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4:35 PM ET, November 23, 2008

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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Facebook's Project Palantir: Beautiful Visualization Of People Connecting  —  A group of Facebook engineers - Jack Lindamood, Kevin Der and Dan Weatherford - have created a small project called Palantir at a Facebook Hackathon event.  The project is named after The palantír of Orthanc …
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
YouTube's Big Live Debut: Pretty Small  —  Did you watch YouTube Live last night?  Odds are you didn't.  The video site's first attempt at a live-streamed event — a sort of awards show + concert - seems to have drawn a peak audience of about 700,000 people, if the folks at Mogulus are interpreting Akamai's data correctly.
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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Google Relies On Akamai To Stream YouTube Live; 700,000 Concurrent Viewers  —  Speculation was rampant the last few weeks that Google had to rely on a third party content delivery network to make the YouTube Live live concert stream properly at scale.  Despite the fact that Google …
Fred / A VC:
A Lost Decade - But Not For Everyone  —  One of the best posts I read this week was from Fortune's Andy Serwer.  In it, he noted: … I've been thinking about that since I read it midweek.  A lost decade in which if you owned the Dow, you'd have lost money on stocks.
Brian Lam / Gizmodo:
Live in Air: 10 Things You Need To Know About In Flight Wi-Fi  —  I'm live from Virgin America's Beta run of their Wi-Fi service, over San Francisco, and there are a few things you should know about how its going to work when most airlines go live in 2009.  And yes, I am posting this live from 15k feet over the Pacific Ocean.
RyeBrye / RyeBlog:
G1 Multitouch Proof-of-Concept Video  —  Last night, I hacked together a quick proof-of-concept video to show those who aren't inclined to read the debug logs the multitouch capabilities of the G1.  —  Rather than go the proper route, where the multiple finger events would get pushed …
Deborah Gage / San Francisco Chronicle:
Tough times in Silicon Valley, but some hiring  —  The good times are rolling to a halt in Silicon Valley, at least for awhile.  —  Since the stock market crashed, many of the area's biggest employers - including Cisco, Intel, Applied Materials, AMD, Microsoft, Intuit, Sun Microsystems …
Fred / A VC:
My Techmeme Obsession  —  Just over a year ago, I wrote a post explaining that Techmeme was moving from highlighting the work of individual tech bloggers to the work of professionally produced tech blogs.  In that post, I bemoaned the fact that I had been knocked off of the techmeme leaderboard along …
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Brandon / Geek Condition:
Gmail Security Flaw Proof of Concept  —  Is it possible for someone to create a malicious filter without having access to your Gmail username and password?  No, however, they can force you to create the filter without your knowledge.  —  The blogosphere is buzzing about a Gmail Security Flaw …
Tim Arango / New York Times:
After Disney, Eisner Finds a Home Online  —  ON a Friday morning in September, Michael D. Eisner was in a television studio on the East Side of Manhattan, asking Robert L. Nardelli, the chairman of Chrysler, whether he nursed a grudge against Jack Welch for passing him over for the top job at General Electric eight years ago.
Tim O'Reilly / O'Reilly Radar:
It's Not Over: We are “the change we need.”  —  Like a lot of people, I was feeling a bit of post-partum letdown after the election.  Those of us who were really engaged, following the polls, making calls to undecided voters, arguing out the merits of the candidates, experienced a bit of a vacuum after the election.
David Meyer / CNET News:
Kernel vulnerability found in Vista  —  A flaw in Vista's networking has been found that can crash the system, but no fix is expected until the next service pack  —  A flaw has been found in Windows Vista that could allow rootkits to be hidden or denial-of-service attacks to be executed on computers using the operating system.
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