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By - August 27, 2007

I am traveling today and won’t be posting much, quick news:

Bloglines has updated. (RWW)

So has Yahoo Mail (TC)

Oh, and Orkut (Vbeat)

Go Speed Racer! (A pal of mine is working on this film)

Catching Up

By - August 04, 2007

It’s still hard to type with this splint, but I have been reading what I missed over the past few days, here’s what I find worthy:

Ars: Microsoft testing ad supported Office suite.

BB: No fly lists work, really, govt claims, but how is a secret….I love this line of thinking.

Google phone fantasies won’t die (Digg)

Om: loses 28% of its traffic due to Google moving butt cheek one way or another.

Notes from a lunch with Google’s Susan Wojcicki, I was invited but was traveling, Philipp has the story.

I really can’t wait to fly Virgin America. (Radar)

Searchable database of tech events, since I know you guys go to a lot of em…(ResearchBuzz)

Ask swaps allegiances – aQuantive over Doubleclick, ie, Microsoft over Google. (NextNet)

That, This, The Other

By - July 09, 2007

News and insights I’ve seen over the past few days:

First, Google hit a new high Friday.

Second, BB on Weinberger on the telcos. Delaminate, baby!

Third, online spending is up again. Another study says so.

Jantsch notes that Intuit has a “follow me home” service to understand its customers better. Great idea.

Ars on Google on MSFT Vista integration. This is not going to go away soon.

Microsoft clears a hurdle to approval of its aQuantive acquisition.

Another Google wall of ideas.

From the Feeds

By - June 06, 2007

BoingBoing rounds up *very* interesting reader input on the implications of Street View.

Google and Ebay: gearing up for audio ads.

– “Digg for chicks.”

Ask’s commercial leaked by TC.

Whitacre still stirring the pot, though he does not have a company pot to piss in anymore (he’s retired from AT&T)…

Joi: Media companies are driving the boom.

Clip and Sling. Hell yes, this is what I’ve been talking about for years.