Summary:

In case you’ve been dozing over the last day or so… Robert proposes Yahoo should build its own Facebook internally. Katie finds enough evidence to suspect Google is investing in Chinese P2P company Xunlei. Om highlights the remarkable paydays top tech shareholders had in November. We […]

In case you’ve been dozing over the last day or so…

Robert proposes Yahoo should build its own Facebook internally.

Katie finds enough evidence to suspect Google is investing in Chinese P2P company Xunlei.

Om highlights the remarkable paydays top tech shareholders had in November. We know Bill Gates is beyond rich, but man! He sold $581 million worth of shares in a single month.

Jackson ponders “a generation that takes their browsing home with them and are accustomed to always-on connectivity, instant access to content and mobile social networking.” He notes, “Getting them to sit quietly in cubicles may prove difficult.”

Chris wonders about how to kick-start inspiration.

Paul pulls out two articles about the webification of TV and the TV-ification of the web.

Liz hooks up readers with access to the private beta of a new French video-sharing site.

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