building Blocks Of Online Publishing
Stan Schroeder / franticindustries: Google now owns your RSS feeds
Jose Vilches / TechSpot News: Google to acquire Feedburner for $100 million
Kevin Newcomb / Search Engine Watch Blog: Google Buying Feedburner?
Brad Linder / Download Squad: Google to pay $100 million for Feedburner
Rob Webb / RobWebb2K: Google + Feedburner = big for Chicago
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent.org: Feedburner-Google Deal In Final Stages, Possible $100 Million Value: Reports
Redbarren / ben barren: It's a Post Eddie + Kerry Kinda World.
Loren Baker / Search Engine Journal: Google FeedBurner Buyout 'Confirmed'
Manoj Jasra / Web Analytics World: FeedBurner Sold! for $100 Million to Google
Dvhirt / Slashdot: Feedburner Sale to Google Confirmed
Todd Cochrane / Geek News Central:
Google is Buying FeedBurner this is pure Evil! — I am hearing a lot of people cheering for Feedburner, sure I am happy for the folks that started the company, but this is really bad for people that are now going to be spied upon at a whole new level by the Google machine.
Karen / Official Google Blog:
Search without boundaries — Posted by Franz Och, Research Scientist; Maureen Heymans, Software Engineer; and Jeff Chin, International Product Manager — One of our goals at Google is to provide access to all the world's information. A big obstacle for that is the language barrier.
Discussion: Google Blogoscoped and Googlified
Philipp Lenssen / Google Blogoscoped: Google Releases Cross-Language Search
Haochi / Googlified: Search Results without Borders
Holly M. Sanders / New York Post:
GOOGLE ANNOUNCES PURGE OF AD-HEAVY WEB SITES — Google is trying to clean up its search results by cracking down on dubious Web sites that contain little content but lots of ads. — The search giant has notified a number of Web publishers in the last few days that they will be dropped from its popular …
Chris Winfield / 10e20: Chris Winfield in The NY Post: 'Ad & Subtract'
AdSense coming to a video near you
AdSense coming to a video near you
Adario Strange / Epicenter: Google Announces Adsense For Video
Donna Bogatin / Digital Markets: Google cracks advertising code, big time
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land: Technorati Blog Search Relaunches
Helen Leggatt / BizReport: Google pilots AdSense for Video
Paul Kapustka / NewTeeVee: Google Launching AdSense for Video
Arnold Zafra / Search Engine Journal: Google Testing Adsense for Video
Kevin Newcomb / Search Engine Watch Blog: Google Testing AdSense for Video
Duncan Riley / TechCrunch: Adsense For Video, Google Still Lagging
Ethan / ...My heart's in Accra:
Global Voices wins Knight Foundation News Challenge — I'm at the Editor and Publisher and Adweek "Interactive Media" conference today because the Knight Foundation is announcing its News Challenge winners this morning at the conference. Global Voices has won one of the 24 awards …
Discussion: Confessions of an Aca/Fan, Center for Citizen Media and Social Media
Henry Jenkins / Confessions of an Aca/Fan: CMS and Media Lab Get Knight Grant to Start a Center for Future Civic Media
Dan Gillmor / Center for Citizen Media: Citizen Media and the Law: A New Project
JD Lasica / Social Media: News Challenge winners
Knight Foundation grant
Knight Foundation grant
Discussion: Placeblogger, Kelsey Group Blogs, CyberJournalist.net and Recovering Journalist
Lisa Williams / Placeblogger: Placeblogger Wins Knight 21st Century News Challenge
Peter Krasilovsky / Kelsey Group Blogs: Knight Foundation Injects Lots of Cash in Hyper-Local
Jonathan Dube / CyberJournalist.net: Knight News Challenge First-Year Winners Announced
John R. Quain / New York Times:
Basics: Cellphone Banking Is Coming of Age — YOU'RE starting a two-week vacation far from home when you suddenly realize you left the mortgage payment on the kitchen table instead of mailing it on the way to the airport. Or perhaps you're standing in the checkout line of a store …
Discussion: The Mobile Technology Weblog and mocoNews.net
James Quintana Pearce / mocoNews.net: Bank Of America Goes Mobile, Japanese M-Payment Services Increase
Jeff Barr / Jeff Barr's Blog:
Google Can't Google? — Last year Google tried to convince me to join their ranks. I had a nice trip to Mountain View, a pleasant day of interviews, and a glimpse inside of their campus. All pretty cool. I ended up shutting down the process between the "we really want to hire you" …
Discussion: Scobleizer, seattleduck, Phil Windley's Technometria, Venture Chronicles and Brier Dudley's blog
Robert Scoble / Scobleizer: Google hiring funniness
Brier Dudley / Brier Dudley's blog: Google can't Google: An Amazonian's hiring story
Polly Graham / News of the World:
POD IT AWAY! — COMPUTER giants Apple are really worked up—over an Ann Summers sex toy that hooks up to your iPod. — Women all over Britain are saying yes, yes, yes to the £30 iGasm that plugs into a music player and delivers good vibrations that pulse to the beat.
