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Avalanche P2P May Be In Vista
Microsoft has been quietly developing its BitTorrent alternative in the UK, and the announcement that Windows Vista-equipped laptops with built-in WiFi will be able to do peer to peer connections could indicate its pending arrival in the marketplace.
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Date: 2006-05-31
 
Sony's Growing Pains
Sony may have gotten too big for its own good. The company has spread well beyond its traditional specialty of high-end electronics into many other business fields. This is evident to some degree in the U.S., but is particularly obvious in Japan, where Sony hawks such things as skin lotion, online banking services, and life insurance.
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Date: 2006-05-31
 
The BBC Sets Its Sights On Google, AOL
The blokes at the BBC want to show the world what they're made of. The corporation's director general has set his sights not only on Google - a tough opponent by any standards - but on AOL, as well. As part of this plan, the BBC would expand further into global markets.
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Date: 2006-05-31
 
Filed As Science Fiction: Google Media, Inc.
In 20 years, we'll be telling our children, to their astonishment, that Google was once a text-only search engine that made a name for itself by being the best at finding stuff on the vast web of (mostly text) information that was the early Internet. "You had to read?" they'll ask. "Oh, yes. Incessantly," we'll answer. "Type, too."
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Date: 2006-05-31
 
Google Takes On Bird Flu
The world's largest Internet search company has joined the defenses arranged against bird flu. In combination with Geographic Information System (GIS) technology, Google Earth is helping to locate commercial poultry flocks, as well as the buildings, schools, and roads close to the farms and production facilities.
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Date: 2006-05-31
 
Google Settlement Brings Unhappiness
A $90 million settlement of claims brought in a class-action click fraud lawsuit against Google has been approved by the courts, but a number of people have filed complaints with the bench about the settlement's terms.
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Date: 2006-05-31
 
Google Maps Used To Find Missing Kids
A page that worth bookmarking is MissingKidsMap.com, a mashup that uses Google Maps API and information provided by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) to create a regularly updated map of the origins of missing children in the United States.
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Date: 2006-05-31
 
Google Builds AdSense API
An application programming interface for AdSense will permit site publishers to offer users the opportunity to perform a variety of AdSense functions without leaving the publisher's website.
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Date: 2006-05-31
 
Opera Brings Browser To Pocket PC
The Opera Mobile browser has become available for the Pocket PC platform and runs on Windows Mobile 5 and 2003 SE.
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Date: 2006-05-31
 
AOL Employees Don't Use AOL Search
AOL has been consistently 4th place in terms of search share, and Jason Calacanis thinks he knows why - because AOL sucks to search with. Calacanis, who joined AOL after the company bought his blog network, Weblogs Inc., slammed his parent company's woeful search presentation on his weblog.
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Date: 2006-05-31
 
Google Graphs World Development
Google has produced a very interesting tool that plots world development indicators on a graph to compare against each other. Part of Google's Co-op program, the tool is called the Gapminder, a "non-profit venture" that collects information and makes it viewable in visual and animated ways using Flash technology.
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Date: 2006-05-31
 
Google Green Is Made Of Maps
Environmentally friendly vacation spots form the center of the Summer of Green mashup, a project that joins Google Maps with the Earth Day Network.
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Date: 2006-05-31
 
Google, Ask Make Moves In Europe
The UK and Germany now have releases of Google Base for their Internet users; meanwhile, Ask.com has expanded its mapping imagery throughout Europe.
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Date: 2006-05-31
 
Gates Weighs In On Immigration Reform
Who should you ask for advice when it comes to matters of national security, human rights, and more specifically, immigration reform? Well, Bill Gates seems to think he has a pretty good understanding of the issues. Gates released a 200-word statement on Thursday expressing his views on the subject.
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Date: 2006-05-30
 
Mobile Ad Model Uses Attention As Currency
Virgin Mobile USA is breaking new ground in mobile advertising by announcing its plan to offer customers a way to earn free talk time on their phones by watching ads - and taking tests afterward. SugarMama, as the program is called, will debut on June 14.
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Date: 2006-05-30
 
Africa Trails In Internet Usage
Internet access remains a rare thing in Africa, where high costs and limited availability drive the technology far out of reach for most of the population. In terms of world Internet usage, Africans represent only 2.3 percent of the total, although they make up 14.1 percent of the world's population.
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Date: 2006-05-30
 
Office Live Challenging Yahoo Small Business
Based on the current rate of registrations taking place, Microsoft's Office Live service will pass 100,000 registered users during July, at a pace that is almost as fast as Yahoo's web hosting growth.
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Date: 2006-05-30
 
Fo.rtuito.us Asks: You Feeling Lucky?
Regardless of opinions about the benefits of an odd domain name (del.icio.us succeeded, but few can agree if it was a fluke or not), fo.rtuito.us has people intrigued. And what's not interesting about random social networking? It's Forest Gump's box of chocolates - you never know what you're going to get.
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Date: 2006-05-30
 
Rumors Bubble On Microsoft, eBay Talk
Sources say that unnamed people at the two tech companies have reportedly been discussing a potential merger. Allegedly.
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Date: 2006-05-30
 
Blame Broadband For User-Generated Content
Faster Internet connections to the home have enabled more people to post a variety of content online.
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Date: 2006-05-30
 
The Nation's First: A Kentucky Fried Satellite
When you think of Kentucky, you think of (if you're being polite like you should be) horses, bourbon, the Colonel, and the nicest darn people this side of the Pearly Gates. But would you, in a million years, think space program? Not government subsidized acreage, ya hick…the satellite business.
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Date: 2006-05-30
 
Supreme Court Won't Rule On Yahoo Nazi Case
The United States Supreme Court gave a hardy "no thanks" to the chance of deciding whether Yahoo! had to honor a French court's ruling about the content of the company's U.S.-based website.
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Date: 2006-05-30
 
Slashdot Picks Its Redesign
The long-running "news for nerds, stuff that matters" website will undergo a facelift after its editors selected a redesign from a number of submissions.
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Date: 2006-05-30
 
Microsoft Debuts New Mac Hardware
It's not an UMPC designed to run OS X, but a newly designed keyboard and mouse for the stylishly designed Macintosh computer line.
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Date: 2006-05-30
 
Microsoft Critic Mini-mizing Himself
The blogger known as Mini-Microsoft will take a break from the anonymous posting on Microsoft's internal operations now that the company has revamped its internal review processes.
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Date: 2006-05-29
 
Google AdSense Answers About Video
The new video advertisements that will begin to appear on Google's network of AdSense publishers will pay on a CPM basis for site-targeted video, which should be welcome news.
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Date: 2006-05-28
 
Google Sponsoring 630 For Summer Of Code
One hundred and one projects covering operating systems, content management, programming languages, and other open source areas will occupy the 630 students selected to participate in Google's Summer of Code.
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Date: 2006-05-27
 
Google Gets A Dell Deal
The rumored deal between Dell and Google that will place Google's presence and software on Dell's OEM machines became official with Google CEO Eric Schmidt's announcement.
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Date: 2006-05-26
 
Google Sends Picasa To Linux
The call for Google to port its software applications to Linux got off to a good start with the company's photo sharing and editing software Picasa making the jump.
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Date: 2006-05-26
 
Microsoft Could Make Mobile Phone Ads
Microsoft may be in talks to acquire Third Screen Media, which identifies itself as a "marketing technology" company. If the deal goes through, Microsoft would gain access to technology that can deliver ads to cell phones, as well as the firm's established customer base. Third Screen Media's clients include USA Today and the Weather Channel.
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Date: 2006-05-26
 
Search Patents Show Promise
A roundup of the latest search patents shows some interesting developments. As gathered and noted by SearchEngineWatch, Yahoo, Microsoft, IBM, and Amazon all have new tweaks and developments in play, with Yahoo actually receiving two patents and Microsoft being granted three.
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Date: 2006-05-26
 
Nintendo Doesn't Want Wii.com
A forestry company is enjoying some inadvertent traffic to its website, courtesy of Nintendo. Only Nintendo can say if it was aware that Wii.com was already owned before the console was launched.
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Date: 2006-05-26
 
Online Gambling Addictions Growing
Gambling is big business, and in the so-called "lawless land" of the Internet, it's on the rise. Online gambling generated around $12 billion last year, spread out over roughly 2,300 gaming sites. Some studies indicate that the rise in gambling is being accompanied by an increase in gambling addiction.
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Date: 2006-05-26
 
