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Monaco Media Forum: Barry Diller Is Not Shy

AOL: Yadda, Yadda, Yedda?

Joy of Tech: The gPhone Edition

Kara Visits the Monaco Media Forum: Opening Dinner

Kara Visits Monte-Carlo

WSJ Online Video: the High-Tech Search for Amelia Earhart!

Bewkes Job No. 1: No More Stumble-Bumbling With AOL

More Web 2.0 Acquisition Deals to Come? Plaxo, Digg on the Block?

Writers' Strike Videos on YouTube (Of Course)

Hollywood Hoo-Ha, Part 2,478

Kara Visits the Monaco Media Forum

Striking Out on Creating an Internet Hit

Barry Diller Shatters John Malone's Stake Into Little Itty Bits

Max Levchin Speaks Softly (But Carries a Big Widget) About OpenSocial!

Marc Canter Speaks Out and Loud About OpenSocial! (Were You Surprised?)

Jerry's Lunch Partners: BoomTown Not Invited

Last Week in BoomTown: Peter Thiel, Writers' Strike, OpenSocial, Hulu!

Andy Jordan and Musical Slime

Kara Visits Founders Fund's Peter Thiel

Man the Geek Barricades: Hollywood's Digital Strike

Politics Courts (Once More With Feeling) the Blog

Rumors, Rumors Everywhere, but Not a Lot to Think (Except AOL-Quigo?)

Happy Halloween, BoomTowners! (Be Scared, Jerry Yang, Be Very Scared!)

NBCU's Jeff Zucker Turns Lemonade Into Lemons

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The problem with the Billionaire Savior phase of the newspaper collapse has always been that billionaires don’t tend to like the kind of authority-questioning journalism that upsets the status quo.

— Ryan Chittum, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review about the promise of Pierre Omidyar’s new media venture with Glenn Greenwald