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A Guitar Magazine Tests the Luxury Waters

By STEPHANIE CLIFFORD@nytimes.com As high-end magazines struggle, Guitar Aficionado’s publisher said the quarterly schedule will help with ads. (continues@nytimes.com)

Apple sued by wiki publisher for “baseless” legal threat

by Jemima Kiss@guardian.co.uk Apple sued by an online publisher that claims it tried to stifle free speech by demanding removal of a wiki on how to bypass iTunes software and its DRM (continues@guardian.co.uk)

Core MySpace Executive Team “Definitely Out.” Expect Announcement Soon.

by Michael Arrington@ techcrunch.com An update to my post earlier today that News Corp., under new CEO of Digital Media Jonathan Miller, is looking to replace MySpace CEO and cofounder Chris DeWolfe. (continues@techcrunch.com)

Study finds pirates 10 times more likely to buy music

by Sean Michaels @ guardian.co.uk According to research, those who download ‘free’ music are also the industry’s largest audience for digital sales (continues@guardian.co.uk)

Job marketplace for quick online tasks

@Springwise.com There are countless employment sites out there that help companies fill full- and part-time jobs. Not included in most, however, are all the extra little tasks businesses often need to get done, but that aren’t enough to justify hiring another regular employee. (continues@Springwise.com)

Live Broadcast/ Eric Schmidt, CEO, Google

@ Newspaper Association of America (NAA)

Advertising is Failure

Digital guru Steve Rubel interviews Jeff Jarvis, author of “What Would Google Do?“ (continues@loudpoet.com)

Google and Music Labels Bet on Downloads in China

By DAVID BARBOZA (nytimes.com) Google is teaming with big record labels to let Chinese Web surfers freely download music using its site. It hopes to build traffic and win new advertisers. (continues@www.nytimes.com)

VIDEO: Britney Spears the next Candie’s girl

Apple’s iPhone, an Indian Flop, Prepares for China

By Mehul Srivastava@businessweek.com The failure of Apple’s iPhone to make a dent in India’s lucrative telecom market may hold lessons for its upcoming push in China (continues@businessweek.com)