Tuesday, September 21, 2010

News & Links List

"So A Blogger Walks Into A Bar…" TechCrunch, Michael Arrington
The AngelGate bombshell and conspiracy theory.

"'Mouse over' security flaw causes Twitter trouble" CNNTech

"VideoEgg, Six Apart form online advertising play Say Media" VentureBeat

"The truth about iPad: It's only good for two things" TechRepublic

"Facebook Is Secretly Building A Phone" TechCrunch

"Is Google a Monopolist? A Debate
Amit Singhal of Google argues the competition is one click away. Charles Rule, an attorney whose firm represents corporations suing Google, counters that the company commands a share of search advertising in excess of 70%—the threshold for monopoly under the Sherman Act."

"Tumblr Leaves Posterous in the Dust" ReadWriteWeb

"The slow death of Dopplr
Once the darlings of the UK startup scene, Dopplr has dwindled inexorably ever since it was bought by Nokia a year ago"
Guardian's PDA

"Super Angel/VC Smackdown: Why the Hate? (TCTV)" TechCrunch

"Selling becomes sociable
E-commerce is becoming more social and more connected to the offline world"
The Economist

"Exclusive: Sources Detail Google's Proposal For A Music Service" Billboard

"Twitter by the Numbers" mehack

"10 Ways to Start a Fund for Social Good Online" Mashable

"Obama Added More to National Debt in First 19 Months Than All Presidents from Washington Through Reagan Combined, Says Gov’t Data" CNSNews

"Michael Joseph Gross Responds to Criticism of His Article on Sarah Palin" Vanity Fair

"Korea's kids just like ours, 100 years ago" Mitch Albom

"Greatest Hits of TED Videos" Fast Company

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