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"I'm not a very social person," but "Google+ I instantly found compelling."
- Google cofounder Sergey Brin (Search Engine Land)
* Looking forward to Walter Isaacson's authorized biography of Steve Jobs? The first exclusive excerpt, highlighting Jobs' nearly 30-year frenemy relationship with Bill Gates, will run in the latest issue of Fortune available via newsstands and the iPad app this Monday. A preview of the excerpt will appear online early Monday as well. (Fortune)
* Mountain View-based startup Lytro announced the Lytro camera, a slick, slender, rectangular device that lets users focus or refocus an image any time after the image is actually taken. (Fortune)
* Is Groupon planning a scaled back initial public offering (IPO)? (The Wall Street Journal)
* Digg founder Kevin Rose announced the first product from his new startup Milk: an app called Oink that lets users find and rate "things not people." (Information Week)
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Mountain View-based startup Lytro unveiled a revolutionary new camera that looks nothing like a traditional point-and-shoot.
FORTUNE -- It could be a godsend for awful photographers around the world. Mountain View-based startup Lytro, which launched earlier this year and demoed at Brainstorm Tech last July, just unveiled a line of "light field" cameras that capture more color, intensity and light per shot than traditional cameras. That makes for more vibrant photos, but MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Oct 19, 2011 5:00 PM ET
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