Jasmin Melvin / Reuters:
Internet road rules near FCC vote — (Reuters) - A controversial proposal for Internet traffic rules that would allow providers to ration access to their networks is scheduled to come before communications regulators for a vote on Tuesday. — The rules would ban high-speed Internet providers …
Discussion: Pulse2, Multichannel News and DSLreports
John Borthwick / TechCrunch:
Neutrality Or Bust — Access to fast, affordable and open broadband, for users and developers alike is, I believe, the single most important driver of innovation in our business. The FCC will likely vote next week on a framework for net neutrality—we got aspects of this wrong ten years ago, we can't afford to be wrong again.
Discussion: New York Times
Kenneth Corbin / EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet:
GOP Opposition to FCC Net Neutrality Plan Mounts
GOP Opposition to FCC Net Neutrality Plan Mounts
Discussion: Hillicon Valley and Post Tech
Gautham Nagesh / Hillicon Valley: OVERNIGHT TECH: Hutchison moves to stop FCC from enforcing net neutrality
Stephen Hood / unique hazards may exist:
We can save Delicious, but probably not in the way you think — I left Yahoo over two years ago, but prior to that I spent three years running product for Delicious. Since then I've remained a loyal user and supporter. To this day I keep in touch with former Delicious colleagues and consider many to be friends.
Wolfgang Gruener / ConceivablyTech:
The Best HTML5 Game Yet: A Threat To Flash? — Casual gaming is a bastion for Adobe's Flash format, but we are told that it is just a matter of time until HTML5 will replace Flash as we know it today. Grant Skinner has released the best casual HTML5 game we have seen to date and we wonder …
Discussion: gskinner.com, Pulse2, Computerworld and MSDN Blogs
Grant Skinner / gskinner.com: Pirates Love Daisies HTML5 Game Launches!
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Pirates Love Daisies Is One Of The Best HTML5 Games So Far
Tony Bradley / Computerworld: Pirates Love Daisies Game Shows Off HTML5
Martin Beeby / MSDN Blogs: Pirates love daises - a HTML5 game
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Former Yahoo Engineers Shed Light On Why Delicious And Other Acquisitions Failed — As we've written a number of times over the past few days, Yahoo appears to be in complete disarray. Following layoffs at the company this week, a leaked memo revealed that Yahoo is “sunsetting” …
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb, Pulse2, Wap Review and Enterprise Irregulars
Abraham Hyatt / ReadWriteWeb: Here's What Happened to Delicious
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Kevin Rose Says He Would Really Like To Buy Delicious
Dennis Bournique / Wap Review: Pinboard - A Fast, Mobile-Friendly Delicious.com Replacement
Bob Warfield / Enterprise Irregulars: Google or Microsoft Should Buy Delicious
The Cloud OS — My recent remark about the future of ChromeOS generated a surprisingly passionate response. Some said that my prediction was obvious and boring, but others disagreed, arguing instead that I am ugly and “don't get it”. I won't disagree with either side …
Discussion: Macworld, eWeek, Beyond Search and Life On the Wicked Stage, Thanks:zee
Joel Mathis / Macworld: Hands on with Google Chrome OS
Clint Boulton / eWeek: Google Says Chrome OS, Cloud Aren't Careless Computing
Stephen E. Arnold / Beyond Search: Google, Multiple Operating Systems, and the Mad Scramble
Warner Crocker / Life On the Wicked Stage: Sunday Morning Reading
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
When OCR Goes Bad: Google's Ngram Viewer & The F-Word — Google launched its Google Books Ngram Viewer this week, a tool that lets you research how popular words and phrases have been over several centuries, based on their appearance in books. But can you trust it?
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb and TeleRead
Steven Loeb / SAI: Silicon Alley Insider:
SNL: Julian Assange Hacks Into Mark Zuckerberg's ‘Person Of The Year’ Thank-You Message — Julian Assange has been maligned in the press, thrown in jail, had his name dragged through the mud, but now he has a real reason to be furious with the United States: — Time chose Mark Zuckerberg as ‘Person of the Year’ over him!
Discussion: Pulse2, Mediaite and Digital Journal
Glynnis MacNicol / SAI:
Joe Biden Compares Julian Assange To ‘High-Tech Terrorist,’ Says Justice Dept. Looking Into Charges — From Meet the Press this morning. — Vice President Joe Biden sounded quite grave on the subject of Julian Assange, whom he compared to “a high-tech terrorist”
Ewen MacAskill / Guardian: Julian Assange like a hi-tech terrorist, says Joe Biden
Cade Metz / The Register:
Facebook: Why our ‘next-gen’ comms ditched MySQL — Cassandra founder plays Ace of HBase — About a year ago, when Facebook set out to build its email-meets-chat-meets-everything- else messaging system, the company knew its infrastructure couldn't run the thing.
Sean Hollister / Engadget:
Notion Ink releases Adam demo video, attempts to explain itself (update: second vid) — As promised, Notion Ink has just released a video of the Adam tablet in action, complete with that snazzy new Eden UI — the first anyone's seen of the device since its first working prototype.
Discussion: TeleRead, Notion Ink, Android Police, SlashGear, Pulse2, Androinica, Electronista, jkkmobile, CrunchGear, Liliputing, GottaBeMobile and LAPTOP Magazine
Chris Meadows / TeleRead: Videos, interview show more details about Notion Ink Adam
Rohan Shravan / Notion Ink: Eden and Our Effort — Its something which we planned for CES …
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Notion Ink Adam gets live video run-through
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Notion Ink Shows Us A Hands-On Adam Demo [VIDEO]
Michael Heller / Androinica: Breakdown of the Notion Ink Adam Demo Video
Brad Linder / Liliputing: Notion Ink releases demo video for the Adam tablet
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile: Notion Ink Releases Video to Try and Silence Critics
K. T. Bradford / LAPTOP Magazine: Notion Ink Releases Adam Video To Quell Pre-Order Fears
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Instagram Gains Suggested Users, 7 New Languages, And Yes, 2 New Filters — An update to Instagram, the popular photo-sharing app for the iPhone, has just hit the App Store. And while the version numbering (1.0.6) may not make it seem like a big update, there are a few notable things about the latest version.
Discussion: Pulse2, Download Squad and The Next Web