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11:50 AM ET, November 14, 2010

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Jeff Atwood / Coding Horror:
Breaking the Web's Cookie Jar  —  The Firefox add-in Firesheep caused quite an uproar a few weeks ago, and justifiably so.  Here's how it works:  — Connect to a public, unencrypted WiFi network.  In other words, a WiFi network that doesn't require a password before you can connect to it.
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Kevin Marks / Epeus' epigone:
Firesheep, enterprise software and other broken models
Thanks:kevinmarks
Andrew Allemann / Domain Name Wire:
GoDaddy Replaces .Com with .Co, Now Default Choice  —  A big lift for .co this weekend as world's largest registrar promotes .co to top of search box.  —  You might be in for a bit of a surprise if you visit GoDaddy today.  This is what the search box looks like:  —  That's right.
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Adam Mills / The Next Web:
Huge victory for .co domain.  Go Daddy makes it default choice for new registrations.  —  While this certainly doesn't signal the end of the .com domain, it's a sign that quality .com domains are running out.  —  You may recall that earlier this year, the .co made its grand entrance as the first real competition to the .com domain.
Discussion: Elliot's Blog and Techie Buzz
Ernesto / TorrentFreak:
What's That Torrent Thing Google Keeps Suggesting?  —  Thanks to Google people have all the world's knowledge at their fingertips.  Simply type in a few words and the search engine usually returns hundreds of thousands of related websites - some background info on your favorite musician for example …
Discussion: Techie Buzz
Cole Stryker / Urlesque:
4chan Users Try to DDoS Tumblr, Tumblrs Raid 4chan in Revenge  —  The final phase of Operation Overlord, 4chan's loosely-orchestrated effort to bring down Tumblr, is on.  And this time they're bringing their LOIC's.  LOIC stands for Lower Orbit Ion Cannon, the nickname of a program that will DoS …
Om Malik / GigaOM:
Irrationality, Welcome Back to Silicon Valley  —  Wow, finally people noticed.  —  All it took was Google to supposedly offer $3.5 million to an engineer to not go to Facebook.  Now, that is what rational people would call cutting off the nose to spite the face.  But these are not rational times.
Discussion: Scobleizer and TechCrunch
Fred / A VC:
Self Expression Matters  —  Erick at Techcrunch sent me this chart yesterday and asked me why Tumblr was growing so fast.  I guess it was related to this post he wrote about Tumblr yesterday.  —  I told him I had no idea but I could make an observation.  My daughter came home from college …
Discussion: TechCrunch
Agence France Presse:
Pope says internet users risk ‘solitude’  —  VATICAN CITY — Pope Benedict XVI on Saturday warned that the Internet does not make people more humane but instead risks increasing a “sense of solitude and disorientation” among “numbed” young people.  —  “A large number of young people …
Steve Gillmor / TechCrunch:
You've Got FMail  —  The news on Monday appears to be that Facebook will reinvent email.  TechCrunch says it's the long awaited Gmail killer.  Others say it's Gmail inventor Paul Buchheit's project since he came to Facebook in the FriendFeed acquisition.  Paul says he hasn't been working on that …
Discussion: Mario Sundar, Thanks:mariosundar
Ryan Singel / Epicenter:
Singel-Minded: How Facebook Could Beat Google to Win the Net  —  ANALYSIS — In 1993, The New Yorker ran a famous cartoon with two dogs near a computer, with one mutt telling the other “On the Internet, nobody knows you are a dog.”  —  Oh, how times have changed.
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Tom Krazit / Relevant Results:   Why you're a pawn in Facebook vs. Google
Greg Peters / The Netflix Blog:
Netflix on Android  —  Hi, this is Greg Peters, from Netflix product development.  We recently announced the availability of Netflix on Windows Phone 7 devices, which, alongside the iPhone, represents the second mobile phone platform we have enabled for streaming from Netflix.
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Sean Hollister / Engadget:
Netflix headed to ‘select Android devices’ early next year
Discussion: Electronista and Pulse2
Nilay Patel / Engadget:
Verizon's Pantech and LG LTE modems leak out in ad form  —  Verizon's promised a 38-city LTE launch by the end of the year, and it looks like things are ramping up — we were just sent this ad for the LG VL600 and Pantech UML290 4G USB modems.  We've seen the VL600 at the FCC and in the wild before …
Matt McGee / Search Engine Land:
Google Maps Privacy: The Street View & Wifi Scorecard  —  It seems not a week goes by without news of a new investigation into Google's Street View service, or into Google's collection of personal data via unencrypted WiFi networks that occurred over three years as Street View vehicles drove the world's streets.
Thanks:mattmcgee
 
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Thomas O'Toole / TechLaw:
Magistrate: Lenz Waived Attorney-Client Privilege Through Chats, Blogging
Patrick Thibodeau / Computerworld:
U.S. building next wave of supercomputers
Discussion: PC World and insideHPC
Ben Horowitz / TechCrunch:
Meet the New Enterprise Customer, He's a Lot Like the Old Enterprise Customer
 Earlier Items: 
Jorge Cino / All Facebook:
Saudi Arabia Temporarily Blocks Facebook
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb and Associated Press
Mark Gurman / 9 to 5 Mac:
Apple turns to t.co URL shortener for Ping tweets?
Thanks:markgurman
Mark Gurman / 9 to 5 Mac:
Ping comes to iPad
Discussion: TUAW, Gizmodo, Pulse2, Engadget and App Advice, Thanks:codyfink
SAI: Silicon Alley Insider:
iPAD SURVEY RESULTS: Everything You Need To Know About How People Use The iPad
Discussion: Fortune, TiPb, TeleRead and 9 to 5 Mac