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Saturday, October 22, 2005

NYTimes on Google Local hacks.

Flock beta released. "The Shelf is a neat little tool that lets you copy and store text and images you see on a web page. When you drop the clipping into a blog entry it is automatically formatted and cited. Very cool." Would make my life much easier if this were available as a Firefox plug-in.

Studios stonewalling NetFlix downloads.

Studios adopting neutral stances towards format wars. Others see a Blu-Ray win.

DVD Jon comes to US.

Our last, best hope for peace. The ineptitude is at once not surprising and utterly shocking.

Swedish filesharing battles.

A different kind of iPod tax.

Open design for next media player.



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