- Steve Ballmer says Microsoft won’t raise their Yahoo offer. How about a new slogan for Yahoo? Even our wins are actually losses.
- Meanwhile, Reuters reports that the Justice Dept looking is at the Google/Yahoo deal. (via). How’s that new slogan sounding now?
- Surprise, surprise: Someone doesn’t think China has any reason to use Wikipedia, preferring instead the China-based Baidupedia. “It’s very natural for China to make its own products,” said scientist William Chang. Um, yeah . . . if the whole censorship thing doesn’t bug you.
- Speaking of which, ReadWriteWeb says that Internet censorship is coming to Russia. Was I alone in assuming it was already there?
- One last scary legally story, this time a bit closer to home: the FBI wants widespread monitoring of ‘illegal’ Internet activity.
- The slow roll out started two weeks ago, but now Facebook Chat is finally live to all users.
- And best for last: Have you laughed yet today? Check it: SEOmoz presents Google Search Results Missing from OneBox.
Phew. Now, don’t you feel informed/entertained/etc?