Blogger Suggests Google Trends Pro Next
John Koetsier raised the prospect of Google's Trends tool progressing from its very general utility to something more granular, namely something Google can sell to marketers.
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Date: 2006-05-26
 
Blogging About Work Might Be A Bad Idea
Bloggers are writing about their day jobs, and it's getting some of them in trouble. An increasing number of companies are adopting policies that would prohibit bloggers from discussing their workplace, with termination as one possible result. In most cases, the law is backing the corporations up.
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Date: 2006-05-26
 
Professor Ditches Lectures In Favor Of Podcasts
Taking college courses from the comfort of home may become a reality, at least for some students. No more 8 AM lectures, no more tramping across campus through a snowstorm or in the baking heat. Not for students of Bradford University's Dr. Bill Ashraf, who has ditched traditional lectures, turning instead to podcasts.
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Date: 2006-05-26
 
ATT Unites MoveOn & Christian Coalition
Something historic has happened in Washington. MoveOn.org joined hands with the Christian Coalition to jump all over a Democrat and a corporation. Be sure to check the window regularly for flying pigs (keep an eye out for the droppings too). What could have happened to bring these two together? A congressman's stance (or lack of) on Net Neutrality.
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Date: 2006-05-26
 
Barbaro, Barton, And Hoffa, Oh My
What was most on the minds of Internet users last week? Barbaro, apparently - the racehorse fractured his leg in the Preakness, and originally had only 50/50 odds of survival. Fortunately, his recovery is going well and his chances have improved. Web surfers were also thinking about Mischa Barton, Jimmy Hoffa, and "Over the Hedge," evidently.
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Date: 2006-05-26
 
Bebo: The Other MySpace
MySpace.com has been the buzzword on the Internet and in the media since News Corp. bought parent company Intermix last August (and also because of the rampant sexual predation associated with it). But Bebo.com, another social networking site has lit up the UK and Ireland and is close to matching MySpace's success.
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Date: 2006-05-26
 
Apple Pulped In Court By Journalists
Three online journalists sued by Apple gained a victory in appeals court when judges ruled in favor of a petition filed by the Electronic Frontier Foundation regarding the protection of sources.
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Date: 2006-05-26
 
O'Reilly Admits Mishandling Web 2.0 Issue
A post by O'Reilly Media regarding their cease and desist demand letter issued over the use of "Web 2.0" in a conference name could have been handled better.
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Date: 2006-05-26
 
MSN Spaces Tops In Blogs
Microsoft noted how its MSN Spaces blogging service drew more than 100 million visitors in April, and that does not even include its 20 million unique visitors in China.
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Date: 2006-05-25
 
Microsoft Says Vista Is On Schedule For Release
After delaying the release several times, Microsoft now assures the world that Vista will meet its slated launch date of January 2007. Vista represents the first major overhaul in five years for the venerable Windows operating system. Windows is used on about 90 percent of the world's computers, and its sales account for about one-third of Microsoft's total revenue.
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Date: 2006-05-25
 
SE Wars Get Social - Battleground MySpace
A new battlefront in the ongoing business war between Google and Microsoft appears to be opening around the popular social network MySpace.com.
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Date: 2006-05-25
 
MSN Search ODP Opt-Out Option
MSN search has introduced an Open Directory (ODP or DMOZ) opt-out meta tag allowing webmasters and search marketers the option of preventing an erroneous or miswritten Open Directory description from appearing as part of MSN search results.
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Date: 2006-05-25
 
Yahoo, eBay Drop E-Biz Bombshell
EBay and Yahoo dropped an announcement bomb early this morning saying that the two Internet giants have agreed to combine their efforts on a number of projects. By 2007, expect an increase in eBay search results on Yahoo!, an increase of contextual text and graphical ads on eBay, PayPal to power Yahoo! Wallet, a co-branded eBay Toolbar, and click-to-call advertising using Yahoo! Messenger with Voice and Skype.
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Date: 2006-05-25
 
Microsoft May Limit Employees' Admin Rights
Due to one of the new features in Windows Vista, many Microsoft employees may have their administrative privileges taken away. Most of the people employed by the software giant currently have full admin rights on their desktop PCs, but this is unusual state of affairs for a corporation. The change would be made to improve security.
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Date: 2006-05-25
 
MPAA Hired A Hacker, Lawsuit Alleges
The Motion Picture Association of America hired a hacker to steal information from a company it accused of helping copyright violators-this according to a lawsuit filed Wednesday. In the suit, Torrentspy.com parent Valence Media alleges a man was paid $15,000 to pilfer e-mail correspondence and trade secrets.
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Date: 2006-05-25
 
JotSpot Tracker Integrating With Salesforce
The first of several on-demand applications available from JotSpot through Salesforce's AppExchange will transform Excel spreadsheets into browser-accessible versions.
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Date: 2006-05-25
 
Microsoft Taking Classifieds To China
Windows Live Expo, Microsoft's answer to Craigslist and Google Base, will be launched in China and five other countries before the end of 2006.
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Date: 2006-05-25
 
Kazaa Sues Blogger Over Anonymous Comments
The parent company of the controversial filesharing service Kazaa has filed suit in a Canadian court against p2pnet.net over alleged libelous comments made in the blog's comments section. The result of the lawsuit could have broad implications on the level of responsibility bloggers and forum hosts hold for third party (often anonymous) comments.
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Date: 2006-05-25
 
Multiply Removes Video, Image Limits
Members of the Multiply social networking platform will be able to post for free an unlimited number of photos or videos to their places on the site.
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Date: 2006-05-25
 
Wii've Got A Price and Wiimote VoIP
We have news and a rumor regarding Nintendo's latest incarnation, Wii. It will come reasonably priced for the gamer market, according to the company's US financial report. And it just may be that the Wiimote will be VoIP enabled.
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Date: 2006-05-25
 
Net Neutrality Scores A Win
Net Neutrality advocates got something today they haven't been used to: a victory in Congress. The Internet Freedom and Nondiscrimination Act, sponsored by Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner and Rep. John Conyers, won the majority approval of the House Judiciary Committee, passing by a vote of 20-13.
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Date: 2006-05-25
 
AIM Spears Triton 1.5 Preview
A new version of the AIM Triton service, Preview Edition 1.5, became available from AOL and delivered integration with some recently released features.
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Date: 2006-05-25
 
MySpace Searchers Go To Google
Sites in the Hitwise search engines category receive 4.7 percent of their traffic from MySpace, and that could indicate potential futures for social networking sites.
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Date: 2006-05-25
 
O'Reilly Blasted Over Web 2.0 Suit
The man who popularized the phrase Web 2.0 over the past couple of years has been accused of dropping a lawsuit on an Irish non-profit organization for using the term in "flagrant violation" of O'Reilly's trademark.
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Date: 2006-05-25
 
Technorati, AP In Blog Deal
The Associated Press followed up an announced deal with Topix.net by disclosing another one, this time with blog search engine Technorati to connect bloggers and local newspapers.
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Date: 2006-05-24
 
Scandoo Tags Unsafe Search Results
ScanSafe's Scandoo site allows visitors to perform queries on two major search engines and see if links returned on the search results are safe, questionable, or unsafe.
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Date: 2006-05-24
 
Dell (Sort Of) Wins E-Commerce Lawsuit
Dell has won an important victory over DE Technologies, a Virginia firm that holds a patent so broad it could cover all e-commerce. A federal district judge declared parts of the patent as too "indefinite" and approved some measures of Dell's request to have it rendered invalid.
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Date: 2006-05-24
 
MySpace Searches Down Under, Finds Google
While News Corp.-owned MySpace.com courts major search engines to expand its advertising offerings through search marketing, it is also looking to expand its Australian base to better target its 800,000 Aussie members.
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Date: 2006-05-24
 
YouTube Is King of Online Video
Online video sites have a long way to go if they want to catch up with YouTube. You might say that it has become the Google of online video, even if Google has its own video service. Hitwise says that as of the end of last week, YouTube controlled 43 percent of Internet video traffic, the same percentage Google holds in search queries.
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Date: 2006-05-24
 
Sponsored Links More 'Risky' Than Organic
Sponsored links are two to four times as likely as organic links to lead a searcher to a "risky" or "dangerous" website, according to McAfee's Site Advisor researchers Ben Edelman and Hannah Rosenbaum. The keyword most likely to deliver those links: [free screensavers].
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Date: 2006-05-24
 
