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Around the Web 8.10.08: The good kind of Friday or the bad?

October 10, 2008 |  8:19 am
Nasdaq MarketSite in New York

-- TGIF? Black Friday? Or both? Have a nice day. LAT

-- Tech stocks get caught in the Wall Street avalanche. InformationWeek

-- The bounce will come. Forbes

-- Wall street's pain can be heard in music-related stocks. Hypebot

-- Lessons will be learned. Or maybe not. GMSV

-- Orange pulls the BlackBerry Bold over software issues. Engadget

-- Wal-Mart changes its mind about keeping its digital rights management on its server. Engadget

-- Someone is getting money: Fitbit, which makes a device tracking one's movement day and night, raises $2 million. TechCrunch

-- And the iPhone gets more music via Clear Channel. LAT

-- Cool stuff if we could afford it: Airports balk at investing in the latest high-tech such as self-destructing DVDs and antimicrobial disposable floor mats. Boston Globe

-- Michelle Quinn

Photo: Nasdaq MarketSite in New York. Credit: Mark Lenninhan / Associated Press