FSJ Weekend Update

We read the blogs, so you don’t have to.  From the FSJ News Center:  The official White House website goes open-source. Sergey Brin does the Battelle show.  Apple passes on the low-end market.  Apparently burgers and Win7 go well together.  Tonight, YouTube becomes, uh, U2ube.
The Obama administration goes open-source with their website code.  (Yahoo! News)

Sergey stops by the Web 2.0 Summit, and dig those socks.  Or shoes?
And no, he didn’t try to buy Twitter. (Business Insider)

Apple says $999.00 is as low as we go…for now.  (CNET)

In-N-Out Burger is a west coast tradition.  You can order from their menu, or the secret menu.  You can also go completely off the reservation with your own Win7 party. (SmugBlog)

In more burger news, let’s go to Japan for some truly hard-core Win7 burger action. ワンダー場合、彼らが投げた?(“Wonder if they threw up?”) (YouTube)

Kindle will have company under the tree this Christmas. (MarketWatch)

Let’s say a fond farewell to Web 1.0 stalwart GeoCities, closing shop Monday. (Computerworld)

Tonight at 8:30pm PT, Bono and U2 take over the Interwebs. (YouTube)