Google To Shut Down Orkut Bad Apples
Google agreed to the Brazilian government's request to shut down a list of Orkut communities reported to violate Brazilian laws regarding violence, human rights, and other criminal activities.
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Date: 2006-05-24
 
Time Goes Blogging With Sphere
The Time.com website now features "Sphere It" buttons with articles, and visitors can click those buttons to see what bloggers are saying about those reports.
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Date: 2006-05-23
 
Microsoft Making A Virtual Purchase
The application virtualization and streaming technologies provide application compatibility and accelerate corporate desktop transitions to Windows Vista, Microsoft said of the technology available from its new acquisition, Softricity.
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Date: 2006-05-23
 
The Inventor Of The Web Weighs In
Tim Berners-Lee, seen as the inventor of the Web, is optimistic about its future. Although he sees several causes for concern, Berners-Lee believes that the Web is ready to make a big leap forward-a leap that might transform it into the environment for open collaboration that he first envisioned.
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Date: 2006-05-23
 
AJAX Enthusiasts Unite
Proponents of Asynchronous JavaScript and XML-style development have formed a group to advance their goals. The OpenAJAX Alliance attracted some influential individuals and corporations, including IBM and Zimbra.
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Date: 2006-05-23
 
Illinois General Assembly Chooses Google
Another branch of the U.S. government-more like a small twig, really-has chosen its side in the never-ending fight between Google and Microsoft. A Google search engine, in place of a Microsoft product, now backs the Illinois General Assembly Web site.
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Date: 2006-05-23
 
Genericide Watch: Is Google At Risk?
It's much too late, if those in charge of protecting Google's brand are honest, to extract "to google" from the English language (a googlectomy?). But perhaps Google has conquered the feared genericide of its trademark, emerging as the literary god-man hero among Kleenex boxes, Rollerblades and Xerox machines.
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Date: 2006-05-23
 
Topix.net Inks AP Deal
Topix sales and marketing VP Chris Tolles disclosed the agreement with the Associated Press to help connect users to topical stories.
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Date: 2006-05-23
 
Ad Sales Are Changing
The new media are having an effect on the advertising revenue of major networks, and it's not something the networks view as "good." The upfront market, in particular, faces decreased growth, and perhaps even outright decreased ad dollars, in comparison to past years.
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Date: 2006-05-23
 
Televangelism Ready For IPTV
Televangelism is soon to become IP-televangelism (webevangelism? Netevangelism? Evangelism 2.0?) as one of the largest networks in Christian programming, The Inspiration Networks, sets up a broadband video hub called Inspiration.net.
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Date: 2006-05-23
 
Google/MSN Eyeballing MySpace
The obligatory search share report (if you can't wait, Google increases its lead for the ninth straight time) came in with the usual top five. But sixth place is where it gets interesting. MySpace.com, according to comScore Networks' April report, brought in 0.6 percent.
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Date: 2006-05-23
 
You Can't Get Detention For Your Blog, Can You?
An Illinois school district unanimously voted Monday night to include the blogosphere within the parameters of its code of conduct. As such, students can be held responsible for blog postings and other activities on social networking sites like MySpace - even in summer.
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Date: 2006-05-23
 
Virtual Club Opens With Pussycat Dolls
For most of us (not me, though), virtual reality is the only way you'll find yourself alone in the VIP room with Pussycat Dolls (PCD) lead hottie Nicole Scherzinger. Interscope Records and Web startup Doppleganger have teamed up to make your teenage fantasies come true - and you don't even have to be yourself.
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Date: 2006-05-23
 
German Cops Bust 3,500 File Sharers
Providing song files to other music fans through the use of the eDonkey file sharing application turned into a pain in the ass when a widespread record industry sweep took place in Germany.
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Date: 2006-05-23
 
Eurekster Reels In Red Herring Award
Community search site Eurekster has been selected as one of the Red Herring 100 North America award winners; the awards recognize private technology firms that push and break the boundaries of the business of technology.
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Date: 2006-05-23
 
Plaxo Makes Deal, Gets Sued
The deal will pair Jajah's calling service with Plaxo's smart address book to add a convenient VoIP option called Plaxo Click to Call; Plaxo also found itself accused of patent infringement by another website.
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Date: 2006-05-23
 
Google Click Fraud Settlement Update
The $90 million agreement negotiated to end a lawsuit by Arkansas-based Lane's Gifts and Collectibles has progressed to court approval of the preliminary settlement.
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Date: 2006-05-22
 
Yahoo! TV Makes History With The 4400
The USA Network and Yahoo! have made cable history. A special episode of The 4400 premiered exclusively on Yahoo! TV. It will run there for one week before migrating to NBC Universal websites, and then to cable television.
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Date: 2006-05-22
 
Microsoft Introduces Prepaid Computing
After a year-long trial in Brazil, Microsoft officially unwrapped its FlexGo technology, which makes purchasing Windows-based PCs more affordable, if limited. Microsoft based the pay-as-you-go system on prepaid mobile phones, which are immensely popular in countries where income is sporadic and consumer credit is inaccessible.
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Date: 2006-05-22
 
Gates Hopes To Beat Google At Its Own Game
At a speech on the Microsoft campus, Bill Gates gave an outline of how the company hopes to compete with-and even outdo-the reigning search champ Google. These and other companies are vying for contracts to install search systems at businesses. A key component of Gates's plan to succeed is the omnipresent Windows software.
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Date: 2006-05-22
 
Skype Patches URL Handling Flaw
A vulnerability in Skype's VoIP software could have permitted file transfers from one Skype user to another without requiring consent from the recipient.
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Date: 2006-05-22
 
Nintendo & Microsoft Gang Up On Sony
There's a lot of grandstanding going on in the game console industry. Nintendo brags about its history of innovation; Microsoft is smug about its lead over the competition; and Sony says its rep alone will carry PS3. But Sony may be surprised to learn its chief rivals are holding hands and shouting things like "thief!" and "loser!"
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Date: 2006-05-22
 
YPN Adds Direct Deposit
Yahoo Publisher Network announced Saturday that publishers now have the option of direct deposit as a new method of receiving payment.
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Date: 2006-05-22
 
Technorati, Edelman In Global Deal
The blog search engine and the largest independent PR agency in the world will team up to offer blog tools in several languages.
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Date: 2006-05-22
 
Google News Punting Conservatives
The NewsBusters website has reported on another instance of a website being booted from the sources used by Google News.
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Date: 2006-05-22
 
BotNet Commits Pay-Per-Click Fraud
The Clickbot.A Trojan installed on 34,000 vulnerable PCs has been exploiting pay-per-click advertising programs, and the amount of money stolen this way could make the legendary robberies of the past pale in comparison.
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Date: 2006-05-21
 
Yahoo Tops Google In Mail, News, Finance
Google owns the search market, but for other content types the number two search engine company has first place in those categories.
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Date: 2006-05-20
 
Symantec Sues Microsoft Over Veritas
Once upon a time, Microsoft licensed a version of Veritas Volume Manager and used it in Windows 2000; Symantec now owns Veritas and wants Microsoft to pay for continuing to use that technology.
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Date: 2006-05-19
 
CEOs Face A Revolving Door
CEOs are getting the boot in ever-higher numbers. Data from 2005 shows that more chief executives left office in that year than ever before.
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Date: 2006-05-19
 
Digg Dudes To Expand Digg.com
Digg.com is soon to get an overhaul, according Diggers Kevin Rose and Alex Albrecht. Traditionally a tech site, visitors will soon be able to digg pretty much any darn thing they please.
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Date: 2006-05-19
 
Google May Go Mobile In China
Google is in early talks to make Internet search capabilities available to Chinese mobile phone users. There have been two meetings between the CEOs of China Mobile and Google to discuss the possibility, according to a China Mobile spokeswoman.
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Date: 2006-05-19
 
Googlers Rally Around Testosterone
Google's weekly look into the "moral and intellectual trends" of the searching populace, Google Zeitgeist, revealed that Google users have "an insatiable appetite for all things flashy and sordid."
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Date: 2006-05-19
 
Microsoft Has Its Towel Again
A perk that was cruelly ripped away from employees of Microsoft has been returned as the software giant revamps its compensation plans.
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Date: 2006-05-19
 
