News to know: Limelight's Olympics; Software prices; Wordcamp 2008; Windows 7 Server

Summary:Here are today's notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Jason Perlow: Limelight Networks: Why the Olympics didn't 'Melt' the InternetLarry Dignan: Limelight by the numbers: Akamai’s thorn?

Here are today's notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:

Jason Perlow: Limelight Networks: Why the Olympics didn't 'Melt' the Internet

Andrew Mager: Wordcamp 2008 play by play. Oliver Marks: BuddyPress, an open source competitor to FaceBook

Mary Jo Foley: Confirmed: Microsoft to proceed directly to Windo

ws 7 Server

Gallery: Tools for CSI cybercrime (right)

Ryan Naraine: Microsoft investigating NSlookup.exe flaw, reported attacks

Michael Krigsman: Implementation complexity enables higher software prices

Vint Cerf: If you thought the internet was cool, wait until it goes space age

Washington Post: Giant of Internet Radio Nears Its ‘Last Stand’

Photos: Top 10 reviews of the week

Deb Perelman: My Awesome IT Job: IT Service Manager, University of Illinois

Smashing Magazine: 10 Futuristic User InterfacesAdrian Kingsley-Hughes: Question from a reader - What notebook/OS for college?

Garett Rogers: Google feeds publishers with new AdSense option

NYT: I Was There.  Just Ask Photoshop.

Sam Diaz: Netflix back to normal; promises Saturday night movies and 15 percent off.

Video: New Dell takes innovation over standards

TSA makes laptop travel easier - or not?

Richard Koman: It's official: OOXML is a standard

Ed Burnette: LWUIT vs. JavaFX Mobile

Mark Cuban: The Platform is the Message

Dana Blankenhorn: The biggest open source threat to Microsoft

PalmInfoCenter: Additional Treo Pro Software and Hardware Details

John Carroll: Curing what ails Microsoft

Larry Dignan: The end run around the OS is underway

Heather Clancy: Not so idle: HP earns green transport logo for business products

Paula Rooney: Levin out as Black Duck's CEO

Jason O'Grady: Just what's on Michael Phelps' iPod anyway?

Paul Miller: Visualising the Semantic Web with Parallax

Christopher Dawson: Got Debian running, too

Zack Whittaker: MSE rises like a phoenix from the beta ashes

AP: Qwest, union keep talking as contract expires

Matthew Miller: GroupWise support comes to the Apple iPhone

BlackBerry rumor mill takes a page from Apple

Larry Dignan: Oracle: Our iPhone app has more than 23,000 downloads

Roland Piquepaille: Hairstyles for games and movies

Dana Blankenhorn: Appreciating gym class

Harry Fuller: Will we kill the ocean before the atmosphere kills us?

TorrentFreak: U2 Tracks Leak After Bono Plays Stereo Too Loudly

Topics: Software, Browser, Microsoft, Open Source, Operating Systems, Servers, Windows

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Larry Dignan is Editor in Chief of ZDNet and SmartPlanet as well as Editorial Director of ZDNet's sister site TechRepublic. He was most recently Executive Editor of News and Blogs at ZDNet. Prior to that he was executive news editor at eWeek and news editor at Baseline. He also served as the East Coast news editor and finance editor at CN... Full Bio

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