Fair use and the blogosphere; Yahoo, the story that just won't die; and the end of an era for Windows XP.
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A decision by the Associated Press to set clear standards on how much of one of its dispatches may be reproduced on the Web has led to a blogosphere controversy. CNET News.com's Holly Jackson spoke with Drudge Retort owner Rogers Cadenhead. For another perspective, Charlie Cooper chatted with News.com's editor in chief, Dan Farber.
Believe it or not, there's more news on the Yahoo front. This time another activist investor--no, it's not Carl Icahn--has an idea how to better populate the company's board of directors.
Microsoft is ringing down an era at the close of this month. News.com's Ina Fried talks about the legacy of Windows XP and the challenges Microsoft still faces promoting Vista as the new face of Windows.