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9:40 PM ET, September 6, 2009

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Steve / The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs:
Pogue dodges a bullet  —  So the fecal matter hit the spinning blades for our good friend and loyal fanboy David Pogue (in photo above, pleasuring himself with a MacBook) this week.  Today, Clark Hoyt, the “public editor” at the Times, published a piece about Pogue that basically says yeah …
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Clark Hoyt / New York Times:
He Works for The Times, Too  —  DAVID POGUE, the popular technology columnist, is a high-energy, one-man multimedia conglomerate.  —  In addition to his weekly “State of the Art” column in The Times, and his blog and videos on the newspaper's Web site, and his weekly e-mail newsletter …
Discussion: Gawker
Zee / The Next Web Blog:
Spotify iPhone App: First Impressions  —  Well, it finally made it onto the iPhone.  The Spotify iPhone app, quite possibly one of the most hyped mobile app releases yet.  —  After watching the preview video (embedded at the foot of this post), my initial thoughts were …
Thanks:mgcreed
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Mike Butcher / TechCrunch Europe:
Breaking: Spotify App Goes Live on iPhone and Android  —  Streaming music service Spotify has launched on the iPhone and Android devices for its premium subscribers only.  You can download it from Apple's App Store here and the Android Market.  Though plans to launch there are in play …
Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider:
Apple To Kill Off iPod Classic, Double Down On Touch, iPhone Developer Predicts  —  Apple's annual iPod/iTunes product event will take place this Wednesday in San Francisco.  In addition to announcing new iTunes features, Apple will almost certainly introduce an updated version of the iPod touch …
Discussion: Edible Apple
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Dion Hinchcliffe / Enterprise Web 2.0:
How the Web OS has begun to reshape IT and business  —  These days in the halls of IT departments around the world there is a growing realization that the next wave of outsourcing, things like cloud computing and crowdsourcing, are going to require responses that will forever change the trajectory …
Discussion: Slashdot
Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten / The Next Web Blog:
Technorati now hiring bloggers (and biting the hand that feeds them?) … Technorati used to be the darling of the Blogging industry.  Unfortunately they have lost some of their shine in these past years with declining market share, bugs and downtime, and an unclear strategy for the future.
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Jeff / Venture Chronicles:   Technorati Changed Their Business and Few Noticed
Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider:
Meetup Had Its First Profitable Month In July  —  Meetup cofounder and CEO Scott Heiferman has a nice column in today's New York Times, as part of its “The Boss” feature.  —  It describes how he got his start in New York — first, working for Sony in New Jersey, then as founder of i-traffic, an online ad agency.
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Scott Heiferman / New York Times:
The Pursuit of Community  —  I GREW up with four siblings …
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Google Japan fights concerns about Street View  —  Google Japan is attempting to fight privacy-related concerns towards its Street View application.  On September 4th, Google Japan's legal representative announced that the company would be putting forth new efforts to fighting malicious secondary-use …
Discussion: Search Engine Journal and Slashdot
John Gruber / Daring Fireball:
Regarding WordPress and Security  —  Readers keep asking me why I'm “against” WordPress.  I'm not against WordPress.  But I think it's important, for anyone who cares about their web sites, to understand just what you're getting into when you decide to host your own WordPress site.
Discussion: Zero Percent Idle, Thanks:atul
Jennifer Johnson / HotHardware.com News:
Are Open-Source Cameras The Way Of The Future?  —  Scientists at Stanford are working on an open source camera that could change the world of photography by giving programmers the power to change and add features to a camera via software updates.  If the technology catches on …
Japan Today:
NTT DoCoMo eyes fully entering U.S. cell phone market next year  —  NEW YORK —  NTT DoCoMo Inc is considering fully entering the U.S. cell phone market next year, offering smartphones and other high-performance handsets with its “i-mode” mobile Internet service, sources familiar with the matter said Friday.
Discussion: Engadget and PhoneNews.com
 
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Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
As Other Real-Time Search Engines Fizzle, OneRiot Gets Some Early Traction
Matt Buchanan / Gizmodo:
Mac OS X Snow Leopard: The Complete Guide
Discussion: MacDailyNews and digg.com
Steve / The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs:
Asteroids, Part 2  —  Will we see a negative story in the Sunday …
Ben Parr / Mashable!:
Google Wave: 5 Ways It Could Change the Web
Discussion: surchur hot topics
 Earlier Items: 
Randall Stross / New York Times:
Texting? No, Just Trying to Read Chapter 6
Discussion: TeleRead
George Chen / Reuters:
Ex-Google China chief to fund Chinese tech start-ups
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb
Meg / meish dot org:
The many ways in which the experience of Twitter's development …
Thanks:atul