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Around the Web 01.22.09: Sony posts big loss, IBM plans job cuts, Nokia forecasts grim sales

January 22, 2009 | 10:18 am

Howard Stringer -- The global recession catches up with Sony. Bloomberg

-- IBM may be cutting jobs. Wall Street Journal

-- Nokia is having a bad day too. Barrons

-- Yahoo's revolving executive door. BoomTown

-- Watch out Wikipedia, here comes Britannica 2.0. Sydney Morning Herald

-- YouTube may let content partners sell their own ads. TechCrunch

-- T-Mobile uses YouTube to get down and viral. YouTube

-- Now you can watch videos in Gmail chat. Gmail blog

-- Cool new iPhone apps from Stanford students. TechCrunch

-- Y Combinator is going to raise kids and companies on the West Coast only. Y Combinator

-- Ever wanted to know why people stop following you on Twitter? Useqwitter

-- Obama's new-media team enters an old-media White House. Washington Post

-- Web accessibility helps everyone. Do It Myself

-- 15,300 things that tech blogger Robert Scoble likes. Scobleizer

-- And now for your moment of social graph zen. Geek&Poke

-- Jessica Guynn

Photo: Sony CEO Howard Stringer. Credit: Koji Watanabe / Getty Images