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The Way We Read Now – NYTimes.com

Apple and the Daisey affair – Fortune Tech – Apple could have done so much more to get ahead of this. It is as much Apple’s PR team’s fault as it was Daisey

Defining Property – Paul Graham on the content industries

I, Cringely » Lessons from Redmond – Amazon going ‘Microsoft’ on businesses built using AWS

An E-Book Guide To Facebook’s Timeline For Pages

Mobile phone makers, carriers fined for price rigging – Korea Times – not terribly surprised

Exclusive: Kevin Rose Will Join Google – AllThingsD – interesting move to stock up on social talent and geek kudos by Google

Ireland hits record trade surplus | Irish Examiner

Cameras at U.K. gas stations will block uninsured drivers from refueling | The Sideshow – Yahoo! News

Only Content Industries Can Create Content People Want, Says MPAA’s Attaway | paidContent – this reminds me of where Microsoft was with the open source movement circa 2001

Yahoo-Facebook patent fight: more than meets the eye | Tech News and Analysis  – great summary on why Facebook Connect is pure poison

Motorola, HTC, Samsung among those facing new antitrust suit | InfoWorld

China Mobile says aims to add 30 million 3G users this year | Reuters

It’s Not All About You: What Privacy Advocates Don’t Get About Data Tracking on the Web – The Atlantic

Chinese Video Giant Youku to Acquire Rival Tudou – WSJ.com – I guess this settles the legal disputes between Tudou and Youku

Posterous is Joining the Flock at Twitter – The Official Posterous Space

Dell buys SonicWALL

Nice Try: Motorola Wanted to License Every One of Apple’s Patents – AllThingsD

FTC Subpoenas Apple in Google Antitrust Probe – AllThingsD

I Hope Yahoo Crushes Facebook in its Patent Suit « blog maverick

Chart Focus: The futility of trying to time the market

Meet The 10 Patents Yahoo Is Using To Sue Facebook | paidContent

Blackberry: focus more on mobile shopping and less on trying to be cool

China joins coffee club | chinadaily.com.cn – the third space a la Starbucks

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