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12:20 AM ET, March 4, 2008

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IEBlog:
Microsoft's Interoperability Principles and IE8  —  We've decided that IE8 will, by default, interpret web content in the most standards compliant way it can.  This decision is a change from what we've posted previously.  —  Why Change?  —  Microsoft recently published a set of Interoperability Principles.
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Peter Bright / Ars Technica:
Sanity prevails: IE8 will default to standard-compliant mode  —  In an impressive volte-face, Microsoft has decided that Internet Explorer 8 will default to being compliant with web standards after all, and will not, as previously announced, require web pages to explicitly opt in to conforming behavior.
Discussion: Forever Geek
Microsoft:
Microsoft Expands Support for Web Standards
Discussion: Mashable!
Msantjer / Todd Bishop's Microsoft Blog:
Gates on Yahoo, Google and the next president  —  Guest post from P-I reporter Joseph Tartakoff:  —  At his speech this morning to the thousands gathered for the SharePoint Conference at the Washington State Convention & Trade Center, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates took some questions …
Discussion: The Open Road and Digital Daily
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Mary Jo Foley / All about Microsoft:
Microsoft: Storage unification still somewhere out there  —  Microsoft customers are still in search of that elusive goal: a single, unified storage system to simplify the deployment and management of Microsoft's enteprrise wares.  And Microsoft officials are still promising it will happen …
Nancy Gohring / InfoWorld:
Microsoft to offer hosted versions of SharePoint and Exchange to SMBs  —  San Francisco - Microsoft has opened up its hosted version of SharePoint and Exchange to SMBs as it tries to take advantage of the demand for software as a service.  —  Now, businesses with 5,000 or fewer users can sign …
Discussion: InfoWorld and Mashable!
Peter Galli / eWeek:
Gates: Google Does Not Understand Business Needs
Discussion: Microsoft Watch
Sean Ammirati / ReadWriteWeb:
What Stanford Learned Building Facebook Apps  —  Dr. BJ Fogg and Dave McClure taught a class last semester at Stanford on Building Facebook Applications.  In 10 weeks, the 80 students had created 50+ applications and in total had over 20 Million installs - with 5 having more than 1 million users.
Discussion: Web Strategy
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Clint Boulton / eWeek:
No Facebook Apps for the Enterprise in Sight
Discussion: Outside the Lines
Sydney Morning Herald:
Woz finds flaws in Apple's latest offerings  —  Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple, in Sydney today.  —  Asher Moses  —  Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak heaped less than lavish praise on the company's iPhone, MacBook Air and Apple TV products when visiting Sydney this morning.
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Michael Learmonth / Silicon Alley Insider:
VideoEgg Dumps Video Hosting Clients  —  VideoEgg's conversion from a video aggregator to hosting service to ad network hasn't been without its victims.  Publishers with video still served by VideoEgg are getting Dear John letters, informing them that they've got 90 days to find a new video host.
Paul Miller / Engadget:
Hands-on with the 9-inch Eee PC  —  If you hadn't guessed from the headline, and as rumored just an hour ago, there's 9-inches of LCD on this thing.  Actually, 8.9, but who's counting?  We found out that and a few other little tidbits about this Eee PC “New Generation” at the ASUS booth just now …
The Steampunk Workshop:
Dave Veloz's Steampunk Remake:  —  A Steampunk Monitor and Keyboard for a Mac mini  —  There is nothing in the world that I like better then receiving pictures of things that people have been inspired to build by my projects.  When I opened my mail and discovered these photos I squeed like teen on LJ!
Prince McLean / AppleInsider:
Exclusive preview: Delicious Monster's Delicious Library 2.0  —  Back in 2004, shortly before the release of Mac OS X Tiger, Delicious Library 1.0 arrived as a slick looking inventory cataloging application designed to manage listings of books, videos, albums and other media.
Discussion: MacUser and The Tao of Mac
Timothy Lee / Techdirt:
Scott McNealy Has Apparently Never Heard Of AOL Time Warner  —  At a conference last week, former Sun CEO Scott McNealy offered some unsolicited advice to telecommunications companies: “look into acquiring Internet destination sites that are heavily trafficked.”
Martin LaMonica / CNET News.com:
Microsoft to take Silverlight offline eventually, says exec  —  There are a number of software projects that enable Web applications to run offline, including Adobe's AIR, Google Gears, and the Mozilla Foundation's Prism.  What about Microsoft and its Silverlight browser plug-in?
Juan Carlos Perez / PC World:
YouTube to Improve Usage Metrics  —  New data about Google's YouTube video viewership will be available to marketers.  —  Google's YouTube will soon give marketers more data about viewership of its videos, so that they have a better understanding of clips' reach and effectiveness at boosting brand awareness and sales.
Discussion: Beet.TV and Mashable!
Tom Krazit / One More Thing:
Apple falls short of 1,000 movie rentals  —  Apple fell far short of its goal of rolling out 1,000 movies for rent through the iTunes Store by the end of February.  —  Macworld's Christopher Breen checked in Friday on Apple's promise, and found that just 351 titles are available to rent through the latest version of Apple TV.
 
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Brian Solis / PR 2.0:
Gary Vaynerchuk Puts the Social in Social Media
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MG Siegler / VentureBeat:
AOL's new strategy: Quantity over quality?
Discussion: TechCrunch and CenterNetworks
John Leyden / The Register:
NetScape Navigator put out to pasture
Discussion: TechSpot News
Doug Caverly / WebProNews:
AOL's Sitefest: Company To Launch 12 In Six Months
Discussion: paidContent.org and Mashable!
eWEEK.com:
Semantic Web Brings Change to SOA
Discussion: The Semantic Web
Doug Caverly / WebProNews:
Mullenweg Indicates Over 30 Percent Of Blogs Are Spam
Discussion: Mashable! and Photo Matt
Paul Kedrosky's Infectious Greed:
Microsoft/Yahoo: Tracking the Deal “Spread”
Jacqui Cheng / Infinite Loop:
Seriously stoked Software Updates: GarageBand and Aperture
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Joel Hruska / Ars Technica:
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Discussion: Christopher Null
Michell Bak / Unofficial Sony Ericsson Blog:
X1 IS An H2 Product - We'Ve Got The Official Statement!
Claudine Ryan / ABC News:
Blogging boosts your social life: research
Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
Survey: warnings from ISPs could slash file-swapping by 70%
Discussion: Mashable!
Ted Leung / Ted Leung on the Air:
The Sun is going to shine on Python
MG Siegler / VentureBeat:
Microsoft flirts with “cloud"-based applications, still making …
Dave Zatz / Zatz Not Funny!:
Amazon Ponders The Future of Unbox