- Ecuador's Correa kicks off second presidential term [CNN.com] – "Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa was sworn in for a second term on Monday, reaffirming in a speech his dedication to the country's poor and accusing the media of aiding his critics."
- NYT: "Thailand Won't Extradite Suspected Arms Dealer." Unclear whether Viktor Bout will now be released. –
- "Facebook Takes FriendFeed To Take On Twitter," from TechCrunch. "This was a talent acquisition." –
- "Verdict Expected in Burmese Leader's Case" [NYTimes] Aung San Suu Kyi verdict expected Tues. morning (today) local time. –
- "Suu Kyi Supporters Consider New Tactics" [WSJ.com] –
- "A small, gentle question that could change your life," [GoodExperience.com] –
- "The Wire"s Snoop is on twitter RT @BmoreSnoop I need more followers everybody tell a friends that Snoop is on twitter its goin down –