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Around the Web 7.17.08: Facebook makes video, Amazon shows video, YouTube comes to TiVo

July 17, 2008 | 10:04 am

-- The countdown to the second annual software developer confab F8 has begun, giving Facebook's Josh Elman and Dave Morin the opportunity to show off their MTV-worthy video hosting skills. Check out Morin's Matrix-inspired shades. Inside Facebook

-- You may not have demanded it but is giving it to you: videos. NYT

-- Now you can TiVo YouTube. Silicon Alley Insider

-- The iPhone is not all things to all people. Ian Schafer

-- But Apple is now the third largest U.S. PC vendor. Apple Insider

-- Is there trouble in the online advertising market? Tech Trader Daily

-- Ted Leonsis combines documentaries, widgets and AOL. PaidContent

-- You landed the start-up job. Now what?  Venture Hacks

-- Job with a future: social media expert. Louis Gray

-- To blog or not to blog, that seems to be the question. Louis Gray (Guest blogger Jesse Stay)

-- Are bloggers selling out? A VC

-- Yahoo sends another missive in the world's longest letter-writing campaign. ZDNet

-- Google takes restaurant reviews mobile. Official Google Mobile Blog

-- Geekiest birthday cake ever. Gizmodo

-- Jessica Guynn

Video courtesy of Facebook