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8:00 AM ET, July 11, 2011

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Paul Boutin / Technology Review:
How Google+ Will Balkanize Your Social Life  —  For many, the new service offers the chance to press “reset on Facebook.”  —  Google launched its Facebook competitor, Google+, just over a week ago now.  Even though sign-ups have so far been limited to a fraction of Facebook's 750 million users …
Discussion: CNET News and Stay N Alive
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Dhanji R. Prasanna / Rethrick Construction:
Like it or Not  —  There's no shortage of punditry around the future and fate of Google+, a massive social networking effort from Google.  Much of it centers around competition with facebook and whether or not it will succeed in unseating the latter as the dominant social networking site.
Chris Turitzin / Momentus Media:
The post-Google+ world: A Facebook Developer's Perspective
Michael Learmonth / AdAge:
Google Readies Ambitious Plan for Web-Data Exchange  —  While Chattering Classes Obsess Over Google+, Marketers Should Keep an Eye on the Real Action  —  Wall Street-like exchanges have revolutionized online advertising, but Google is taking the concept further, quietly building one for buying …
Mark Gurman / 9to5Mac:
Apple to reportedly add second iPad manufacturer to meet ‘iPad HD’ demand this fall  —  Hot on the heels of reports that claim Apple is gearing up to launch a new iPad model this fall, Digitimes reports that Apple will be adding a second manufacture to augment the tablet's current manufacturing from Foxconn.
Mark Suster / Both Sides of the Table:
Why I'm Doubling Down on the Twitter Ecosystem  —  Today I'm announcing that GRP Partners is doubling down on the Twitter ecosystem by investing in DataSift, a company who provides a real-time data platform and tools to third-party developers and corporations.
Discussion: The Next Web and @infoarbitrage
Rich Jaroslovsky / Bloomberg:
Hubris, Free Sushi Fueled Google's Rise to Internet Riches: Book Review  —  Here's convincing evidence that Google Inc. (GOOG) isn't growing arrogant in its success.  —  Google was, in fact, born arrogant, as illustrated by Douglas Edwards in his highly entertaining new memoir, “I'm Feeling Lucky.”
Discussion: Wall Street Journal
410Labs:
410 Labs Closes Successful $750,000 Series A Funding Round  —  Investors include True Ventures, 500 Startups and an All-Star Cast of Area Entrepreneurs  —  Baltimore, MD (July 11, 2011)— 410 Labs, a Baltimore-based lean product studio founded by Dave Troy and Matt Koll …
Discussion: TechCrunch and The Business Insider, Thanks:davemcclure
Timothy B. Lee / Ars Technica:
ISP flip-flops: why do they now support “six strikes” plan?  —  Why did three of the nation's largest network providers—Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon—sign on to the music and movie industry's “copyright alert” system?  When we posed that question to Verizon spokesman Ed McFadden, he insisted that Verizon was just being a good citizen.
Discussion: Neowin.net
Charles Arthur / Guardian:
Smartphones head to ‘tipping point’  —  Android trumps iPhone and RIM as new data shows the point where half of UK users have smartphones is about a year away  —  Android is now the top smartphone OS in eight key countries having edged past Nokia's Symbian in Spain, according …
Discussion: bit-tech.net
Hiroko Tabuchi / New York Times:
Quick Action Helps Google Win Friends in Japan  —  KESENNUMA, Japan — An oddly equipped car made its way last week through the rubble in this tsunami-stricken port city.  On the roof: an assembly of nine cameras creating 360-degree panoramic digital images of the disaster zone to archive damage.
Laura Keeley / Washington Post:
Boston venture capitalists don't want to let another big one get away  —  Mark Zuckerberg was the big one that got away.  —  Boston venture capitalists declined to fund the founder of Facebook, the world's most popular social-networking service, when he wanted to expand his start-up in 2004.
 
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Seth Weintraub / 9to5Mac:
Foxconn to spend $1.6B on stores in China to sell Apple products
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat:
The road ahead in mobile games
Thanks:deantak
Matt Brian / The Next Web:
WordPress: Now Powering 50 Million Blogs
Discussion: @nacin
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Justin.TV: The Movie
Denise Howell / Bag and Baggage:
Google user licenses: clarification would be nice, but they're not panic-worthy
 Earlier Items: 
Rip Empson / TechCrunch:
Now You Can Use LinkedIn To Stay Up To Date On Who's Getting Hired (And Fired)
Jean-Louis Gassée / Monday Note:
HP's Tortured WebOS Positioning
Discussion: Guardian and CNET News
Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch:
Eric Schmidt: You Don't Know It's A Bubble Until The Bubble Ends
Discussion: TechEye and Moneycontrol
Matt McGee / Search Engine Land:
Google's Locksmith Spam Problem Hits The New York Times
Discussion: New York Times