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12:40 AM ET, March 21, 2008

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Corey Boles / Wall Street Journal:
Verizon Wins Key FCC Auctions  —  Verizon Wireless was the biggest winner of communications spectrum in the Federal Communications Commission's recently concluded auction, the agency's chairman said Thursday.  —  The company, which is jointly owned by Verizon Communications Inc. and Vodafone Group Plc …
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Google Public Policy Blog:
The end of the FCC 700 MHz auction  —  Posted by by Richard Whitt, Washington Telecom and Media Counsel, and Joseph Faber, Corporate Counsel  —  This afternoon the Federal Communications Commission announced the results of its 700 MHz spectrum auction.  While the Commission's anti-collusion …
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines:
FCC: Verizon Wireless a big 700 Mhz auction winner; Now what?  —  Updated: Verizon Wireless was the biggest winner in the Federal Communication Commission's 700 Mhz auction.  —  FCC Chairman Kevin Martin revealed Verizon Wireless as the biggest winner of spectrum.
Elinor Mills / CNET News.com:   Spectrum Auction: Google wins by losing
The Martha Blog:
My new MacBook Air  —  UPDATE:  —  Many of you have commented that you think I should use Parallels for my new Mac to run Windows as well - I actually DID know about that!  I just like having the two computers side by side, as sometimes I need to have my email and schedule up on one, while browsing the Web on the other.
Discussion: MacUser and MacDailyNews
David Pogue / New York Times:
Camcorder Brings Zen to the Shoot  —  Well, this is a little embarrassing.  One of the most significant electronics products of the year slipped into the market, became a mega-hit, changed its industry — and I haven't reviewed it yet.  —  Lately, my guilt has deepened every time someone whips this thing out to show off.
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Chris Albrecht / NewTeeVee:
Flip Nabs 13% of Camcorder Market
Discussion: Mashable!, TechCrunch and 901am
Amazon Web Services Blog:
Our Most Fulfilling Web Service Yet  —  The Amazon Fulfillment Web Service (Amazon FWS) allows merchants to tap in to Amazon's network of fulfillment centers and our expertise in logistics.  Merchants can store their own products to our fulfillment centers and then, using a simple web service interface, fulfill orders for the products.
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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Our Master Plan  —  I enjoy watching how a midnight rant has generated countless people-hours of feedback and analysis.  —  What's my secret master plan around developing our business?  The secret is I tend to speak plainly and I already said exactly what I wanted to say.
Discussion: The Last Podcast and Tech Ticker
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Ionut Alex Chitu / Google Operating System:
Google's Broken Bookmarking Systems  —  Google hasn't yet launched a proper bookmarking system.  Google Bookmarks was just a small extension of Search History and became more useful after the integration with Google Toolbar.  Notebook lets you clip content from the web …
Discussion: louisgray.com
Sarah Perez / ReadWriteWeb:
The Conversation Has Left the Blogosphere  —  We've seen a lot of new aggregation services and lifestreaming applications come into play recently, and we've questioned whether they're adding to the conversation or just adding to our information overload.  (See our coverage on FriendFeed, for example).
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The 80/20 Business rule.....heck Life  —  Gary Vaynerchuk talks about a secret that he thinks is at the core of much of his success.  —  Links mentioned in todays 120.  — Kathy Sierra on Wikipedia  — horse.pig.cow  —  Keep readin'...  droppa line!  —  send to a friend
Ben Lisbakken / Google AJAX Search API Blog:
Introducing the AJAX Language API - Tools for Translation and Language Detection  —  The AJAX Search and Feeds team is happy to announce a new member to their API family — the Language API.  This new API boasts two functions, language translation and language detection - which cover 13 languages and 29 translation pairs.
Josh Lowensohn / Webware.com:
DiggSuggest tells you what you should read on Digg  —  DiggSuggest is a new service created by 20-year-old Digg user who has used the service's API data feed to provide a feature the popular social news site currently doesn't: suggested readings.  —  All you have to do is plug in your Digg username …
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb, Mashable! and Digg
MG Siegler / VentureBeat:
MindBites: Where real people teach real things, like knife-throwing  —  MindBites is an online video site in which regular people share the knowledge they have in a particular field.  For a small fee a user can then download or stream a video and learning something new.
Discussion: NewTeeVee and paidContent.org
Sarah Perez / ReadWriteWeb:
Five Methodologies to Deal with Email Overload  —  These days, it seems everyone has an opinion about how to deal with information overload, especially when it comes to email management.  There are numerous methodologies, best practices, tips, and tutorials available, but are any of them really effective?
Jim Finkle / Reuters:
Mozilla says Firefox 3 ready for prime-time  —  BOSTON (Reuters) - A new version of Mozilla's popular Firefox Web browser is ready for download with improved security and memory use as the tiny company takes a stab at Microsoft Corp's dominant Internet Explorer.
 
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Greg Sandoval / CNET News.com:
Why is Universal Music cozying up to Apple?
Om Malik / GigaOM:
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Marcus Yam / DailyTech:
Blu-ray Disc Protection BD+ Cracked
Discussion: TechSpot
GamesIndustry.biz:
Core PC gamers moving to console experiences -id
Discussion: PC World
AppleInsider:
Apple researching autostereoscopic 3-D display hardware
Discussion: CrunchGear, MacUser, Ubergizmo and Digg
GamePolitics.com:
Florida Supreme Court Sanctions Jack Thompson
Discussion: Joystiq, Destructoid, Game|Life and Digg
Vasanth Sridharan / Silicon Alley Insider:
Want To Work For Facebook? Can You Sell Ads?
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Ben Kuchera / Ars Technica:
PC game developer has radical message: ignore the pirates
Discussion: The Tech Report, Slashdot and Digg
Ed Felten / Freedom to Tinker:
Sequoia's Explanation, and Why It's Not the Whole Story
Michael Masnick / Techdirt:
Antigua Says It's Going To Start Ignoring US Copyrights (For Real This Time)
Discussion: Valleywag
Jennifer Chappell / TreoCentral:
Sprint Customers Getting a PC-Like Experience of the Open Internet on Their Phones
Nick Denton / Gawker:
Page Six Shutters Web Site After Three Months
Louise Story / New York Times:
A Company Promises the Deepest Data Mining Yet
Mark Evans:
How LinkedIn Got Its Groove Back