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1:30 PM ET, June 14, 2009

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Daniel Terdiman / CNET News:
‘#CNNFail’: Twitterverse slams network's Iran absence  —  As the Iranian election aftermath unfolded in Tehran—thousands of demonstrators took to the streets to protest their anger at perceived electoral irregularities—an unexpected hashtag began to explode through the Twitterverse: “CNNFail.”
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Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb:
Dear CNN, Please Check Twitter for News About Iran  —  The western world's most feared government is shaking with insurrection in the streets after a contested election and the leading name in news, CNN, is shockingly absent from the story.  Twitter, meanwhile, is how Iranians are communicating with the outside world.
Discussion: Scobleizer and Twitterrati
Andrew Sullivan / The Daily Dish:
The Revolution Will Be Twittered  —  Mock not.  As the regime shut down other forms of communication, Twitter survived.  With some remarkable results.  Those rooftop chants that were becoming deafening in Tehran?  A few hours ago, this concept of resistance was spread by a twitter message.
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
For TechCrunch, Twitter = Traffic (A Statistical Breakdown)  —  Some people use Twitter to organize street protests in Tehran.  Some people use it to share their daily thoughts and observation.  But it is increasingly becoming clear that one of the most common ways people use Twitter …
Thanks:bobcaswell
Om Malik / GigaOM:
Do Facebook Vanity URLs Equals Kill Twitter Vol. 2?  —  This past Friday, Facebook started issuing vanity URLs to its 200 million plus community.  It was a big change for the social networking company that has so far used unique numerical identifications to identify its members.
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Christopher Dawson / ZDNet:
Google could take a lesson from Bing on porn  —  There...I've said it.  I'm filled with self-loathing for saying it, but Bing's new approach (and the speed with which they rolled it out) is a model for easy avenues to block objectionable content.  How many schools/libraries block …
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb and CNET News, Thanks:blogfisher
Alex Chitu / Google Operating System:
Browsers Cache YouTube Videos  —  YouTube managed to achieve something incredible: browsers now cache YouTube videos and you can load the same video multiple times from the local cache.  Try to go to a YouTube video, wait until the video is buffered and then reload the page.
Discussion: ithinkdifferent
Julia Prodis Sulek / Mercury News:
Silicon Valley innovators mourn for ‘super uber connector’ Rajeev Motwani  —  It wasn't like Rajeev Motwani to be late without calling or texting.  But here were Kaboodle's two founders at Junnoon Indian restaurant in Palo Alto checking their iPhones and looking over their shoulders as each person walked in.
Randall Stross / New York Times:
Hey, Just a Minute (or Why Google Isn't Twitter)  —  TECHNOLOGY blogs have wondered whether Google is a lumbering giant in this Twitter moment, unable to handle streams of tweets that were broadcast just seconds earlier.  —  Google moves faster than some of its critics think.
Discussion: VentureBeat
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MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
The App Store Needs A Genius Feature, ASAP  —  You may not realize it yet, but the App Store is broken.  —  I spent this week at Apple's WWDC conference in San Francisco talking to quite a few iPhone app developers.  One thing that struck me was just how many of them shared the exact same concern with the App Store: App discovery.
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Interview With NPR On Process Journalism  —  Yesterday I did an interview with NPR's On The Media about the idea of Process Journalism.  —  Process Journalism is the posting of a story before it's fully baked, something the New York Times officially despises, but they do it too.  —  From my original post:
Discussion: On The Media, Thanks:dwr
Jim Giles / New Scientist:
The inside story of the Conficker worm  —  A HOTEL bar in Arlington, Virginia, 23 October 2008.  A group of computer security experts has spent the day holed up with law enforcement agencies.  It is an annual event that attracts the best in the business, but one the participants like to keep low-key …
 
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Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider:
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 Earlier Items: 
Harry McCracken / Technologizer:
FireWire: It's Baaaaaaaaaaaack!
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Gina Trapani / Lifehacker:
Google Wave Questions and Answers
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Kas Thomas / assertTrue:
Here's what Opera is about to unveil
Discussion: Neowin.net and OnSoftware