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12:55 PM ET, March 19, 2011

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Steve Blank:
New Rules for the New Internet Bubble  —  We're now in the second Internet bubble.  The signals are loud and clear: seed and late stage valuations are getting frothy and wacky, and hiring talent in Silicon Valley is the toughest it has been since the dot.com bubble.
Discussion: A VC, p2pnet and The Huffington Post
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Paul Kedrosky / Paul Kedrosky's Infectious Greed:
The Top Ten Signs the Valley is on Tilt Again  —  It's apparently that time again — the Valley has gone on tilt.  Consider the following top ten signs:  —  10. Conferences are selling out  —  9. Venture capitalists are launching blogs  —  8. Everyone you know has a startup
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Kevin Rose Resigns From Digg, Closing Round On New Startup  —  Wow, when I wrote last night that Kevin Rose doesn't really use Digg anymore, I had no idea how perfect the timing was.  It turns out Rose really has tuned out.  Because, say multiple sources, he's already resigned from the company …
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Kevin Rose / @kevinrose:
Wow, tons of questions - I'll continue advising Digg / on the board of directors, & taping Diggnation (as i have been since @mwdigg joined).
Discussion: Mashable!
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
25 Things I Hate About Google, Revisited 5 Years Later  —  Five years ago, I wrote a story called “25 Things I Hate About Google.”  It went viral, to my surprise.  I thought it was worth revisiting that story on its five year anniversary, to see how many of those “hates” have been fixed.
Jonathan S. Geller / BGR:
Sprint's CTIA announcements: HTC EVO 3D, HTC EVO View 4G, Motorola XOOM, much more  —  We have just been informed of most of Sprint's planned announcements at CTIA this year.  There have been mumblings surrounding the two headline devices, but we finally have the information to share with you.
Steven Levy / Wired:
Larry Page Wants to Return Google to Its Startup Roots  —  One afternoon about 12 years ago, Larry Page and Sergey Brin gave John Doerr a call.  A few months earlier, the Google cofounders had accepted $12.5 million from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Doerr's venture-capital firm, as well as an equal amount from Sequoia Capital.
Discussion: Shiny Objects and Fast Company
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Anthony Ha / VentureBeat:
Does Google's Larry Page care about social networking?
Discussion: SlashGear and down the avenue
John Brownlee / Geek.com:
Steve Jobs was Google's first choice for CEO
Discussion: Cult of Mac and SlashGear
Courtney Boyd Myers / The Next Web:
Security hole spotted in Tumblr  —  This morning on Hacker News, members spotted a gaping security hole in Tumblr, which exposed more than 748 lines of sensitive configuration information out into the open.  Members pointed to possible errors at the core of the PHP scripting language that might make the data dump inevitable.
Ryan Paul / Ars Technica:
Mozilla outlines 16-week Firefox development cycle  —  Although Mozilla is still readying Firefox 4 for its official release, the organization is already laying out its plans for subsequent versions of the open source Web browser.  In a roadmap published earlier this year …
Joab Jackson / PC World:
Sun.com Name Could Fetch Oracle $1 Million  —  Last year, when Oracle purchased Sun Microsystems, it got a wealth of customers, technologies and personnel for its US$7.4 billion.  It also obtained one of the choicest domain names on the Internet, Sun.com.  —  Now that Oracle …
Discussion: The Domains and Slashdot
Ambarish Kenghe / The Official Google TV Blog:
Google TV Remote for iPhone  —  A very popular feature of Google TV to use your phone as a remote control.  We released the Android version of the Google TV Remote app in December and I am happy to say that the app is now available for iPhones, iPads, and iPods running iOS 3 or higher.
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MG Siegler / TechCrunch:   Wow, Google Has Ported My Ten Thousand Button Nightmare To The iPhone!
Adam Ostrow / Mashable!:
AP Stylebook Finally Changes “e-mail” to “email”  —  The AP Stylebook, the de facto style and usage guide for much of the news media, announced on Friday that the abbreviated term for “electronic mail” is losing a hyphen, and with it, a relic of a simpler time when Internet technology needed to be explained very carefully.
Elinor Mills / CNET News:
What the RSA breach means for you (FAQ)  —  RSA warned its customers yesterday that its network had been breached and data had been stolen that could affect customers using its popular SecurID token authentication technology.  Although details are scarce, here's what we know so far.  —  What happened?
Gawker:
Inside Anonymous' Secret War Room  —  Dissident members of the internet hacktivist group Anonymous, tired of what they call the mob's “unpatriotic” ways, have provided law enforcement with chat logs of the group's leadership planning crimes, as well as what they say are key members' identities.
eMarketer:
Days of Double-Digit Growth in Social Network Users Are Over  —  Social networking now reaches most internet users in the US and has become an integral part of their lives.  Thanks to the rapid growth of Facebook, updating status, posting comments and sharing links with friends have become routine activities for millions of people.
Discussion: VatorNews and WebProNews
 
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Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch:
Reddit, Social News Frontrunner, Is Down To One Developer
Discussion: Soshable and VentureBeat
Brian X. Chen / Gadget Lab:
Amazon Android App Store Set to Launch Tuesday
Eriq Gardner / Hollywood Reporter:
Netflix Data On Customer Viewing Habits Sparks New Class Action Lawsuit
Discussion: paidContent, Techland and p2pnet
Donald Melanson / Engadget:
Google guesstimates release dates for movies and games
David Eaves / eaves.ca:
Canada launches data.gc.ca - what works and what is broken
Discussion: p2pnet and Michael Geist Blog
 Earlier Items: 
Emily Yiu / Flickr Blog:
Slideshows for your iPad
Discussion: The Next Web, TUAW and Download Squad
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
The Sun Will Set For Yahoo's AlltheWeb On April 4
Matt Rosoff / SAI: Silicon Alley Insider:
A Seedy New Neighborhood For The Web: XXX Domain Approved
Chris Espinosa / cdespinosa's posterous:
0x22  —  Today is the 34th anniversary of the date on my Apple employee badge.
Patrick Seitz / IBD Click:
Netflix's Deep Integration With Facebook Under Way
Charles Starrett / iLounge:
Apple plans major MobileMe revamp for April launch; prior version to be phased out in a year