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8:35 AM ET, March 23, 2009

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Om Malik / GigaOM:
Skype Now Means Business, Friends The SIP World  —  Skype, a division of beleaguered eBay, is going corporate.  The company today announced that it will play nice with corporate PBX systems that use Session Initiation Protocol (SIP).  According to The Wall Street Journal …
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Chaim / About Skype:
Skype opens up to corporate SIP communications  —  New beta program brings Skype voice calling to SIP-based PBX systems  —  LUXEMBOURG, March 23, 2009 — Skype today announced the beta version of Skype For SIP for Business users.  SIP, short for Session Initiation Protocol …
Discussion: Voice on the Web
Jeremiah Owyang / Web Strategy:
The Future of Twitter: Social CRM  —  Twitter has multiple business models to choose from  —  I get asked over and over: “How do you think Twitter will monetize?  What's their business model?”  While it's clear their already experimenting with ‘house’ ads, ads that promote features of their service …
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Anthony Ha / VentureBeat:
Salesforce.com lets you answer customer complaints on Twitter  —  Most people on popular microblogging site Twitter (which just turned three) have probably seen customer service-type queries from other users — questions about how to make a product work, or complaints that it's broken.
Nat Ives / AdAge:
Media Giants Want to Top Google Results  —  Argue That Professional Sources Should Be More Recognized Than Blogs  —  NEW YORK (AdAge.com) — Major media companies are increasingly lobbying Google to elevate their expensive professional content within the search engine's undifferentiated slush of results.
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Steve Rubel / Micro Persuasion:
Media Companies Ask Google to Favor Their Content Over Blogs
Discussion: Beyond Search, Newsome.Org and Open Gardens, Thanks:atul
Joanna Stern / LAPTOP Mag:
Samsung N110  —  Samsung's updated 10-inch netbook continues to beat the competition with an improved touchpad and more than 7 hours of battery life.  —  Price as Reviewed: $469.00  —  Review Contents:  —  The Samsung NC10 rose to the top of our favorite-netbooks list when it first hit …
Discussion: Gadget Lab, Liliputing and Engadget
Dan Freedman / BBC:
Users criticise Facebook update  —  More than a million people have now voted against changes to the social networking site Facebook.  —  The new look site puts more focus on status updates and has been likened to one of its rivals Twitter.  —  Users have voted overwhelmingly …
Discussion: InformationWeek and Scobleizer
Ashlee Vance / New York Times:
Rivals Say I.B.M. Stifles Competition to Mainframes  —  MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — I.B.M. has dominated the mainframe computer business since the category was created four decades ago.  And it still gets about one-quarter of its $100 billion in annual revenue from sales, software, services and financing related to the machines.
Discussion: deal architect
Terrence Russell / VentureBeat:
MyPunchBowl revamps birthday reminders  —  Keeping track of birthdays online is a drag.  Sure, every social networking site now has a system for reminders.  But, unless you have the same group of friends on every site, a lot of those reminders end up spread out across the web.
Discussion: CNET News
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat:
iPhone game developer Ngmoco raises second round of funding  —  The iPhone game publisher Ngmoco is announcing today that it has raised $10 million in a second round of funding — in its ninth month as a company.  —  The funding — led by Norwest Venture Partners and put together in a matter of weeks …
Discussion: Bits and mocoNews
Robert Weisman / Boston Globe:
Data backup firm sues 2 hardware suppliers  —  Carbonite claims bad equipment led to information loss  —  Carbonite Inc., a Boston company that backs up computer data for businesses and other organizations, is alleging that two other companies sold it more than $3 million worth of defective hardware …
Discussion: TechCrunch
Petula Dvorak / Washington Post:
D.C. Homeless People Use Cellphones, Blogs and E-Mail to Stay on Top of Things  —  Homeless People Turn to Technology to Track Assistance and Opportunities  —  To the usual trappings that help many homeless people endure life on the streets — woolen blankets, shopping carts or cardboard box shelters — add the humble cellphone.
 
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Felix Salmon / Portfolio:
The NYT's Blogophobia  —  What's with the sudden blogophobia at the NYT?
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Andy Greenberg / Forbes:
Sinking China's Video Pirates
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The case for charging to read WSJ.Com
Rachel Metz / Associated Press:
Social Web sites face transparency questions
 Earlier Items: 
Josh / Redeye VC:
Nothing to Lose (or Risk Tolerance is a Competitive Weapon)
Discussion: HorsePigCow
Jesse Stay / Stay N' Alive:
The Potential for Facebook Search Kicks Twitter's Butt
Discussion: AccMan Pro, OnoTech, Scobleizer and All Facebook, Thanks:atul
InfoWorld:
Multicore chips pose next big challenge for industry
Discussion: PC World and Slashdot
Alex Chitu / Google Operating System:
Find Images that Contain a Certain Color
Eric Krangel / Silicon Alley Insider:
I Worked With Vivek Kundra, Don't Blame Him For DC Bribery Scandal
Discussion: Computerworld
Dan Rayburn / The Business Of Online Video:
Netflix: We're Not Throttling Streaming, Blame Your ISP
Discussion: NewTeeVee and blog maverick
Eric Clemons / TechCrunch:
Why Advertising Is Failing On The Internet