In a rare public statement about something other than iPods or Macs, Steve Jobs said that "unionization and lifetime employment of K-12 teachers is off-the-charts crazy," and that technology in the classroom isn't going to improve public schools until principals can fire bad teachers.
Alfred Thompson, a former teacher and now K-12 Computer Science Academic Relations Manager for Microsoft, chimes in on the Jobs education statements, regarding people who know nothing about schools telling us how to fix them.
Top YouTube videographers descend on San Francisco.
Google takes legal action against naughty Polish poets who have the Internet domain name, gmail.pl.
Larry Dignan: When DRM dies what happens to my restricted songs?
Garret Rogers: Google lets you suggest a better translation.
The future of the Web: User-generated content + user-controlled content and the promise of Yahoo Pipes (BBC News)
Jason O'Grady: iPhone rate plans leaked?
Adobe becoming more "Googlesque" as a Web software company with new services like myFeedz, Ryan Stewart asks.
Robert Scoble asks what is social media, offers his own take and gets lots of responses.