- MySpace blocks users from mentioning another competitor (something it did to sites like Buzznet and Stickam before); competitor gets pissed and launches angry ranty site. [CensorSpace]
- The dude who found himself accidentally given admin privileges, then gave himself 12 million comment invitations to hand out? Yeah, that was a Valleywag reader, and I'm proud of him. [Gawker]
- If you get YouTube on your mobile phone, please never get on the bus next to me. [AdAge]
- Bubble alert orange: Mobile video startup MobiTV takes another $30 million chunk of funding, bringing its total pot to a whopping $125 million over the past seven years. By now, the founders must be so diluted that the VCs are really running the company. [GigaOM]
- Charles River Ventures starts handing loans to startups. It's not just a kind way of saying "we don't want to actually invest in you" — CRV gets first dibs on these companies' actual venture funding rounds. [NY Times]
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