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NYSE Traders Weigh In On Alibaba's IPO

TechCrunch Anthony Ha (@anthonyha) – Sep 19 – We were on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange this morning for Alibaba's debut. The Chinese e-commerce company had the biggest initial public offering ever for a US-listed company, and its share price jumped another 36 percent when it opened…
Anthony Ha RT @alex: So the NYSE apparently let @jshieber and @anthonyha run around the floor and talk to people: t.co/VDGi54Ii8r

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How the Ray Rice scandal unfolded

espn.go.com – Sep 19, 5:37 PM – The seven-month scandal that is threatening Roger Goodell's future as NFL commissioner began with an unexpected phone call in the early morning hours on a Saturday in February. Just hours after running back Ray Rice knocked out his…
katie burke The ESPN report on the Ray Rice scandal is well-reported and disturbing, a must-read: t.co/C4eUNPLKpX
Steve Streza Rice case: purposeful misdirection by team, scant investigation by NFL (via @Pocket) #longreads t.co/WtFdO6DB7Y
Peter Kafka RT @DelRey: Why @DVNJR is one of my favorite journalists. Man knows how to dig, dig, dig t.co/7t9f8nTU39
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Oculus Reveals Its New 'Crescent Bay' Developer Kit With 360-Degree Head Tracking And Headphones

TechCrunch Josh Constine (@JoshConstine) – Sep 20 – Oculus gave the world the first look at its new developer kit Crescent Bay today at Oculus' Connect conference, which you can watch live here. Crescent Bay has a faster frame rate, 360 degree head tracking, and an integrated audio system. Plus it's…
Josh Constine Oculus didn't launch a handheld controller today as was expected, but an employee told a source "it's coming" t.co/usCCUkGXrv
TechCrunch RT @JoshConstine: Hands-on with fighting robots & almost getting eaten by a T-Rex in the first demo of Oculus Crescent Bay t.co/usCCUkGXrv
Josh Constine Hands-on with fighting robots & almost getting eaten by a T-Rex in the first demo of Oculus Crescent Bay t.co/usCCUkGXrv
Josh Constine Here's my hands-on report of fighting battle mechs & hanging with a T-Rex in the first demo of Oculus Crescent Bay t.co/usCCUkGXrv
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Air Food One Delivers Airline Food Right To Your Door

TechCrunch – Sarah Buhr – Sep 20 – Have we reached peak delivery service? Just in case you had a craving for airline food for some reason, there's now a company in Germany that will bring it to you. Air Food One is a subscription food delivery service that has teamed up with grocery…
Jon Evans RT @bgurley: Stop the madness. Air Food One Delivers Airline Food Right To Your Door t.co/TPZh0syL00 via @techcrunch
Jonathan Shieber RT @bgurley: Stop the madness. Air Food One Delivers Airline Food Right To Your Door t.co/TPZh0syL00 via @techcrunch
Tom Maxwell RT @tfadell: Internet enabled delivery biz has officially jumped the shark "Air Food One Delivers Airline Food Right To Your Door" t.co/vO5ZkjcXCD
Semil RT @tfadell: Internet enabled delivery biz has officially jumped the shark "Air Food One Delivers Airline Food Right To Your Door" t.co/vO5ZkjcXCD
TechCrunch Air Food One Delivers Airline Food Right To Your Door t.co/cQwNnTSpoD by @sarahbuhr
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NYSE Traders Weigh In On Alibaba's IPO

TechCrunch Anthony Ha (@anthonyha) – Sep 19 – We were on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange this morning for Alibaba's debut. The Chinese e-commerce company had the biggest initial public offering ever for a US-listed company, and its share price jumped another 36 percent when it opened…
Steve D. Long America's Money Mecca! // NYSE Traders Weigh In On Alibaba's IPO t.co/br5OJwpp9J via @jshieber @anthonyha #TechCrunchTV
Susan Hobbs RT @alex: So the NYSE apparently let @jshieber and @anthonyha run around the floor and talk to people: t.co/VDGi54Ii8r
Tatiana Jimenez RT @alex: So the NYSE apparently let @jshieber and @anthonyha run around the floor and talk to people: t.co/VDGi54Ii8r
Tatiana Jimenez '@alex: So the NYSE apparently let @jshieber and @anthonyha run around the floor and talk to people: t.co/FM9npVInIZ'
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I Bought the Huge iPhone. I'm Already Thinking of Returning It.