MSN Video Brags Too Much
MSN Video is apparently on the A-list this year at the Cannes Film Festival. They were quite quick to point out they were the "only media outlet allowed inside the 'Da Vinci Code' party," and that the losers at Yahoo!, E!, and anybody else with an annoying exclamation point in their name was not there.
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Date: 2006-05-19
 
Shop At Yard Sales In Australia--Just Not Yet
Through a mishmash of Internet news headlines, it's becoming obvious that the lines between local, national, and international are growing more blurred than ever.
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Date: 2006-05-19
 
Google Reader Is On The Phone
Catching up with RSS or Atom feeds can be as simple as flipping open the phone and launching one's Google Personalized Homepage.
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Date: 2006-05-19
 
CNN Shows The Linus Interview
The Linux operating system has reshaped the technology industry greatly over the past decade, but creator Linus Torvalds still comes across as just another techie who enjoys working on code.
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Date: 2006-05-19
 
Google Gets Porn Lecture From Korea
South Korean government officials are shaking their fingers at Google for not having an age verification system to prevent minors from accessing adult material By default, say officials, the search engine is leading them there.
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Date: 2006-05-19
 
Big Brother, Microsoft, Are Watching
Microsoft's got friends in high places. One friend, anyway-the U.S. Department of Defense. A branch of the DOD known as the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) will work with the software giant on Microsoft's Virtual Earth mapping project, which will be used for both military and non-military purposes.
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Date: 2006-05-19
 
Google Upgrades Blog Search Tool
If you've ever frequented Internet forums or blogs, you've probably seen it happen-a thread goes quiet, becomes dormant, and for all intents and purposes, dies. Then a year later some goober comes along and replies to it. A new tool from Google will help eliminate these occurrences.
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Date: 2006-05-19
 
Party Foul: Developer Called For Kitten Meanness
Valleywag says 37Signals.com co-founder and web developer, Jason Fried, is mean to kittens. Not to propagate a nasty rumor or anything, but the Save The Kitties campaign on Flickr isn't helping his case. Maybe he's allergic.
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Date: 2006-05-19
 
Dell/AMD Deal Lights Up Wall Street
Dell Computers put a little kibosh on Intel yesterday, announcing in its first quarter earnings release that it will introduce servers powered by Advanced Micro Devices. Reuters reports that in a dim market, Dell and AMD shares soared on the news, while Intel dropped.
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Date: 2006-05-19
 
Moby Joins Net Neutrality Fray
Net Neutrality is becoming an all-star event. Grammy-nominated musician Moby added his voice to Rep. Edward Markey's (D-Mass.), ranking Democrat on the House Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet, to demand that Congress reject upcoming legislation allowing telecommunications and cable giants to claim virtual ownership of the Internet.
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Date: 2006-05-19
 
Apple Offers Creative Countersuit
Facing litigation from Creative Technology over the iPod interface, Apple has hit back with a countersuit that alleges patent infringement by its tormentor.
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Date: 2006-05-19
 
Yahoo Analyzes Itself, And Applauds
During Yahoo's Analyst Day, company executives emphasized the unique qualities Yahoo possesses in combination that its competitors do not.
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Date: 2006-05-18
 
Apple vs. Apple Takes Weird BBC Bounce
On Monday, the BBC managed to interview the wrong person, live on air, over the settlement of the Apple Records vs. Apple Computer trademark suit.
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Date: 2006-05-18
 
AdWords For Google Base Listings
Google is encouraging users to promote products and services listed on Google Base through its AdWords program.
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Date: 2006-05-18
 
eBay Offers Eight Months of Free Skype Calls
eBay Tuesday announced that its VOIP client, Skype , will be offered free for all outgoing calls made within Canada and the United States until the end of December 2006.
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Date: 2006-05-18
 
Symantec And McAfee Hunt Software Pirates
Symantec Corp. and McAfee Inc., long-established rivals, have joined forces to crack down on illegal online software sales. Certain eBay sellers are the first pirates to have been targeted by the corporations. So far, five sellers have been named in three lawsuits.
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Date: 2006-05-18
 
Good Web Lessons From Bad Jocks
Bob Reno is a good example of how passion for a topic and a little sensationalistic human appeal can be a solid recipe for building a website. As the founder of Badjocks.com, Reno dedicated the site to misbehaving athletes who don't realize that posting raunchy party photos on the Internet isn't much different than displaying them in Times Square.
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Date: 2006-05-18
 
Big Brother Watches Microsoft
The U.S. government will continue to keep a watchful eye on Microsoft. A ruling by U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly extends federal oversight of some of Microsoft's business practices to November of 2009, with a possibility for it to be maintained well beyond.
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Date: 2006-05-18
 
Indie Film Taps Web 2.0 For Trailers
Creative talent has never had a stage like the one Web 2.0 has given it, and marketers have never had a mine so deep to tap. The trick, as Warner Independent Pictures (WIP) knows, is producing solid and measurable strategy from the nebulous world of social media, software as a service, and viral marketing while utilizing the talent available and begging to be found.
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Date: 2006-05-18
 
Publisher Site Launches On Windows Live
The formerly-named MSN Book Search appears to have a new name to go along with its online debut.
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Date: 2006-05-18
 
Gas Prices Spike Searches For Hybrids
Gas prices reaching $2.90-$3.00 per gallon appear are the boiling point that pushes consumers onto the Internet to research some peace of mind, according Hitwise. Searches for [gas prices] and [hybrid] soar at those prices, as does traffic to energy sites.
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Date: 2006-05-18
 
How The Internet Could Lower Energy Costs
A West Coast pilot program is giving brains to household appliances by enabling them to connect to the Internet and gather information about real time energy costs and make decisions about the best times to kick on or power down.
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Date: 2006-05-18
 
Google Video Breaks Up, Drinks Beer
In a flurry of cross promotional efforts flying past your head faster than your ex-girlfriend's spiked pump, Google has retooled Google Video to be more YouTube style, has solicited user breakup videos to honor "National Breakup Day" sponsored by Budweiser and is co-presented by Universal Picture's The Break-Up.
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Date: 2006-05-18
 
Gates To-Do List: Repaint Semel's Office
If Microsoft can fulfill the promise of Bill Gates' address to the CEO Summit in Redmond, Yahoo's CEO Terry Semel may be dining on a large slice of humble pie.
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Date: 2006-05-18
 
Attention Pays Off For Online Church
Speakers at the Syndicate Conference frequently lamented the "silo" model used by Google to keep content within its fiefdom, and pined for a more open pool of content; the answer to Silicon Valley's attention quest just may lead it to the Dust Bowl.
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Date: 2006-05-18
 
AIM Phoneline Has A Busy Signal
AOL's offering of a new VoIP option that provides a free phone number and incoming calls may have been just a little too good to be true.
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Date: 2006-05-17
 
DOJ Cold To Google's IE7 Complaint
The Department of Justice didn't buy Google's complaint that Microsoft's 7th version of Internet Explorer violated antitrust measures by setting MSN Search as the default search engine, bundled with next year's release of Windows Vista. Having worldwide dominance in search probably didn't help Google's case.
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Date: 2006-05-17
 
SAP, Microsoft Sing A Duet
SAP AG and Microsoft Corp. confirmed the June release of a product that will allow users to link SAP's business processes and data with Microsoft's Office desktop programs. This product, officially named "Duet," is the result of a twelve-month collaboration between the corporations.
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Date: 2006-05-17
 
Rubel Talks About Businesses And Blogs
Steve Rubel, senior vice president of Edelman PR, and a highly influential blogger in his own right, gave an in-depth talk at the Mesh Conference about the effect of blogging on corporate public relations.
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Date: 2006-05-17
 
Steve Gillmor Makes Gestures
The longtime ZDNet blogger will move his blog to a new domain, he said in his speech at the Syndicate Conference that included commentary on Google, syndication constraints, and the post search, post RSS, post attention world.
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Date: 2006-05-17
 
Microsoft Debuts MapCruncher
Microsoft has joined the map mashup game by releasing MapCruncher, a downloadable map-publishing tool billed as an API for the non-programming masses. The Microsoft Research team says MapCruncher will do for mashups what Word did for documents.
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Date: 2006-05-17
 
Sun CEO Promises To Make Java Open-Source
In a recent announcement, Sun Microsystems CEO Jonathan Schwartz has pledged to make Java open-source code.
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Date: 2006-05-17
 
