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Biz Week profiles Google hottie Marissa Mayer but doesn't mention that she's rumored to be Larry Page's girlfriend (which is revealed in a footnote of Battelle's The Search, which I'm just finishing up).
Engadget gets their hands on the new Windows-powered Treo 700. Looks like an upgrade to Rexie's life is coming soon.
Gawker opened up to invite-only comments. I'll give you one if you sneak me into a Kate Moss bathroom party.
SaveMyAss.com: "a personal assistant that keeps your girlfriend or wife happy by sending her flowers on your behalf, on a regular but semi-random basis." Created by James Hong, a HOTorNOT founder.
The Million Dollar Homepage is cruising along. I can't decide which I hate more: the idea, or that I didn't come up with the idea.
Nominees for the 2005 Online Journalism Awards. I'll be in NYC for the awards & conference next month.
NYT Mag's Funny Pages archive.
NYT interviews Christie Hefner: It's Not Her Father's Playboy.
Reporters Without Borders publishes a Handbook for Bloggers and Cyber-Dissidents (pdf).
This happened a while ago, but I'm finally getting around to reading CBSnews.com's new blog, Public Eye, which is supposed to bring transparency to CBS News. Oh, the magic of blogs.
Golden Fiddle reports that the new Gang of Four CD comes with an actual $1 bill inside. Ya gotta love that Marxist marketing.
Listen to a stream of Metric's new album, Live It Out, which comes out in a couple weeks. Or watch the video to the first single, "Monster Hospital." I've been hoping that Metric breaks through for a long time, and this might finally be that moment.
Reality Blurred reports that the next Real World will be in Key West.
Boston.com: Top 50 Sci-Fi Shows of All Time.
Joss Whedon interviewed in the Times.
Trailer to Clooney's Good Night and Good Luck, about some guys named Murrow and McCarthy.