News to know: EclipseCon; Tired browser wars; Apple; P4P; R.I.P. Russell Shaw

Notable headlines:Rest in peace Russell Shaw. TechmemeEd Burnette: EclipseCon 2008: Fake Steve Jobs, Microsoft, E4, and moreJason O'Grady: Getting tired of the browser-go-round David Morgenstern: Fun facts about Mac OS X Leopard's iconsJason Perlow: McCain: Are Tech Empresses the Ticket?

Notable headlines:

Rest in peace Russell Shaw. Techmeme

Ed Burnette: EclipseCon 2008: Fake Steve Jobs, Microsoft, E4, and more

Jason O'Grady: Getting tired of the browser-go-round David Morgenstern: Fun facts about Mac OS X Leopard's icons

Jason Perlow: McCain: Are Tech Empresses the Ticket?

Mary Jo Foley: Is Yahoo is best way for Microsoft to spend its cash?

Could Yahoo's 'openness' be another anti-Microsoft poison pill?

Retail Vista SP1 and final XP SP3 expected this week

Paula Rooney: Mono project releases first IDE, Mono 2.0 into beta

ReadWriteWeb: Yahoo Buzz is a game changer

New Scientist: WiMax a threat to satellite communications

Photos: Top 10 reviews of the week

Larry Dignan: Flickr: Too late to the video party to matter? Techmeme

Garett Rogers: Early St. Patrick's Day easter egg on Google Maps

Jason O'Grady: The media center keyboard Apple should have made

Nate McFeters: Defeating the Same Origin Policy part 1

Robin Harris: P4P: faster, smarter P2P

Joe McKendrick: Analyst: why even the best SOAs are 'stalling'

Voice over SOA sounds promising -- will vendors deliver?

Roland Piquepaille: Intelligent side-impact protection for cars

News.com: Microsoft to license Adobe Flash Lite

Computerworld: Just patched Excel makes calculation mistakes

Christopher Dawson: NYPhilkids.org - what an educational website should be With a name like Optimist Prime, it's gotta be good

Google Open Source Blog: Look, actual code.

Joshua Greenbaum: Microsoft's Platform as a Service Plans: Putting the Pieces Together

Rik Fairlie: How wireless power could deliver a truly wireless network

Indie labels take e-commerce into their own hands

Dave Greenfield: The Longtail of IT Governance

Dana Blankenhorn: The Moore's Law of open source

Ars Technica: China now number one in executions, population and Web surfing

IT Facts: Top sites on user engagement

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Apple to iPhone devs: Keep on developing for Jailbroken iPhones guys!

Photos: Partying it up for Pi Day

Heather Clancy: Green thinking is well established. Green brands, not so much

Those scoundrels, Part 2. Brit IT managers aren't feeling the heat when it comes to reducing power consumption

Samsung to spend $1.4 billion to upgrade chip lines

Richard Koman: House nixes telecom immunity, votes to investigate abuses

California Internet sales tax bill faces long odds

Harry Fuller: Money, Politics and Energy: Menage That Screws the American Consumer

Steve O'Hear: First MySpace OpenSocial apps unveiled with very little fanfare

Paul Miller: Commercial uses of the Semantic Web at WWW2008 ?

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