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Around the Web 7.28.08: Steve Jobs gets real, Yahoo musical chairs, Cuil crash

July 28, 2008 |  9:29 am

Jobs-- The real Steve Jobs tells NYT's columnist what he wouldn't tell shareholders. NYT

-- Forget Fake Steve Jobs, check out the real Dan Lyons. Valleywag

-- Apple is now opening stores at 8 a.m. to catch the iPhone early birds. AppleInsider

-- Verizon: What iPhone? Silicon Alley Insider

-- The App Store could transform Apple. Venture Beat

-- It was Cuil until it crashed. TechCrunch

-- Trading strategies come to advertising networks. NYT

-- Is Google a content company after all? So says Jason Calacanis. Silicon Alley Insider

-- Who will sit next to Jerry Yang on Yahoo's new board? Boomtown

-- Flickr founder Stewart Butterfield: I wish Microsoft, not Yahoo, had bought Flickr. ZDnet

-- China now is the biggest Internet nation. BBC

-- Om Malik speaks to Michael Dell. Gigaom

-- The FCC is expected to rule against Comcast. WSJ

-- Jessica Guynn

Photo: Steve Jobs. Credit: Robert Durell / Los Angeles Times