Joshua Topolsky / Engadget:
iPhone 3G lines start at the Apple Cube... one week early — So we heard some really over-eager folks have decided to get a jump on the iPhone 3G line — a really, really big jump. Obviously, we had to head down and see if it was true... and it is. Right now, about ten people have started …
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Apple 2.0: Who would wait a week in line for an iPhone 3G?
Warner Crocker / Life On the Wicked Stage: I'm Staring a Line Here Locally for the iPhone 3G
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: iPhone 3G Line already started in NYC
James Kendrick / jkOnTheRun: iPhone 3G mania- line forming a week early in NYC
Robert Scoble / Scobleizer:
Waiting in line for iPhones is glorious — I see that there are people already waiting in line for the Apple 3G iPhone. — I'm an expert on waiting in line for Apple products. My son and I waited 30+ hours in line last year to buy the first iPhone (we were first in line at the Apple store in Palo Alto …
Discussion: SmoothSpan Blog
Kerry Woo / Gear Diary:
Let Freedom Ring (iPhone 3G style)
Let Freedom Ring (iPhone 3G style)
Discussion: The Unofficial Apple Weblog, MacNN and Just Another iPhone Blog
Joe Nocera / New York Times:
On Day Care, Google Makes a Rare Fumble — Two months ago, Google held a series of secret focus groups with employees who have children in Google's day care facilities. The purpose was to gauge their reaction to the company's plan to raise the amount it charged for in-house day care by 75 percent.
Discussion: Geeking with Greg, Silicon Alley Insider and Memex 1.1
Greg Linden / Geeking with Greg: Google, the press, and tearing down your heroes
Henry Blodget / Silicon Alley Insider: Google Parents Cry as Day Care Decision Sparks Employee Rebellion
Ernesto / TorrentFreak:
Top Torrent Sites Ranked by Google — BitTorrent's popularity is growing every day. Despite the lawsuits that some of the larger torrent sites are involved in, they continue to grow traffic wise. Let's take a look at how Google ranks the top torrent sites.
KathrynV / DSLreports: Top Torrent Sites According to Google …
Daniel Ratner / Google LatLong:
Tour the Tour de France with Street View — One of the things I look forward to every summer is the Tour de France. I'm always fascinated when I hear about the hairpin turns and steep climbs. To bring the Tour de France to life and help you experience it stage by stage …
Discussion: RexBlog.com, Guardian Unlimited, The Official Google Blog and Google Earth Blog
Rex Hammock / RexBlog.com: Tour de France via Street View — And a suggestion to the Google Maps Team
Jack Schofield / Guardian Unlimited: Track the Tour de France with Street View
Stephen Chau / The Official Google Blog: Tour the Tour de France with Street View
Google ‘faces Street View block’
Google ‘faces Street View block’
Discussion: Gadgetell, Startup Meme, TechCrunch UK, TECH.BLORGE.com, LEWIS 360°, ReadWriteWeb, broadstuff, Google Maps Mania, Valleywag, The Official Google Blog and BBC NEWS
Jodie Andrefski / Gadgetell: Google continues to fire up the masses, this time with “Street View”
Shoaib Hashmi / Startup Meme: Google Map's ‘Street View’ having tough time in UK
Dave Parrack / TECH.BLORGE.com: Google faces Street View ban in the UK - Does it violate privacy law?
Michael Hay / LEWIS 360°: Is Google above the law?
Frederic Lardinois / ReadWriteWeb: Google's Street View Challenged in the UK
Alan Patrick / broadstuff: DO YOU WANT THE WORLD TO SEE WHERE YOU LIVE?
Keir Clarke / Google Maps Mania: Some Friday Fun From Google Maps
Darren Waters / BBC NEWS: Google, privacy and Street View
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb:
Iran Parliament to Debate Death Penalty for Bloggers — The Iranian parliament is set to debate a draft bill that would add a number of crimes to the list of those that can result in execution, among them “establishing weblogs and sites promoting corruption, prostitution and apostasy.”
Discussion: Global Neighbourhoods, David Risley and Boing Boing
The Law and Your Privacy — As you may have seen in the news, YouTube received a court order to produce viewing data from our database, including usernames and IP addresses. In order to protect our community's privacy, we strongly opposed this motion when Viacom and others filed it.
Discussion: Startup Chatter, The Utube Blog, NewTeeVee and WatchingTV Online
Donna Bogatin / Startup Chatter: YouTube Privacy? How Google Advertising Dollars Rule
Chris Albrecht / NewTeeVee: YouTube Responds to Court Order News
San Francisco Chronicle:
Merchants angry over getting yanked by Yelp — Four years ago, Geri Rebstock started using Yelp, a popular site for consumers to review local businesses and services. She critiqued her favorite veterinarian, a neighborhood print shop and an acupuncturist who took care of her bad wrist.
Discussion: Traffick, TECH.BLORGE.com, ben barren, Screenwerk and Social Media
Andrew Goodman / Traffick: New Online Phenomenon: The Review Farm
JD Lasica / Social Media: Merchants angry at getting yanked by Yelp
Cyndy Aleo-Carreira / Profy.Com:
Google Sold Us Out: The Viacom Decision — I have read and re-read Judge Stanton's decision in the Google/Viacom suit more times than I really should have. At first, I was as outraged as everyone else, assuming that Judge Stanton was one more government figure without a clue how the Internet even works.
Discussion: Global Neighbourhoods, Technology Liberation Front and Gadgetell
Dave Winer / Scripting News:
Announcing Tech.NewsJunk.Com — There's a new site on the net today: — http://tech.newsjunk.com/ — It's the counterpart to the political NewsJunk, which is focused on news of the 2008 presidential campaign. The Tech site is focused on technology product news.
Discussion: Scobleizer, Podcasting News, WinExtra and broadstuff
Robert Scoble / Scobleizer: Off of the tech entertainment train
Steven Hodson / WinExtra: Adding TechJunk as one of my always open tabs
Alan Patrick / broadstuff: BUILDING MEMETRACKERS IS THE NEW MEME
Swati Pandey / Los Angeles Times:
Digital download model puts song exposure above sales — Some artists are using the pay-what-you-want option. But industry experts question the plan's long-term worth. — Mash-up artist Girl Talk's new album, “Feed the Animals” comes with some impressive numbers: About 300 sampled songs …
Nate True's Weblog:
Tap Tap Revolution coming to the iPhone App Store as “Tap Tap Revenge” — I know I've been silent for a while on the Tap Tap front, but now I can break the news! Tap Tap Revolution has been bought by a new company called Tapulous, and they've hired me on as a developer to maintain TTR.
Discussion: The Unofficial Apple Weblog, Touch Arcade, The iPhone Blog and Just Another iPhone Blog
Mike Schramm / The Unofficial Apple Weblog: Tap Tap Revolution to be sold by Tapulous, called Tap Tap Revenge
Blakespot / Touch Arcade: Tap Tap Revenge from Tapulous