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

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?

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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 Windows 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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