Big Media Feels The Fear
Though its been suggested for some time, Reuters senior VP and GM Steven Schwartz confirmed to his audience at the Syndicate Conference that the competition for advertising dollars with the Internet has the traditional media powers very concerned.
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Date: 2006-05-17
 
MIT's Speech Recognition Baby
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) may be on the verge of a revolutionary development in speech and video algorithmic technology. Their test subject: a 9 month-old baby boy, who is the center of a project called "The Human Speechome Project."
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Date: 2006-05-17
 
Structured Blogging Returns
There are ways of making the randomness of blog entries less so, and a panel at the Syndicate Conference discussed the ways of making one's blog more accessible to readers.
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Date: 2006-05-17
 
Lawyers Meet Syndication
Issues of copyright, collaboration, and fair use have become more of a concern, and the lawyers at the Syndicate Conference panel, "The Legalities of Blogging," acknowledged they are the bad news on the flip side of syndication's good news.
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Date: 2006-05-17
 
Software Co. Suggests A Lawsuit To Google
Belgian software company ServersCheck is suing Google in a Belgian court claiming that Google's Suggest feature as utilized on the Google Toolbar in Internet Explorer and Firefox leads searchers to illegal or cracked versions of the company's software.
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Date: 2006-05-17
 
FeedBurner Blazes Trail For Web Ads
What would you think of ads that only appear when comments appear on a blog? How about contextual ads that change as the posts or pages change? FeedBurner said you can do that, as the company adds targeted Web marketing to its usual feed advertising.
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Date: 2006-05-17
 
Your Attention May Be For Sale
Attention may be just another metric that can be assessed as one of many factors in marketing, or the most valuable commodity a consumer owns; two notables discussed the topic at the Syndicate Conference in New York.
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Date: 2006-05-17
 
The Joys Of Syn...dication
The panel for the Syndicate Conference session, "Everything you always wanted to know about PR and Syndication but were afraid to ask," traded comments on the tools and techniques for making syndication work in the world of public relations.
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Date: 2006-05-17
 
A Case For Podcasting Now
Here's the choice: support a medium where a company could reach an audience where 100 percent of them have an interest in the company's products, or keep tossing money into mediums where 98 percent of the audience sees the message as an intrusion.
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Date: 2006-05-17
 
Yahoo Rolls Out New Look
Users of Internet Explorer 6 (but not 7) and Firefox 1.5 should now see the redesigned Yahoo homepage in those web browsers.
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Date: 2006-05-16
 
ICANN Approves .Tel Domain
ICANN (The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) unanimously approved the creation of the new .Tel Top Level Domain (TLD) for contact information directories, and awarded the contract to Telnic Limited.
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Date: 2006-05-16
 
Blogging And The Future Of News
The role of bloggers in the news and media was a big topic at the Future in Review Conference. In a panel on the issue, Dave Winer (considered the father of RSS and blogging) and author Dan Gillmor were among participants who shared their views.
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Date: 2006-05-16
 
Growing Up Wired; E-biz Looks Younger
It won't be long until the average Internet user isn't so average. As teenagers, a demographic that has little or no memory of life before the Web, grow into adults, the world of e-commerce will expand to levels heretofore unrealized (or dreamed).
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Date: 2006-05-16
 
Yahoo! Finance Flashes Badges for Blogs
A new beta product from Yahoo! Finance, just announced at the Syndicate Conference in New York, provides financial content to websites.
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Date: 2006-05-16
 
CollectiveX: MySpace For Professionals
A new social networking site is trying to draw in business professionals. In addition to more typical features, CollectiveX, launched on Monday, will offer password-protected networks aimed at specific clubs, groups, and associations.
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Date: 2006-05-16
 
Jeff Jarvis Lights Up Syndicate
The Syndicate Conference opened in New York, and Buzzmachine's Jeff Jarvis provided the opening keynote address with his talk on advertising, syndication, and the challenges of the blogging medium today.
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Date: 2006-05-16
 
Technorati In Paramount Pictures Deal
Founder David Sifry moved from helping a user with using Technorati to making an announcement at the Syndicate Conference.
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Date: 2006-05-16
 
Bono Endorses Phone, Tries To Cure AIDS
U2 singer Bono is doing his part in the fight against AIDS: he's endorsing a red phone. Some of the proceeds from this red version of Motorola's Slimline SLVR model will go to a global fund to fight AIDS and other diseases.
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Date: 2006-05-16
 
Richard Edelman - PR in 5 Years
Richard Edelman in his Q&A sit down today at Syndicate was asked, among other things, what the PR industry might look like 5 years from now.
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Date: 2006-05-16
 
Google Trendspotting: The World Is Funny
In recent news, the Emerald Isle has led the world in searches for [lonely], according to Google Trends. Before you start sniffling, you should know Dubliners are far from alone. They are joined from the Far East and America, depending on which form of the word you use.
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Date: 2006-05-16
 
Richard Edelman Speaks At Syndicate
Though bloggers may know him best as "Steve Rubel's boss," the president and CEO of the world's largest independent PR firm carries an impressive reputation, which was in full force during his remarks at the Syndicate Conference.
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Date: 2006-05-16
 
Microsoft To Improve SaaS For Hosters
In recent years, Apache Web server plus Linux equaled another Internet space Microsoft couldn't really wedge itself into. The success of the software as a service meme has driven the software giant to beef up its Longhorn Server's ability to handle hosted applications.
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Date: 2006-05-16
 
Building A Brand With Podcasts
Speakers at a morning session at the Syndicate Conference discussed ways to use one form of syndication, the podcast, to build and enhance a brand name.
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Date: 2006-05-16
 
Sony Belittles The PC
Sony has introduced the world to its VAIO UX Micro PC, originally designed for lamp genies and harnessing nearly the same attributes: phenomenal cosmic powers, itty bitty living space. The fully functioning pocket-sized PC runs at the full-sized price of $1,800.
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Date: 2006-05-16
 
Seeing Syndication's Big Picture
The mainstreaming of syndicated content online continues to move slowly onward, but it should pick up the pace and impact other media outlets.
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Date: 2006-05-16
 
Weinberger Philosophizes On Tagging
His book on tagging, "Everything Is Miscellaneous," won't be available until next year, but David Weinberger's thoughts on tags, those little scraps of metadata, were heard at a session of today's Syndicate Conference.
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Date: 2006-05-16
 
Ads, Syndication, And Multimedia
Video publishing represents the intersection of conventional content distribution and modern content syndication; monetizing it requires some different steps.
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Date: 2006-05-16
 
Yahoo Gets 10 Million Answers
Nearly five months after its debut, the Yahoo Answers service picked up its 10 millionth answer posted to the service.
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Date: 2006-05-15
 
MySpace To Sell "24"
MySpace is diversifying yet again. The Internet social network has announced plans to begin selling episodes of the hit Fox show "24." This move comes as part of an effort to grow the company into a business entity comparable to Yahoo or iTunes.
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Date: 2006-05-15
 
MTV Has "URGE" To Focus On Music
Many people have bemoaned the evolution of MTV, a shift that has taken it away from featuring music videos.
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Date: 2006-05-15
 
Bill Gross Returns In A Snap
The man who is probably most responsible for Yahoo's and Google's advertising success has revamped his search site to mingle sponsored and organic results together.
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Date: 2006-05-15
 
Seeds Of An Associated Blogosphere
A WiFi-connected "blogger bus" was parked outside E3, the Mecca of gaming in L.A., readied with plasma TVs and leather couches, so the Xbox faithful could hammer out the news and views to make up the canonical texts of the gaming "way of life."
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Date: 2006-05-15
 
Qwest Told NSA To Bug Off
Requests for access to customer calls received the brushoff from Qwest's former CEO, and the blogosphere has turned the beleaguered telecom into something of a hero.
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Date: 2006-05-15
 
Another Ask.com Exec Asks Out
Tuoc Luong, executive VP and Chief Technology Officer at IAC Search and Media, has followed former CEO Steve Berkowitz out of the company in favor of a new employer.
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Date: 2006-05-15
 
Interview w/ Daron Babin of WebmasterRadio.FM
There are many success stories on the web and one of the most interesting is WebmasterRadio.FM.
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Date: 2006-05-15
 
