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Today on the Net: The Super Bowl was the biggest TV event ever, Evan Stone is trying to singlehandedly stop P2P piracy and Microsoft tried hard to get Conan for its Xbox Live service.

Microsoft’s Attempt To Woo Conan O’Brien For Xbox Live; the executive producer of Conan O’Brien’s talk show discusses how Microsoft tried to persuade the comedian to take his show onto Xbox Live. (Gamasutra)

Super Bowl XLV Most Viewed Telecast in Broadcast History; last night’s broadcast of Super Bowl XLV on FOX had an average audience of 111 million viewers. (nielsenwire)

Meet Evan Stone, P2P pirate hunter; Stone has singlehandedly filed almost every file sharing lawsuit in Texas. (Ars Technica)

Are we witnessing the death spiral of the Hollywood blockbuster? U.S. ticket sales have been anemic for a while, and the number of actual people going to movies has been declining for decades. (io9)

Open Attribute, a simple way to attribute CC-licensed works on the web; a suite of tools that makes it ridiculously simple for anyone to copy and paste the correct attribution for any CC licensed work launched today. (Creative Commons blog)

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