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12:35 AM ET, November 21, 2011

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Robert Scoble / Scobleizer:
The Facebook Freaky Line  —  It seems everyone is getting freaked out by Facebook once again.  Molly Wood at CNET says that Facebook's automatic sharing features are ruining sharing.  That got everyone to pile on over on Techmeme.  —  First, what does this automatic sharing feature (otherwise known as “frictionless sharing") do?
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Molly Wood / CNET News:
How Facebook is ruining sharing  —  CEO Mark Zuckerberg describes how Facebook will connect people to media based on the strengths of their connections to other people.  —  I'm afraid to click any links on Facebook these days.  —  No, it's got nothing to do with the spam attack and the flood …
Josh Constine / TechCrunch:
Facebook and the Age of Curation Through Unsharing  —  Facebook's Open Graph is ushering in a monumental shift in how we curate what we share.  Curation used to mean opting in to sharing.  You found or did something you thought your audience would care about, and you went to the trouble of sharing it.
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb:   Why Facebook's Seamless Sharing is Wrong
Tim Bradshaw / FT Tech Hub:
The unexpected impact of Facebook's “seamless sharing” on newspaper sites
Chris Foresman / Ars Technica:
Feature: Can the iPhone 4S replace a “real” digital camera?  Ars investigates  —  When Apple announced the iPhone 4S, the company certainly talked up the improvements made to the smartphone's integrated camera hardware.  With 8 megapixels of resolution, a redesigned lens …
Discussion: @nytimesbits
Ken Doctor / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The newsonomics of Amazon's Prime moves  —  Membership ain't what it used to be.  —  Two years ago, I signed up for Amazon's Prime program.  $79 a year for unlimited two-day shipping.  It was a tailor-made program for someone like me who bought everything from printer paper to lawnmowers online.
Matt Lynley / Business Insider:
Mashable Fires Editor At Large And Top Writer Ben Parr  —  UPDATE: Mashable has confirmed with us that Ben Parr was fired on Friday.  —  EARLIER: Mashable's editor at large Ben Parr has left the fast-growing news site, Business Insider has learned.  —  Parr had originally intended …
Anand Lal Shimpi / AnandTech:
Galaxy Nexus & Ice Cream Sandwich: Initial Performance Analysis  —  The road to Google's Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) is finally nearing its destination.  As of yesterday, the Samsung made Galaxy Nexus went on sale in the UK.  Its arrival in the US on Verizon is imminent …
Jean-Louis Gassée / Monday Note:
The Apple Wireless Carrier (Part 2)  —  Spurred by years of frustration with AT&T, Verizon, Orange and the like, I wrote a half-serious Monday Note a few months ago (Steve, Please Buy Us A Carrier!) that imagined an Apple wireless universe.  Simple pricing, no-surprise phone bills, no-tricks agreements.
Rafe Blandford / All About Windows Phone:
Windows Phone Marketplace passes 40,000 apps  —  After celebrating its first anniversary by passing the 35,000 app mark in mid October, the Windows Phone Marketplace has now passed the 40,000 app and games submission mark.  Content is being added at the rate of 165 items per day.
David Strom / ReadWriteWeb:
Go Daddy Has Lion's Share of IPv6 Address Space  —  The surprising results of an IPv6 census conducted by the Measurement Factory and sponsored by Infoblox are that the lion's share of actual working IPv6 nodes are being hosted by Go Daddy.  I know, any excuse to plug their spokesmodel Danica Patrick …
Wall Street Journal:
Document Trove Exposes Surveillance Methods  —  Documents obtained by The Wall Street Journal open a rare window into a new global market for the off-the-shelf surveillance technology that has arisen in the decade since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Alan Feuer / New York Times:
On the Move in New York's Thriving Tech Sector  —  WHEN the tech firm Yipit moved last month from General Assembly, a communal office campus on 20th Street and Broadway, to its own loft space on 18th Street and Fifth Avenue, its 14 employees simply grabbed their coffee cups and MacBook Airs and did the job on foot.
 
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