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5:25 PM ET, June 13, 2007

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James S. Granelli / Los Angeles Times:
AT&T to target pirated content  —  It joins Hollywood in trying to keep bootleg material off its network.  —  AT&T Inc. has joined Hollywood studios and recording companies in trying to keep pirated films, music and other content off its network — the first major carrier of Internet traffic to do so.
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Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
AT&T willing to spy for NSA, MPAA, and RIAA  —  In a move that has executives from movie studios and record labels grinning from ear to ear, AT&T has announced that it will develop and deploy technology that will attempt to keep pirated content off its network.
Discussion: digg
Jackson West / NewTeeVee:
AT&T To Attack Online Piracy
Discussion: Epicenter
Gizmodo:   WHAT'S PRIVACY?  —  AT&T to Start Scanning Their Network for Pirated Material
Cynthia Brumfield / IP Democracy:   AT&T Stupidly Joins the Piracy Police
comScore:
"comScore Widget Metrix" Service Launched to Track Widget Usage Across the Web  —  Photo-related Widgets Dominate the Top 10;  —  Slide Ranks #1 with Worldwide Reach of 117 Million People  —  comScore, a leader in measuring the digital world, today announced the launch of comScore Widget Metrix …
Discussion: Between the Lines, Mashable! and A VC
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Vauhini Vara / Wall Street Journal:
'Widgets' May Snag More Ads  —  New data on viewing photos, videos and music on the Web may have an impact on the way advertisers and social networking sites perceive firms that help create this content.  —  Nearly 177.8 million people world-wide viewed Web content in April made with online tools …
Don Dodge / Don Dodge on The Next Big Thing:   Widget Metrix from ComScore
Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
Widgetworld: The distributed web
Discussion: Mashable!
Jason Calacanis / The Jason Calacanis Weblog:
Mahalo Greenhouse Launches  —  Two weeks ago we launched the human-powered "search service" Mahalo.com in alpha at the WSJ's D conference in California.  The tag line of Mahalo is "we're here to help," and after 15 days of tremendous feedback we've learned one thing: you want to help too!
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Wil Harris / Inquirer:
Slimebuckets, pollution and web conservation Calacanis-style  —  On the Spot The man from Mahalo  —  THINK OF HIM as the Internet's Al Gore.  No, not the part about inventing it - the part about the imminent environmental meltdown.  —  Just as Clinton's right hand man and one-time anointed successor …
Scott Switzer / Openads Blog:
Openads is taking the next major step - announces $5M funding  —  Over the last four years, my team and I have been tirelessly building what we consider the best - and most widely used - adserver on the web.  It is a huge responsibility to build the software that powers such a large percentage of all online advertising.
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Google Custom Search:
Custom Search on the fly  —  Starting today, there's a new feature that makes Custom Search Engines (CSEs) even easier to create and keep up to date.  —  You can now create a CSE by simply placing a small piece of tailored code on a page on your site.  With that one piece of code …
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Philipp Lenssen / Google Blogoscoped:   Google Custom Search For Site Neighborhood
Juan Carlos Perez / InfoWorld:
EBay pulls ads from Google ad network  —  (InfoWorld) - EBay has pulled all of its paid search ads from Google AdWords network in the U.S in an eyebrow-raising move likely to be interpreted in the industry as a sign of deteriorating relations between the two Internet giants.
Discussion: Epicenter and WebProNews
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Valleywag:   Ebay And Google: Hostilities begin
Vanessa Fox / Official Google Webmaster Central Blog:
Duplicate content summit at SMX Advanced  —  Last week, I participated in the duplicate content summit at SMX Advanced.  I couldn't resist the opportunity to show how Buffy is applicable to the everday Search marketing world, but mostly I was there to get input from you on the duplicate content issues …
Discussion: Google Blogoscoped
Eric Bangeman / Ars Technica:
Santa Rosa comes to the Mac: a review of the new MacBook Pro  —  Santa Rosa in the house  —  Apple MacBook Pro  —  Quick specs: 2.40GHz Core 2 Duo CPU, 2GB RAM, 160GB HD, 17" 1920x1200 LCD  —  Price as configured: $2,899 (shop for this item)  —  Since Apple made the great migration …
Discussion: MacDailyNews, Gadget Lab, Gizmodo and digg
Paul Miller / Engadget:
Spartan DX personal DNA tester goes for a mere $15k  —  Just we always wanted, a DNA tester to call our very own!  We've been waiting for them to break that crucial $15k pricepoint, and now Spartan Bioscience has finally accomplished such a feat with its Spartan DX Personal DNA Analyzer.
Caroline McCarthy / Webware.com:
DID FACEBOOK UNDERESTIMATE THE PLATFORM'S SUCCESS?  —  SECOND UPDATE: Check the end of this post for some more information from Facebook and ViddYou.  —  I think most of the Web has reached the consensus that Facebook Platform, the social networking site's new initiative to open up its service …
Seth Godin / Seth's Blog:
The vibe  —  Have you ever been at a banquet or in a boutique or at a concert or a meeting or a company where the vibe was incredibly positive?  —  I think you know what I mean.  A time and place where there was an overflow of positive energy.  You felt surrounded by possibility …
Discussion: Paul Buchheit
BBC:
Microsoft to reflect UK dialects  —  A Microsoft project to create downloadable dictionaries to reflect the UK's rich local dialect heritage is drawing to a close.  —  Users around the UK have been asked to submit their favourite regional dialect words.  —  The software giant said it has had thousands of responses so far.
Discussion: Inquirer
comScore:
comScore Reports Growth in Internet Yellow Pages Searches Yellow Book Network Shows Fastest Growth in IYP Search Queries Conducted  —  comScore, a leader in measuring the digital world, today released its qSearch Internet Yellow Page (IYP) search rankings for Q1 2007, which revealed …
Discussion: Screenwerk and 901am
Brady Forrest / O'Reilly Radar:
Everyscape: A 3D Worldviewer Made From 2D Photos  —  Everyscape aims to be able to show you the whole world — both inside and out — from its website.  It plans to do this with normal 2D photos.  Using proprietary technology Everyscape will stitch these photos together and 3D-ify them.
 
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Rick Segal / The Post Money Value:
Zinio + RED HERRING = Rip Off 2.0
Discussion: Valleywag
Martin LaMonica / CNET News.com:
eBay pins global e-commerce push on Skype and PayPal
David Kaplan / paidContent.org:
Internet Video Provider PermissionTV Closes $9 Million Third Round
Nathan Weinberg / InsideMicrosoft:
Image Hidden In Windows Vista DVD Hologram
Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
Yahoo shareholders reject anti-censorship proposals
Tom Krazit / CNET News.com:
The iPhone requires an iTunes Store account
Discussion: Webware.com
PC World:
Toshiba Readies Combo DVRs
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 Earlier Items: 
Arnold Zafra / Search Engine Journal:
Search Engine Advocates Metasearch for Search Result Accuracy
Discussion: ResourceShelf
Clay Shirky / Many-to-Many:
Old Revolutions Good, New Revolutions Bad: A Response to Gorman
Discussion: Britannica Blog
Thomas Ricker / Engadget:
Pics and specs of Dell's unannounced Inspirons: HHDs, Blu-ray, and RAID?
Discussion: CNET News.com and Gadget Lab
Daniel Terdiman / CNET News.com:
New video-game league seeks mass appeal
Discussion: Digital Media Wire and Joystiq
Jonathan Schwartz / Jonathan Schwartz's Weblog:
An OpenSolaris/Linux Mashup  —  To non-technical readers of this blog …
Vanessa Fox / Official Google Webmaster Central Blog:
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