Tech news is up and moving too fast for a minute.

Intel earnings are up, Apple’s coolness is waay up? and Microsoft’s search efforts gain a little ground? while Yahoo!’s profits are down? and has already been irrelevant for months.

Looks like the Net Neutrality debate? is heating back up. The Senators that started the fray at promising to seek further action to insure that bandwidth providers can’t legally charge different rates to different customers.

The Recording Industry Association of America aka RIAA has for the first time been ordered to pay for the legal fees of one of the people that sued. It looks like they got the Daughter by default but the Mom got even.

Designers, check out Aviary, an online multiledia editing suite. The collaboration aspect of their design may finally enable the kind of collaborations we’ll need in the future.

Coders, PHP 4 support is going away, time to learn something new and or port your code to 5 or 6.

As things are keep picking up speed and the bubbles keep popping we’ll be right here to share a minute or two.

All the resources are at 

From Aloha Workshops on the Big Island of Hawaii, this is Brent Norris for the World Organization of Webmasters and the Wow Technology Minute.

Additional Resources

Intel earnings ahead of expectations

Yahoo profit down on slowed display ad growth

Still no cure for what ails Yahoo

Senators renew quest for Net neutrality rules

Is U.S. broadband access truly lagging?

RIAA ordered to cover suit target’s legal fees

Web-based multimedia suite Aviary invites beta testers

End of the line for PHP 4

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