News to know: Zero-day liabilities; interviewing Henry Blodget

Headlines of the day: Is MS Office becoming a zero-day liability all year long? Also playing it safe with Vista.

Headlines of the day:

Is MS Office becoming a zero-day liability all year long? Also playing it safe with Vista.

TechMeme creates the second handiest link for me. The first is here.

Melinda Gates Unbound. (Programming note: This link goes to the free WSJ designed to attract bloggers--and minimize the flack I get for linking to a site where you need a subscription.) And while I'm at it here's another WSJ headline: Too many gadgets, too few outlets.

Cassatt management tools take on Xen, networking.  

Will folks give up their virtual property to avoid taxes? 

A scathing review of CNBC's Henry Blodget interview.

Platforms are the new portals. Buzzword alert: Deportalization. And the post that started the whole discussion.

Looking for a map of the Internet?

Big weekend for Google:
Google Earth adds a Wikipedia layer; People go ga-ga for gmail, but Donna Bogatin doesn't buy it; Google Checkout goes international; Google Base's rates change. Google Finance to get a facelift.

Sabre, owner of Travelocity, is on the block.

Move over silicon, there's new transistor material in town.

Is Steve O'Hear a victim of Digg censorship? The New York Times caves in to social media (sniff, sniff).

Nissan plans new fuel-cell vehicle.

InformationWeek highlights the latest out of Microsoft Research.

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