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Around the Web 10.7.08: Mac bricks, AMD splits and Disney gaffes

October 7, 2008 | 10:32 am

Sarah Silverman -- Sarah Silverman and other Jewish celebrity voters take their campaigns online. LAT

-- Apple rumored to introduce Mac laptop made of a solid block of aluminum. BusinessWeek

-- Google app prevents drinking and emailing. Ars Technica

-- Disney lands in hot water for using anonymous quotes from IMDb praising its films. Telegraph

-- Pandora makes friends with Chumby. CrunchGear

-- Boston University researchers turn light bulbs into Wi-Fi hotspots. CellularNews

-- Steve Wozniak dishes on Apple. Telegraph

-- AMD dredges up investor money to split itself into two companies, one to design chips and another to manufacture them. NYT

-- Hulu to stream presidential debates. PaidContent

-- Sony Reader e-book has style, but no wireless connectivity. PaidContent

-- Alex Pham

Photo: Sarah Silverman. Credit: Marc Lecureuil / Comedy Central