Is it Thursday already? Aren’t we ready for the beach, ready to stop working, ready for this industry to take a day or five off? No? Well then, have some tablets. And a side of Google and Facebook to boot? To the links:
A Review of Verizon and Google’s Net Neutrality Proposal (EFF) As you might expect, not a passing grade.
Facebook at Odds With Google, Verizon on Net Neutrality (WSJ Digits) Yeah, take that, Google. We’re not as evil as you are, hah! (Nevermind that old news about privacy, willya? Seriously, everyone’s over that already.)
Google And Facebook’s Privacy Illusion (Bruce Schneier) Bruce is a smart dude. Worth a read.
Samsung tablet to be unveiled in Berlin (Joo Gang) I keep a tellin’ ya, there are tons of these coming.
If You Build a Web Series Around It, Will They Come? (AdAge) Er….not usually.
MySpace Launches a Revamped User Homepage [EXCLUSIVE] (Mashable) I can only say good luck. I really hope they do well. Why? Because it’s never very comfortable to have a space dominated by one player.
Dell’s Streak: a Tiny Tablet That Takes Calls, Too (WSJ) Another tablet, another form factor. Steve Jobs is doing it all over again. Macintosh, meet iPad. Same diff.
The FM campaign of the day is the Veer Conversationalist unit.
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