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Apple 2.0: Apple v. iGasm
John Murrell / Good Morning Silicon Valley: Buzz kill — Apple vs. the iGasm
Caroline McCarthy / CNET News.com: Apple reportedly angered by 'iGasm' ads
Nicholas Deleon / CrunchGear: Apple Sues Over iGasm Ads
Steve / The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs: I dig this, but our lawyers don't — We're threatening to sue …
Medill offers journalism scholarships to programmer/developers — Are you a skilled programmer or Web developer? Are you interested in applying your talents to the challenge of creating a better-informed society? Do you want to learn how to find, analyze and present socially relevant information that engages media audiences?
Discussion: Journerdism, The Bivings Report, yelvington.com and Holovaty.com
Anoop Gantayat / IGN:
No FFXIII This Year — Just in case you were still hoping. — Did that updated Final Fantasy XIII trailer (you know, the one you weren't able to see because filming was not allowed) from the Square Enix Party get you even more excited about Japan's most anticipated PS3 title?
Discussion: Kotaku, Game | Life, PS3 Fanboy and youNEWB
Chris Kohler / Game | Life: No Final Fantasy XIII Before March 2008
Nick Doerr / PS3 Fanboy: No FFXIII until after March 2008, says Yoichi Wada
Robert McMillan / InfoWorld:
GPL author: Google must share code — (InfoWorld) - Companies like Google that build their business on software such as Linux have a moral imperative to contribute back to the free software community, a prominent open-source advocate said Tuesday. — That's a good thing because it doesn't look …
Discussion: GigaLaw.com Daily News
Stephen Shankland / CNET News.com:
Novell to detail Microsoft patent pact — SAN FRANCISCO—Novell will share details of its patent pact with Microsoft this month in a regulatory filing that had been delayed by a stock option investigation. — Novell plans to reveal the details in conjunction with filing its upcoming annual report …
Jangl Upgrades a Billion Phones Instantly, Adds Ability to Call Anyone Online, Worldwide, Anytime — Jangl Assigns a Phone Number to Every Email Address on the Internet — PLEASANTON, Calif.—(BUSINESS WIRE)—Know someone online you'd like to talk to on the phone, but don't have their phone number - or don't want to give them yours?
Discussion: TechCrunch, StartupSquad.com, Alec Saunders .LOG and VoIP Watch
Nick Gonzalez / TechCrunch: Jangl Tailors VOIP for Social Networks
Andy Abramson / VoIP Watch: New Jangle Service Blends Email Address with Phone Calling
Eric Bangeman / Ars Technica:
Vista no panacea for PC sales — Although Microsoft has characterized itself as happy with Vista adoption so far—and Bill Gates said last week at WinHEC that Microsoft had shipped 40 million copies—the release of the new operating system has not resulted in a significant bump in PC sales.
Emil Protalinski / Neowin.net: Vista no panacea for PC sales
Philipp Lenssen / Google Blogoscoped:
Is the Google Video PlusBox Fair? — There's an interesting imbalance being created by Google's recent integration of videos right into their search results in the form of a PlusBox. For instance, when I search for finger flip flop video, a Google Blogoscoped blog entry containing …
Discussion: Publishing 2.0 and Valleywag