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My Picks From GigaNET: Wattbot, iTunes Hacks, SNL Goes Solo

[qi:012] What a busy Monday morning it has been for our team of writers and contributors. I culled some of the best bits from our team for you, and I am betting you are going to like them all.

jkOnTheRun reminds us that today is the 25th anniversary of the first commercial cellular phone call. It is only appropriate that in countries like Japan, mobile call minutes exceed fixed line calls.

Katie writes about Wattbot, a new e-commerce website that connects providers of clean tech products and services with consumers who want to tap into clean power for their homes. Lead generation for cleantech! (Full story @ Earth2Tech.)

TheAppleBlog tells you how to use one iTunes library with multiple computers. I have been looking for this guide forever, because I have way too many computers. (Full story @ TheAppleBlog.)

OStatic is dancing to the open-source sound of Audacity, probably the best audio editor out there. (Full story @ OStatic.)

WebWorkerDaily has a nifty how to about building friend lists and influencing people online using tools such as Twitter, Facebook and other social nets. (Full story @ WebWorkerDaily.)

NBC is looking to launch Saturday Night Live as a standalone web site, which will feature not only clips from shows but also other stuff that gets left on the cutting room floor. I am totally on board with this idea. NBC, just do it! (Full story @ NewTeeVee)