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Around the Web 5.21.09: Yahoo's social networks, Google quitters, Mozilla Jetpack

May 21, 2009 | 10:06 am

 -- Pandora is still growing, and now they've got aggressive plans to monetize. Wired Epicenter

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Tim Westergren of Pandora, confident in its future. Credit: wwwhatsup via Flickr

-- Acer is going to enter the U.S. home server market. CNET News 

-- Mozilla's latest project, Jetpack, could make Firefox extension development as easy as Web development. TechCrunch

-- Twitter isn't opposed to selling ad space to generate revenue. Silicon Alley Insider

-- Gov. Schwarzenegger wants the Supreme Court to reinstate a state law banning the sale and rental of violent video games to minors. LAT/AP

-- Yahoo says that it's shopping for a social network. PaidContent

-- Google is determining which of its employees are most likely to quit using (you guessed it) an algorithm. WSJ

-- Chris Lesinski

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