Telco Rollover Wins Verizon $50 Billion Lawsuit
Is this what they meant by "rollover minutes?" Verizon was slapped with a lawsuit for up to $50 billion last week over its involvement in supplying the National Security Agency (NSA) with customer phone records.
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Date: 2006-05-15
 
Website Offers Moola For Gamers
Let me get this straight, I asked an imaginary spokesperson, you give me a penny to start, I play your game, and if I win it's doubled. If I win 30 times straight, you give me over $10 million. Yes, said iSpokesperson, but if you lose along the way, you lose everything.
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Date: 2006-05-15
 
Skype Drops The Bomb On VoIP Market
For the remainder of 2006, calls made from SkypeOut within the US and Canada to any landline or mobile phone will be free.
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Date: 2006-05-15
 
IBM Unstructures Biz Intelligence
On Wednesday, IBM plans to unveil its WebSphere Content Discovery for Business Intelligence solution, an enterprise search and unstructured information discovery software. IBM calls it an "industry first" for its ability to gather and understand unstructured information from audio, video, comments, and others.
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Date: 2006-05-15
 
Microsoft Finds A Data Mining Gem
IBM's Rakesh Agrawal has departed the Almaden Institute in favor of the cozy confines of the Microsoft Search Labs.
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Date: 2006-05-15
 
Microsoft, Feds Extend Antitrust Oversight
The technology company agreed to extend its licensing and documentation of desktop communications protocols by two years, stemming from the antitrust settlement agreement Microsoft and Justice have in place.
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Date: 2006-05-13
 
MySpace Joins IM Fray
MySpace has stuck its finger in another pie with the launch of its own instant messaging network. Called MySpace IM, the company released a beta version on Tuesday that is closed to other IM networks, and that requires the operating system Windows 98 or newer. The tag line: "IM for Friends."
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Date: 2006-05-12
 
No You Can't Sell NZ On eBay
There are a number of things one can't sell on eBay, like an immortal soul or a baby; as it turns out, one can't sell New Zealand on eBay either. Not even if the seller takes PayPal.
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Date: 2006-05-12
 
Online Purchasing Simplified By Swaptree
A new online bartering service is hoping to simplify the way people get (and get rid of) used goods. Swaptree intends to let consumers directly trade books, CDs, DVDs, and videogames, with up to four users able to participate in a single transaction.
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Date: 2006-05-12
 
"Wii" May Be A Great Console, And A Nuisance
"Wheeee! I got a Wii!" Within the next six months or so, small children throughout America will be rejoicing in this fashion. And with endless snickering and repetition, at that. The Wii is Nintendo's next-generation gaming console, and up until the E3 expo, details about it were few and far between.
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Date: 2006-05-12
 
Telcos Lay $200 Billion Goose Egg
The U.S. is ranked 12th in broadband penetration, says AT&T CEO Ed Whiteacre, and in order to bring America up to speed through fiber-to-the-premises (fttp) wiring, content providers are going to have to pony up to use his "pipes." He doesn't mention that the new pipes to be built have already been paid for, and they're very late in coming.
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Date: 2006-05-12
 
Game Boy Could Cease To Be
The world's longest-running game system may face a slow, quiet death. According to the president of Nintendo, the Game Boy line is not likely to be continued in the future.
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Date: 2006-05-12
 
AOL To Release New Music Service
AOL is taking a big step in the march to allow users to personalize their online experience. With a new open API release, individuals can add content from AOL Music Now to their personal web site or blog, or to their MySpace-style AIM Page.
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Date: 2006-05-12
 
Naming Your Net Neurosis
It's official; we're all freaks. If Pavlov were alive today, he'd hang the bell elsewhere to see if it would ring by the sound of a mouse click. Between 5 or 10 percent of Internet users, a recent study says, suffer from a form of Internet addiction.
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Date: 2006-05-12
 
Web Social Networks' Popularity Still Rising
Social networking sites are bigger than ever, according to new data from Nielsen//NetRatings. The ten largest sites, taken together, grew 47 percent in the past year, and they now reach 45 percent of active Internet users.
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Date: 2006-05-12
 
Wal-Mart Tries To Patent The Smiley
Many prognosticators have foreseen a great war--a battle for world domination. These soothsayers have named Wal-Mart, Google, and Starbucks as the most powerful of the behemoths that will be involved. And in a move that is not likely to ensure victory, or even confer an advantage, Wal-Mart is staking out a powerful claim by attempting to patent the humble smiley.
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Date: 2006-05-12
 
eBible Brings You Jesus 2.0
The second coming? No, silly, Bible-centered social media. Having trouble finding that particularly obscure Bible verse? Lose your Strong's Concordance? eBible.com, still in private beta (shouldn't that be alpha/omega?), promises a Web 2.0 soul searching experience.
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Date: 2006-05-12
 
Search Engines Could Deliver Risky Sites
Querying for risky keywords puts the searcher at risk of being sent to a site that could prove malicious, but even queries for popular keywords poses some risk too.
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Date: 2006-05-12
 
Google Link Boosts Sony Visits
Sony Pictures enjoyed serious link love when Google UK dropped a link to them at the bottom of its search result pages.
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Date: 2006-05-12
 
AlltheWeb is Back - Yahoo Introduces LiveSearch
AlltheWeb almost became one of the world's most popular search engines a few years ago but was quickly forgotten during Google's meteoric rise.
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Date: 2006-05-11
 
Apple Computers Take a Bite Out of ApplePie
What's in a name? Lee Roberts makes a shopping cart, content management solution known as ApplePieCart, or more appropriately, he used to.
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Date: 2006-05-11
 
UFO-Hunting Hacker To Be Extradited
A British hacker who broke into U.S. military systems (including those of the Pentagon, Army, Navy, and Air Force, among others) may be extradited to the United States. Gary McKinnon would be "charged with the biggest military computer hack of all time," according to U.S. Attorney Paul McNulty.
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Date: 2006-05-11
 
Microsoft's Patch For Flash Player Flops
Microsoft made a step this week towards working cooperatively with other applications, but it resulted in a decidedly less than a positive outcome. A patch for the Adobe Flash Player, offered through the Windows Update service, seems to create more problems than it resolves.
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Date: 2006-05-11
 
Local Search Hosts The Ad Battleground
The major online players, Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft, all have advanced their efforts at serving local markets with improved mapping products, high-quality imagery, and advertising tools aimed at bringing the offline small business into the online world.
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Date: 2006-05-11
 
New Features in KeywordDiscovery
Customers of Trellian's KeywordDiscovery service received an announcement today:
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Date: 2006-05-11
 
Apple's 2006 Developer Conference
Excitement is building for Apple Computer's Worldwide Developer Conference, at which its new operating system, Mac OS X Leopard, is to be shown for the first time. The company says that innovative ideas will abound at the event, with the number of sessions expected to reach 130.
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Date: 2006-05-11
 
France Could Legalize Piracy Software
Not to the get into the intricacies of French lawmaking, I'll defer to a source nearer to it (thanks ZDNet). French lawmakers have modified proposed legislation on digital rights management (DRM) that will make it legal for hackers to crack copyright protection and distribute the software at will.
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Date: 2006-05-11
 
Lawsuit Against Maine Blogger Dropped
Blogger Lance Dutson earned a victory against Warren Kremer Paino Advertising as the ad agency dropped its lawsuit against the web developer who criticized their business with the state of Maine.
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Date: 2006-05-11
 
Advertiser Sues To Block Google Settlement
One can imagine Joseph Kinney's thoughts, when he learned that the only cash handed out from Google's click fraud settlement was going to attorneys, and that in order to claim his compensation (paid in advertising credit), he would have to re-launch the Google ad campaign he had already abandoned.
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Date: 2006-05-11
 
Live from the GooglePlex: Sullivan and Cutts
Next week there will be a "must listen" SEO Rockstars and Daily SearchCast show on WebmasterRadio.fm.
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Date: 2006-05-11
 
MIMA Web Analytics Seminar
Members of the Minnesota Interactive Marketing Association and the local interactive community in the Twin Cities will be getting the lowdown on web analytics next week.
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Date: 2006-05-11
 
Congress On DOPA Over MySpace
China's standard practice of blocking access to certain websites appears to have inspired some members of the US Congress. Social networking sites like MySpace.com are the target of proposed legislation that would block access to them in schools and libraries.
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Date: 2006-05-11
 
