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Around the Web 11.6.08: Feature film on YouTube, talking up tech at Web 2.0 Summit

November 6, 2008 |  8:51 am

Venture capitalist John Doerr-- Venture capitalist John Doerr holds court at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco. VentureBeat

-- Web 2.0 Summit Program Chair Tim O'Reilly looks on the bright side of the downturn. ZDNet

-- Nine start-ups talk about beating the odds. InfoWorld

-- Mary Meeker tells Web 2.0 Summit to embrace hope. ReadWriteWeb

-- Google's Larry Brilliant touts the virtues of corporate philanthropy. CNet

-- Feature films are coming to YouTube. CNet

-- How well does YouTube's video ID system work? ZDNet

-- Check out Tudou, China's YouTube. Guardian

-- Microsoft talks up Windows 7. Engadget

-- Microsoft's Steve Ballmer disses Google's Android. CNet

-- Business networking site LinkedIn cuts 10% of its staff. TechCrunch

-- Citi downgrades Barrons

-- U.S. Army goes sci-fi. Gizmodo

-- Peter Thiel's hedge fund ventures into negative territory. TechCrunch

-- And now for your moment of gory zen. YouTube

-- Jessica Guynn

Photo: Venture capitalist John Doerr. Credit: Paul Sakuma / Associated Press