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Around the Web 5.11.09: 'Star Trek' gadgets, Hulu backlash, Craigslist pig pile

May 11, 2009 |  9:10 am
Alex Baldwin in a commercial for Hulu, which is winning audiences and making enemies. Credit: Hulu

-- Twitter co-founders Biz Stone and Evan Williams go drinking just like the rest of us: in anonymity. NYT

-- Once derided as Clown Co., Hulu is catching on big-time. But it may have to pull shows off the service to preserve relationships with cable and satellite providers. LAT

-- Danny Sullivan flips the discussion: Newspapers keep asking Google to pay for their stories. So should Google ask newspapers to pay for their reporters' use of Google? Daggle

-- Craigslist pig pile: Attorneys general are stepping up the anti-Craigslist rhetoric, trying to get the site to do more to get rid of prostitution ads. LAT

-- A bill designed to curb cyber-bullying casts too wide a net, causing some to dub it the Censorship Act. Ars Technica

-- and other News Corp. news sites are working on a micro-payments system to get Web surfers to pay for their articles.

-- The European Union appears ready to hit Intel with hefty antitrust fines.

-- The "Star Trek" gadgets that actually exist today. SF Gate

-- Chris Gaither