Slate – Cathy Young – Sep 19 – As I stood in line at my local AT&T store Friday morning, preparing to plunk down $399 on Apple's next big thing, a fear crept into my thoughts: What if the iPhone 6 Plus is too big to fit into my pants pocket? Am I going to have to start carrying…
Devindra Hardawar It begins '@Slate: I bought the huge iPhone. I'm already thinking of returning it. t.co/wkhpE1hI6J t.co/Oapnou54iR'
Mike Butcher 'There's no easy way to use the device with just one hand.' A real world review of iPhone 6 Plus t.co/S8fBvickTD
Mathew Ingram It's really big RT @WillOremus: The one big problem with the enormous new iPhone: t.co/9ScbPSh286 t.co/AvGWm1NA5g
Erick Schonfeld Now you tell us? "@WillOremus: The one big problem with the enormous new iPhone: t.co/IZwnSmms8O t.co/9KJ8jz8Kwd'
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The "Oculus Platform" Marketplace For Virtual Reality Apps Coming This Fall

TechCrunch Josh Constine (@JoshConstine) – Sep 20 – Oculus announced the “Oculus Platform” store for developers to distribute their virtual reality apps and experiences today at the Oculus Connect conference. Starting this fall on the Samsung Gear VR made by Oculus, this revamp of the…
Josh Constine By creating both the top VR headset & Platform marketplace for VR apps, Oculus aims to be the iOS of Virtual Reality t.co/aBNjIF1MRr
Techmeme The "Oculus Platform" Marketplace For Virtual Reality Apps Coming This Fall (@joshconstine) t.co/1PGfg2EFqD t.co/ywQrsjSQx2
Kyle Russell Another reason Apple is smart for going up to 5.5 inches: it'll be ready to support VR down the road t.co/FPxrhuQyrj
Josh Constine Oculus Platform app marketplace will be the launcher for Samsung Gear VR in Fall, portal coming to mobile & browsers t.co/v0O2LLHtpg
Josh Constine The "Oculus Platform" Marketplace For Virtual Reality Apps Coming This Fall t.co/v0O2LLHtpg Rallying devs early paid off for Apple...
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Sean Parker's Airtime shut down its web-based video chat this summer, and no one even noticed

Gigaom Janko Roettgers (@jank0) – Sep 19, 4:27 PM – Airtime may have launched with a bang, but its end was eerily quiet: Sean Parker's video chat startup, which once aimed to become the next Chatroulette, shut down its web app some time during the last month, and no one even noticed, or bothered to…
Hillel Fuld Oy, poor Sean. Sean Parker's Airtime shut down its web-based video chat this summer, and no one even noticed t.co/Y6YD8jSRoE
Jessica Guynn Sean Parker's Airtime shut down its web-based video chat this summer, and no one even noticed t.co/NN6yPbRXPN via @gigaom
Mathew Ingram RT @jank0: Airtime wanted to be the next Chatroulette -- and lived on as a ghost town for many months. Now, it's history. t.co/BXCURV29B8
Tom Krazit .@jank0 had to remind me like three times what this was until I remembered: Airtime is off the air: t.co/9EZbzEBXIZ
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Yahoo's Core Business Value Cut in Half to $6.8 Billion After Alibaba IPO

WSJ – Douglas MacMillan – Sep 19 – Yahoo sold about $5.1 billion worth of Alibaba shares in the Chinese e-commerce giant's IPO on Friday. Bloomberg News As Alibaba shares soared in their first day of trading on Friday, the value that investors are placing on Yahoo 's core business…
Dave McClure RT @Techmeme: Yahoo's Core Business Value Cut in Half to $6.8 Billion After Alibaba IPO (@dmac1) t.co/k3uDID5beg t.co/BWQjnzlgV9
Techmeme Yahoo's Core Business Value Cut in Half to $6.8 Billion After Alibaba IPO (@dmac1) t.co/k3uDID5beg t.co/BWQjnzlgV9
Bob Patterson RT @dmac1: The value of Yahoo's core business was sliced in half today as Alibaba soared. We did the math so you don't have to t.co/IBDROmhAgW
Doug MacMillan The value of Yahoo's core business was sliced in half today as Alibaba soared. We did the math so you don't have to t.co/IBDROmhAgW
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What does the rise of brand journalism mean? For one thing, it means journalists have to up their game

Gigaom Mathew Ingram (@mathewi) – Sep 19, 2:40 PM – The rise of native advertising, and what some are calling “brand journalism,” has triggered a wave of revulsion and horror in media circles. A feature-length piece in the Financial Times is just the latest in a series of such pieces…
Mathew Ingram RT @JaspJackson: Agree with @mathewi on how brand journalism reflects how the web has shifted media power from supply to demand side t.co/5nwC6O4kHi
Om Malik RT @gigaom: What does the rise of brand journalism mean? For one thing, it means journalists have to up their game t.co/dTon2vwIYE
Jonathan Abrams RT @mathewi: If a piece of "brand journalism" serves a reader's needs better than regular journalism does, whose fault is that? t.co/OECfcLuBwJ
Matt Rosoff RT @jayrosen_nyu: "Rewriting press releases isn't going to work when companies live-stream and live-blog their own product launches." t.co/KinRziFL2v
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