ICANN Votes Down XXX Domain
The .XXX Sponsored Top Level Domain (sTLD), the so-called "virtual red light district" proposed by the ICM Registry, was voted down by the International Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) yesterday by a vote of 9 to 5.
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Date: 2006-05-11
 
AIM Pages Users For Social Network
AOL is going up against MySpace and other sites as it attempts to draw some of the younger online crowd to base their profiles where they do their instant messaging.
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Date: 2006-05-11
 
Gmail To Take Your Picture
A forthcoming feature in Google's Gmail service will let its users associate a photo with a name in the Gmail inbox.
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Date: 2006-05-11
 
No Yahoo Stake For Microsoft
Microsoft did offer Yahoo CEO Terry Semel a deal where Microsoft would get a stake in Yahoo's search business, but suggestions that Bill Gates was ready to buy Yahoo simply didn't happen.
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Date: 2006-05-11
 
The (Legal) Guide to Podcasting
New guidelines have become available for podcasters with the intent of helping them avoid legal woes. The Podcasting Legal Guide specifically addresses issues related to remixing audio clips that may or may not be the legal property of the podcaster.
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Date: 2006-05-10
 
Google's Good For Your Health
The long awaited Google Health search vertical is expected to launch some time today, giving users looking for medical information more targeted results. This is just one of the announcements expected at Google Day in Mountain View. iEntry's Mike McDonald has infiltrated the Googleplex and will be filling us in once PST catches up.
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Date: 2006-05-10
 
Yahoo, Telemundo Ready Hispanic Portal
A partnership between the Spanish-language TV network Telemundo and Yahoo has delivered a new site that blends their content in a new presence online.
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Date: 2006-05-10
 
Crank Calls Support Computer Lab
Comedian Lee Roy Mercer's NASCALLS CD sales will benefit Jayski's Computer Lab at the Victory Junction Gang Camp for children with health problems.
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Date: 2006-05-10
 
Study: Female Chatters At Greater Risk
Fathers, print out this study and keep it to prove to your daughters that boys are evil and that a convent may be they're only hope. According to a University of Maryland study, chat room members with female user names receive 25 times more threatening or explicit private messages.
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Date: 2006-05-10
 
Taobao.com Aims For B2C Sales In China
The online consumer marketplace company belonging to Alibaba.com launched business-to-consumer sales and has deals in place with several major international brands.
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Date: 2006-05-10
 
Waterstone's Ditches Amazon
British book chain Waterstone's has discovered this Internet thing may catch on. That discovery seems to come as parent HMV noticed Amazon poaching their profits by managing the store's online presence. Five years of lost commission later, Waterstone's will be launching its own website this fall.
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Date: 2006-05-10
 
Verizon's Chicken Little Lays An Egg
Verizon says not to worry, they've got Net Neutrality covered. They're quite appalled, too, at the "cock-and-bull" and "Chicken Little stories" making the rounds in Congress and the press, which is why they've launched an aggressive PR campaign aimed at transcending the "rhetorical excesses" of their opponents.
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Date: 2006-05-10
 
Former Intermix CEO Buys Domain Parker
Shh! Whatever you do, don't say Intermix. Say "Richard Rosenblatt, former chairman and CEO of the company behind MySpace." They might remember. Even better, call him the MySpace "founder," DeWolfe and Anderson won't care - everybody knows press releases are full of it.
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Date: 2006-05-10
 
Google Breaks Out On Press Day
Four products took center stage during Google's annual media event, as the company reiterated just what their focus is for the business.
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Date: 2006-05-10
 
BitTorrent, Warner Bros In Summer Of Love
The file sharing BitTorrent system landed its first major Hollywood studio customer, as Warner Bros agreed to distribute movies and TV programs using BitTorrent's technology.
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Date: 2006-05-09
 
Newspaper Sales Fall, Web Traffic Increases
Newspapers' websites are receiving more hits than ever, but paper subscriptions are falling throughout the industry. Nielson and NetRatings report that traffic to newspaper sites increased roughly 8% from 2005 to 2006, with 56 million Internet users dropping by.
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Date: 2006-05-09
 
Social Media Burying Marketers
Now that Chevy has demonstrated how an advertising campaign can work with some online tools and lots of user participation, the era of the high-priced ad agency account could be viewing a blood-red sunset.
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Date: 2006-05-09
 
VoIP Choices Ringing Off The Hook
Skype, Microsoft, AIM, Yahoo, Lycos, all of those companies have or will have options for doing phone calls from the computer; at stake is the biggest prize of all - keeping a person using a given provider's other services.
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Date: 2006-05-09
 
AT&T Enters Satellite Broadband Ring
A large percentage of the U.S. is still dialing up Internet service, especially in rural areas where broadband is unavailable due to lack of infrastructure. The expense of laying that infrastructure has Internet providers looking to satellite-based services as a work-around.
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Date: 2006-05-09
 
Habeas Creates Sender Reputation Lists
Habeas Inc. announced the creation of SenderIndex, an email reputation database of over 60 million IP addresses and domains, designed to help authenticate email senders. And it's free, too.
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Date: 2006-05-09
 
Massachusetts, Microsoft Could Fight Again
The Massachusetts Information Technology Division has issued a request for information for an "OpenDocument Format Plug-in for Microsoft Office Suite," a move likely to infuriate Microsoft.
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Date: 2006-05-09
 
Webby Awards Winners Announced
The real ceremony takes place June 12th in New York, where someone will have to try and beat Al Gore's five-word acceptance speech - "Please don't recount this vote."
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Date: 2006-05-09
 
Yahoo Web Ad Buzz Stimulates The Net
Yahoo has been slowly building up its next-generation paid search platform, and those who have tried it out have been ecstatic over the service.
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Date: 2006-05-08
 
Apple Beats The Beatles Over Trademark
The third time in court was not the charm for record label Apple Corps, which had sought damages from Apple Computer over the use of the Apple logo in association with iTunes.
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Date: 2006-05-08
 
Interview with CEO of PRWeb David McInnis
Undoubtedly one of the companies that has had a major impact on the convergence of public relations and search engine optimization is PRWeb.
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Date: 2006-05-08
 
China to Become Home to 60 Million Bloggers
By the end of the year, the world's most populous nation is expected to become home to over 60 million bloggers, or writers of Web logs.
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Date: 2006-05-08
 
Feds Infighting Over College Wiretapping
US Senator Lamar Alexander and his ex-staffer Deborah Taylor Tate now occupy opposing positions on the issue of colleges funding network upgrades that will make them compliant with federal wiretapping needs.
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Date: 2006-05-08
 
Walking Around Web 2.0 With Itzle
An interesting take on Web 2.0, Itzle is weird, but creative. What's an itzle? It's a bookmarklet that puts users physically inside websites and allows them to chat with others itzling the same page.
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Date: 2006-05-08
 
Yahoo Sued for Alleged Spyware Ties
If you think spyware advertising is brought to you by the fly-by-night universities and homeless real estate agencies that are featured in such programs, a class-action lawsuit before the U.S. District Court of New Jersey may change your mind.
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Date: 2006-05-08
 
Microsoft Trying To Tame Wild Thing
Microsoft is working on a prototype program that allows searchers to use abbreviated spellings as search queries on mobile phones.
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Date: 2006-05-08
 
Patent Office Preps Peer Review
Critics of the US Patent Office get their chance to put their expertise where their blogs are and participate in a new peer review initiative aimed at finding patents that are obvious creations and thus not qualified for a patent.
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Date: 2006-05-08
 
AdCenter Not Ready For Firefox
While Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer touted the US arrival of his company's Google AdWords killer, potential customers who use the Firefox browser found their attempts to join AdCenter were being killed by a lack of cross-browser compatibility.
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Date: 2006-05-06
 
Google Does Health Info, Chance To Switch
A peek at one of Google's datacenters reveals a look at Google Health, and if you try it with Internet Explorer 7 beta 2, Google suggests changing your search engine choice too.
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Date: 2006-05-06
 
I Saw Your Mom Having Text
Text messaging isn't just for hip teens or gadget-obsessed Japanese mobile phone users; mothers have been using it in greater numbers to keep in touch with Dad and the kids.
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Date: 2006-05-05
 
Google Reader Lands On Your Homepage
Users of Google's Personalized Homepage can add their reading lists from Google Reader as a module and view their feeds from the Homepage instead.
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Date: 2006-05-05
 
