Monday, April 13, 2009

News & Links List

"DiggBar is a Howl of Desperation" by Ted Dziuba

"Twitter Traffic Explodes...And Not Being Driven by the Usual Suspects!" comScore blog

"Moldova: Romania to blame for Twitter riots" CNN

"Elevator Pitch Friday: Smallaa Lets You Sort Your Activity Stream By Topic (Invites)" TechCrunch

"Entrepreneurial Communities" by Brad Feld

"Spam overwhelms e-mail messages" BBC

"Do Study Sites Make the Grade?" WSJ

"Empire State Building's $20 Million Green Makeover" Fast Company

"Oil co. Terralliance runs out of cash — should have reconsidered the Russian jets" VentureBeat

"Destroy the Internet with a hacksaw?" BitGravity Blog

"Pete Waterman: 'I was exploited by Google'" Telegraph

"Union Position Undermines Detroit" Forbes

"For Obama, politics may be hard to avoid in auto bailout" LATimes
Nah, really?

"Israel Cries Wolf" NYTimes
Please remember there really was a wolf.

"Government opts for secrecy in wiretap suit" SF Chronicle
Ah, when you're behind the veil with full information, the world looks different.

"Keith Olbermann's scathing criticism of Obama's secrecy/immunity claims" Salon

"Rove Calls Biden 'Liar' After VP Boasts of Scolding Bush" Fox News

"Lessons From the Recovery of 2001" by Peggy Noonan

"Obama's Recovery Is Not Your Recovery" by Rich Karlgaard

"Nice-guy image buys Obama only so much goodwill" Financial Times

"Tony Blair tells the Pope: you're wrong on homosexuality"

"When A Woman's Right To Choose Results In Fewer Women" Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion

"Building a Reputation" by Andrea Emerson@InsideWork

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