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4:15 AM ET, March 28, 2008

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InfoWorld:
Gone in 2 minutes: Mac gets hacked first in contest  —  It may be the quickest $10,000 Charlie Miller ever earned.  —  He took the first of three laptop computers — and a $10,000 cash prize — Thursday after breaking into a MacBook Air at the CanSecWest security conference's PWN 2 OWN hacking contest.
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Zero Day Initiative / DVLabs:
PWN to OWN Day Two: First Winner Emerges! (updated)
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Fee for All  —  Edgar Bronfman Jr.'s Warner Music Group has tapped industry veteran Jim Griffin to spearhead a controversial plan to bundle a monthly fee into consumers' internet-service bills for unlimited access to music.  —  The plan—the boldest move yet to keep the wounded entertainment …
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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
The Music Industry's New Extortion Scheme  —  Musicians themselves may just be crazy, but the music labels are dangerously stupid, and need to be stopped before they can do any further damage to the music industry.  Case in point: Warner Music, fully aware that the days of charging …
Discussion: Los Angeles Times
Mathew / mathewingram.com/work:   Is a music “tax” paid to ISPs the answer?
Slash Lane / AppleInsider:
Apple developing full-fledged digital lifestyle fitness companion  —  Electronics maker Apple Inc. is developing a digital fitness companion system based around its iPhone and iPod touch players aimed a helping americans, and folks in general, live a healthier and more fit lifestyle.
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Peter Lauria / New York Post:
M'SOFT NOT YET ON BOARD  —  NO NAMES LINED UP YET FOR YAHOO!  —  Microsoft has been so cagey about the candidates it plans to nominate to Yahoo!'s board that speculation is mounting that the software giant actually doesn't have anyone lined up.  —  The word on Wall Street and in technology circles …
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Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
The New York Post Got It Wrong—Microsoft's Alternate Board Slate For Yahoo Is All Sewn Up  —  This morning, the New York Post ran a story with this headline: … The article goes on to suggest that nobody in Silicon Valley wants to be on Microsoft's alternate board for Yahoo for fear of …
Discussion: Brier Dudley's blog
Betsy Schiffman / Epicenter:
Can Google Stop the Brain Drain?  —  It takes more than an army of trained chefs and free lunch to keep Googlers happy.  As a new wave of web darlings (such as Facebook) beef up recruiting efforts, high-level Googlers are blowing the joint.  Sheryl Sandberg, Ethan Beard (right) …
Discussion: HipMojo.com
InfoWorld:
Google: Web sites slow to fix serious Flash flaws  —  Two months after Adobe Systems patched a serious flaw in its Flash development software, there are still hundreds of thousands of Web pages serving up buggy Shockwave Flash (.swf) files that could be exploited by hackers, according to a Google researcher.
Discussion: The Register
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Andy Plesser / Beet.TV:
Adobe's New Flash Codec is “Everyman's HD Platform”....has Improved …
Discussion: JD on EP
MG Siegler / ParisLemon:
Oh MacBook Pro, Oh Yeah  —  This is just pure YouTube gold.  —  “Oh jeez.  This is amazing.”  —  “Oh dude, that is shiny.”  —  [via Valleywag]
Discussion: Valleywag and The Last Podcast
Nick White / Windows Vista Team Blog:
Announcing the Windows Search 4.0 Preview  —  To search for files on my PCs, I use Windows Search - Windows Vista's desktop search feature.  I use Windows Search specifically to find photos that I've tagged in Windows Live Photo Gallery or important emails and Word documents.
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Mathew / mathewingram.com/work:
“If the news is important, it will find me”  —  Brian Stelter has a great piece in the New York Times that I urge anyone interested in the media business to go and read right now — I'll wait — and that includes reporters, editors and (most of all) managers, and probably IT departments and designers as well.
Rafat Ali / paidContent.org:
The Next Phase Of Our Company: Scaling From The Inside Out  —  Some time around late summer last year, about six months after we moved into our (first-ever) office in Santa Monica, I realized we needed to start asking the “BIG S” question for our growing B2B media company: How Do You Scale?
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
CBS Testing HD Streaming  —  CBS released a high definition player today in the labs area of their site, along with a few clips.  They are currently streaming (not progressive download) in H.264/AVC format at 480p, with 720p and 1080p coming soon, they say.  —  Hulu and others are also beginning to test high definition streaming.
Discussion: CNET News.com and Lost Remote
Sarah Perez / ReadWriteWeb:
Watch Out - Adobe Is Slowly Building an Online Empire  —  The blogosphere was abuzz today with the launch of Adobe's online photo-editing and storage platform, Adobe Photoshop Express.  The new tool isn't so much of a web-based version of Photoshop as people had hoped, but more of a simple online photo editor …
Verne Kopytoff / The Technology Chronicles:
Craigslist gets heat for prostitution ads  —  Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal today threatened legal action against Craigslist if it does not curb prostitutes from advertising their services on its Web site.  —  In a letter to Craigslist today, he took the San Francisco Web site …
Discussion: Mark Evans
Craig Newmark / cnewmark:
Multiple language support on craigslist  —  We tend to do stuff without much announcement, but I figured you might want to know that we implemented multiple language support for craigslist in November.  Just Spanish then, but last week we added more languages.  Check for yourself:
Discussion: Coop's Corner and TechCrunch
 
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Sharon Gaudin / PC World:
AMD Comes Out Swinging With 2 Quad Chips and a Triple-Core
Discussion: AMD, Ars Technica and DailyTech
Brad Stone / New York Times:
Comcast Adjusts Way It Manages Internet Traffic
Jared A. Favole / MarketWatch:
Apple COO Cook sells $41 mln in company stock
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Hong Kong tycoon Li raises personal Facebook investment above $100 mln
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Researchers Play Tune Recorded Before Edison