This story was written by Alex Ferreyra.
» Looks like 30 Rock and The Office won’t be the only popular shows available for streaming on Netflix (NSDQ: NFLX). As part of its deal with Disney (NYSE: DIS), the DVD distributor has begun streaming ABC shows like Lost and Desperate Housewives. [AdAge]
» There are a few websites whose failure could cost them millions of dollars. One of them is PayPal, which went down last night—and parent company eBay (NSDQ: EBAY) could be liable for millions of dollars in reinbursement fees. [TechCrunch]
» The military has banned soldiers from using Twitter, MySpace and Facebook. [Wired]
» If the AP’s current system of charging for using any of its content (over four words) is any sign of how its digital copyright will work, things could get messy. [TechDirt]
» Brett Peterson has built an internet business out of coming up with titles for writers’ manuscripts. [NY Observer]
By Alex Ferreyra