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Via: Stephanie Fox at io9.
Intuit took the pulse of small businesses in America to hear both their biggest challenges and greatest rewards from 2010 as well as their perspective of what’s to come in 2011.
Via: Laughing Squid
Since WikiLeaks hit the headlines, vendors have been uploading new Assange- and state-secrets-themed products daily to Zazzle.com, an e-commerce site based in San Jose, California.
Not on whether the new provision should be eliminated – both agreed that it should (at least in the House; in the Senate, Democrats proposed softening it rather than eliminating it).
Turns out they could.
via: The Pajama Pundit
Yesterday, (coincidentally in the midst of a Google-Facebook openness smack-down) San Francisco became the first city to push that order into law.
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