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  • Week in Review November 11-17 © 2006 Sullivan Higdon & Sink. All rights reserved.
  • What was watched? Rumsfeld Why do you wake up each day? Kiwi! Keg beer is pricey Amateur - Lasse Gjertsen Hugs Again
  • Will the U.S. withdraw from Iraq?
    • A number of military officers, experts and former generals, including some who have been among the most vehement critics of the Bush administration’s Iraq policies challenging the withdraw.
  • What stinks? The Zune.
    • 2 days after its release, Microsoft announced that it will discontinue the Zune.
  • PS3 and Wii are actually going to go on sale this weekend.
  • Simpson revisits infamous case “ O.J. Simpson: If I Did It, Here’s How It Happened,” will depict Mr. Simpson describing “how he would have carried out the murders he has vehemently denied committing for over a decade.” Interviews regarding his book will air on Fox TV in late November
  • And the winner is…
  • StudiVZ controversy swirls
    • German Facebook clone
    • Founder Ehssan Dariani caught making sexiest remarks about women
    • Also sent a birthday invite fashioned after Nazi’s propaganda newspaper Völkischer Beobachter
      • New York City's proposal for a near ban on artificial trans fat in restaurant food received overwhelming support at a hearing on Monday, as fast-food chain KFC separately said it would stop using oil containing the artery-clogging fat.
    Can you find the hidden message?
  • Online Video’s next step
    • Get on TV
      • Fame TV, a new channel available in the United Kingdom and Ireland via British Sky Broadcasting's satellite service, has partnered with Revver to broadcast the Web site's content."
    • Go Mobile
      • "Slingbox has done some European deals to show place-shifted TV on mobiles here but has also tied up with a big mobile carrier in the U.S. which will be announced soon."