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Around the Web 2.10.09: Celebrity twittering, Google Syncing and Global Game Jamming

February 10, 2009 |  8:39 am
Rainn Wilson on Twitter
Rainn Wilson on Twitter, showing he is who he says he is. (Photo credit: Rainn Wilson.)

-- After a rash of high-profile Twitter hoaxes, actor Rainn Wilson changed his Twitter profile picture to show himself holding a copy of the Los Angeles Times. Thanks for reading, Rainn! Twitter

-- Corporate tweeting may soon cost money. Celebrity tweeting, probably not. TechCrunch

-- Google Sync uses Microsoft technology to take a shot at Apple. Got that? Macworld

-- PlayStation had a great year after all, critically if not financially. Variety

-- Global Game Jam: The extreme sport for game geeks. Wired

-- Get venture funding by saving customers money. NYT

-- Google PowerMeter program seeks to monitor electricity use. PC World

-- The Beverly Hills mansion Ashton Kutcher is selling is not the one involved in Twittergate. LAT

-- Anti-hacker software firm Kaspersky Security gets hacked. DailyTech

-- Create your own LED valentine with randomized twinkling effect! NerdKits, via Slashdot

-- Alex Pham