RIAA: Goodbye BearShare, Hello $30M
Online file-sharing service BearShare, along with operators Free Peers Inc., is packing it up due to a $30 million settlement with the recording industry. The conditions of the settlement were agreed to by the P2P company to avoid further copyright infringement litigation.
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Date: 2006-05-05
 
Local Search Still In Its Infancy
There's still plenty of room to grow for local search marketers, according to panelists at the Yellow Pages Association (YPA) Annual Conferences. Though small businesses that have invested in local search advertising report good results overall, many of them still aren't exploring the medium.
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Date: 2006-05-05
 
Dogs, Cats, And Net Neutrality
Net Neutrality was interesting enough because of the opposing punditries that kissed and made up (for this battle anyway), but the Parents Television Council (PTC) soldiering alongside Democrats? Verizon sponsoring sessions at the Small Business Summit?
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Date: 2006-05-05
 
AOL AIMs For VoIP Market
As AOL loses subscribers by the boatload, the company says it's on "offense" as it plans to launch a VoIP feature for it's 41 million member strong AIM instant messaging service.
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Date: 2006-05-05
 
CALEA Argument Scoffed At By Judge
A lawyer for the FCC found a Washington DC appellate panel skeptical of requests from the Bush Administration for easier wiretapping of online telephone calls.
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Date: 2006-05-05
 
Too Much iPodding Could Get You Sued
A worker in Delaware not only lost his high-paying job with a credit card marketing company over his iPod and telephone usage, but his employer wants to take $300,000 out of his hide.
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Date: 2006-05-05
 
Federated Media Unveils Ad Planning Tool
Author John Battelle announced the beta version of Federated Media's advertising platform to enable ad clients to create their campaigns for FM's network of high-quality blogs.
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Date: 2006-05-04
 
Kentucky Derby Guide For Bloggers
The scribes at MoreThanDerby.com want bloggers to understand the salient differences between blogging and the greatest horse race in the world.
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Date: 2006-05-04
 
Body Snatchers Invade AOL
AOL subscribers continue to jump ship like seaborne lemmings as Time Warner reports the ISP lost over 3 million customers last year. A string of disappointing years totals to 8.1 million lost subscribers since 2002.
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Date: 2006-05-04
 
RSS Marketing Survey
If you are interested in RSS industry benchmark metrics, RSS marketing best practices and want to compare your RSS marketing results with those of your peers, then you will be interested in the 2006 RSS Marketing Survey being conducted by MarketingStudies.net.
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Date: 2006-05-04
 
Yahoo! Sued Over PPC Ad Placement
Yahoo!'s got some splainin' to do after a lawsuit filed in New Jersey alleging that the search marketing company not only charged premium PPC rates for ads appearing on spyware, typosquatter, and parked domain sites, but also pumped up the volume of ads served to boost financial reports.
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Date: 2006-05-04
 
CBS Floats Innertube Broadband Channel
CBS joins ABC and AOL in placing content online in a freely available way; their effort, called Innertube, will be an entire broadband entertainment channel.
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Date: 2006-05-04
 
Man Says Dell Charges To Remove Own Spyware
You may have heard of the Dell Computers spyware allegations involving My Way Search Assistant. But a story is making the rounds (posted on a blog from last July) that Dell charged a customer $49 to remove the unwanted program from his computer.
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Date: 2006-05-04
 
New Firefox Busts Out Of The Den
Version 1.5.0.3 represents an update to the Firefox web browser that patches a denial of service vulnerability eight days after it was reported.
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Date: 2006-05-03
 
Xbox 360 On a Crash Course With Gamers
It's been five months since the Xbox 360 landed in short supply just in time Christmas. Many of those who scrambled to get their hands on one, paying thousands on eBay to ensure a Yuletide joy-in-the-box, probably never dreamed they'd be on their fourth console by May.
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Date: 2006-05-03
 
MySpace Threat Empties LA School
Every Spring, towards the end of the school year, somebody would invariably call in a bomb threat. We were all pretty sure it was a hoax to get us out of school half a day early, but we were always dutifully shuffled out. But, who needs phones these days when you have MySpace?
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Date: 2006-05-03
 
HINCity Revs Up Social Networking
It's MySpace for cars and hotties. Wait, what did they say it was? Oh, "a new media channel and social-networking community geared toward the fast growing automotive scene while incorporating other youth lifestyle elements like music and fasion." Right, MySpace for cars and hotties.
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Date: 2006-05-03
 
Net Neutrality Gets Bridge To Nowhere
Ready. Set. Flinch. The same senator who fought for the $223 million bridge to Nowhere, Alaska is in charge of rewriting United States telecommunications laws in the Senate. In a working draft of an amendment to the Communications Act of 1934, Alaska Senator Ted Stevens has confused just about everybody.
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Date: 2006-05-03
 
Skype Releases New Beta And Skypecasts
Version 2.5 Beta of the Skype VoIP software arrived with new features, and Skype also launched a preview version of Skypecasts that allows up to 100 people to connect in a voice chat.
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Date: 2006-05-03
 
Microsoft Leaks Memo, Plots With Yahoo
Shadowy skullduggery, twilight tete-a-tetes, and disseminated disinformation may have all been part of rumored talks between Yahoo and Microsoft about their online rival, Google.
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Date: 2006-05-03
 
Lauren's Right Knee And XML
Tim Bray co-edited the XML specification, and also crafted one piece of software called Lark, which was the first XML processor; until recently Bray had kept Lark under wraps.
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Date: 2006-05-02
 
Google Contest May Jam Up Coders
Google's Code Jam Europe wants to find the best and brightest among European Java and C programmers, but its scheduling leaves something to be desired.
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Date: 2006-05-02
 
Spam King Un-arrested
The surest way to catch the big fish is to understand that he's a myth. Valleywag.com reported last Friday that Spam King Alan Ralsky was nabbed by the feds and was singing like a loose fan belt.
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Date: 2006-05-02
 
Napster Let Loose
Napster is free again, for five songs only. Actually, it's 2 million songs, five times each. That's 10 million songs right? No, it's not. And it's only kind of free. Confused yet?
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Date: 2006-05-02
 
Rocketboom Finds PodZinger For Search
The popular Rocketboom video blog reached a point where it needed a more robust search feature, and partnered with PodZinger to fulfill that function.
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Date: 2006-05-02
 
BlogBurst Puts Blogs In The News
Prominent online newspaper sites like SFGate.com from the San Francisco Chronicle and other began displaying blog content provided by Pluck's BlogBurst syndication service.
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Date: 2006-05-02
 
Yahoo Takes On CNet With Gadgets
Yahoo's latest website, Yahoo! Tech, debuted with a heavy focus on consumer electronics and a dominant advertising display on the front page.
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Date: 2006-05-01
 
Sifry Speaks On Languages And Tagging
In part two of Technorati founder David Sifry's State of the Blogosphere notes, we find the blog search engine tracks a couple million more blogs than it did two weeks ago.
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Date: 2006-05-01
 
Spam King Pinched; Out-Narc'ed By Hackers
UPDATE; Our source, Valleywag, has retracted the rumor about the Spam King's arrest: "Several reporters and spam fighters have checked on the Alan Ralsky story and told me it's false. The FBI's Detroit field office told one journalist that the Spam King was not arrested or held, is not in custody, and has not been indicted."
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Date: 2006-05-01
 
Typos Spell Google Cash, eBay Discounts
Depending on one's usage, misspelling a term on the Internet can land a surfer in a nest of advertising pages or a sweet price on an eBay auction.
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Date: 2006-05-01
 
Google Suggest Has News For You
In the spirit of the one-touch automatic car window, Google software engineer Jon McAlister has brought the Google Suggest function to Google News so news seekers can save the carpel tunnel and put their impatience to better practice.
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Date: 2006-05-01
 
FIM Picks Up A Two-For-One
The latest trophies from Fox Interactive Media's (FIM) shopping spree are online karaoke joint kSolo.com and social media/topical news/ content aggregator thingie Newroo Inc. Yes, I used the word "thingie." It's Monday.
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Date: 2006-05-01
 
Today Talking Xbox, Tomorrow Terminator
So uh, it looks like somebody has found a way to let your Xbox 360 blog about you. The…machine…will blog…about you. I'm gonna need a rope, a chair, and somebody to blog my last words; it's time to go.
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Date: 2006-05-01
 
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