Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:
Paula Rooney: Ubuntu 8.10 desktop, server to ship Oct 30
News.com: Google Earth brings virtual tourism to iPhone
Tim O'Reilly: Web 2.0 and Cloud Computing Nick Carr: What Tim O'Reilly gets wrong about the cloud
Garett Rogers: Google readying SearchWiki?
Oliver Marks: A Transparency Engine for the WorldWide Web
Ed Bott: OS X versus Vista, RAM division
Reviews of the Samsung Epix (AT&T right)
Crackberry.com: BlackBerry Storm Hands-On First Impressions!
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: How long until Apple is bigger than Microsoft?
Deb Perelman: No rest for the weary techie
Roland Piquepaille: Improving chip density by a factor of 100
TechCrunch: YouTube Enables Deep Linking Within Videos
Dana Blankenhorn: On the Linux laptop the distro is key
NYT: If No One Sees It, Is It an Invention?Adam O'Donnell: "Joe the Plumber"'s data compromised by government insider
Symantec to identify safe software by 'reputation'
Review:iHome iHM77 portable multimedia speakers (red right)
Dana Gardner: Web 2.0 acts as accelerant in pending corporate Darwinian shake-out, says Palladium Group CEO
Heather Clancy: Could being sustainable save the world AND the economy? New book makes convincing case.
Jennifer Leggio: Diary of a Web nerd: The Wii as a social platform
EIC podcast: Tech demand murky
Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Take Stock. Turn Off The Tech. Turn Off The Echo Chamber. Think.
Andrew Nusca: Weekend Gadget Guidance: $50 off Amazon Kindle thru Nov. 1
Dignan: Stand-alone Yahoo Messenger for Vista: R.I.P.
Matthew Miller: HTC Touch Pro from Sprint available next week
Ryan Stewart: New York Times rolling out HD video content with Brightcove