Monday, August 9, 2010

News & Links List

"Slide, Vic Gundotra & The Un-Social Reality of Google" GigaOm

"HP CEO Mark Hurd Resigns, This Looks Messy" TechCrunch

"The resignation of HP CEO Mark Hurd (roundup)" CNET

"Oracle Chief Faults H.P. Board for Forcing Hurd Out" NYTimes

"Google-Verizon plan: Why you should worry" Salon, Dan Gillmor

"HP Names the Most Influential Twitter Users (Sorry, Martha)" Fast Company

"Zulily Raises $6 Million" peHUB

"Facebook and Twitter’s future in Korea" Korea Insight

"Disney Buys Playdom for $563 Million" Industry Gamers

"Facebook Q&A Service ‘Questions’ Begins Rolling Out, Could Be Massive" TechCrunch

"Google: The search party is over" Fortune

"Google’s Mobile Search Market Share: An Estimated, Whopping 98.29%" TechCrunch

"Android Sales Overtake iPhone in the U.S." GigaOm

"Starcraft II Sells 1.5 Million Copies in 48 Hours" Industry Gamers

"Dave McClure Files For $30 Million Venture Fund: 500 Startups" TechCrunch

"Dave McClure's Investment Thesis" A VC

"Micro VCs Are all BFFs... Forever?" Genuine VC

"Fareed Zakaria's Letter to the ADL" Newsweek

"Michael Bloomberg delivers stirring defense of mosque" Salon

"WTC Mosque, Meet the Auschwitz Nuns
Pope John Paul offers a model of tolerance for a heated controversy."

"Our Divisive President
Barack Obama promised a new era of post-partisanship. In office, he's played racial politics and further split the country along class and party lines."
WSJ, Patrick Caddell & Douglas Schoen

"What Does Julian Assange Want?" The Daily Beast

"Hey Old Spice haters, sales are up 107%" AdFreak

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