News to know: Facebook growing pains; Office wars; Bad IT weekend

Summary:Notable headlines:David Morgenstern: Better living without MS Office. Garett Rogers: Google kicks Microsoft where it hurts, again.

Notable headlines:

David Morgenstern: Better living without MS Office. Garett Rogers: Google kicks Microsoft where it hurts, again. Google Operating System: Google Pack Adds StarOffice. CNET iLife'08 review.

ABC News: Glitch Strands Thousands of Intl. Passengers at LAX. Michael Krigsman: IT failure in action: LAX. Big iron and the failure of Enterprise 2.0. Failure 2.0. More Enterprise 2.0 bad news: Ning is down.

Techmeme: Facebook source code leaked. Facebook Secrets: Facebook home page code.

Russell Shaw: Device claims to interrupt all cell within 40 foot radius of YOU.

Photos (right): Top 10 reviews of the week. Dana Blankenhorn: Can mySQL take it back? Computerworld: Changes at MySQL draw fire from community.

Paul Murphy: Linux is Unix.

Dennis Howlett: Will IBM compete with Facebook/Web 2.0? Second Life plus Twitter for enterprise? The social network penny drops at Oracle. Newsweek: Facebook grows up.

NYT: NBC Making a Clean Start in a House of Mixed Media.

Mary Jo Foley: A (Microsoft) Code Name a Day: Avalanche.

BBC: UN's Web site breached.

Matthew Miller: 15 minutes of hands-on time with the Palm Foleo, still not quite sold on it yet. SlingPlayer for S60 going into private beta, signup if interested. Dan Farber: Another nail in SCO's Linux lawsuit coffin. Roland Piquepaille: Interactive 3D-environments based on MPEG-4.

In electric car stakes, it's Miles to go.

Feds consider lowering passenger data r

equirements.

Photos: Fight and flight. Paula Rooney: Xen vs. KVM: round 1 bell to ring soon.

eWeek: Social Bookmarking Apps Provide a New Knowledge Management Platform.

Dana Blankenhorn: Today's Debate: Docs in a box. Larry Dignan: DRM: The hearse is right on schedule. Why would I pay Google for extra storage?

David Berlind: Besieged by HP's derogations, laser printer emissions whistleblower fights back.

Topics: Social Enterprise, Google, Microsoft

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