This is the first Weekly Wrapup for year 2009. These posts are aggregation of whatever has happened for the past week or so between 28th December 2008 – 3rd January, 2009 in Web, Marketing, Technology and few more interesting stuff that surfaced in the past week. As mentioned earlier, I’ll be posting a weekly wrapup of whatever is happening in Web, Technology, Advertising, Marketing, Social Media and many more interesting stuff.

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So this week’s happenings are as follows:

1. Microsoft to cut 15,000 jobs (apparently)

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The rumor that Microsoft was set to lay off people on January 15th, 2009 is no longer a rumor but a fact. Staff at Microsoft have been informed that the company is readying major layoffs to its worldwide operations and it’s not a small cut, either.

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Currently Microsoft employs about 90,000 people across the world and from what we’re hearing, some 15,000 of those are expected to be giving marching orders come January 15th. That’s almost 17 percent of Microsoft’s total work force, not exactly a small number. (FYI)

2. Hulu telecasted live streaming of New years from New York’s Times Square

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Hulu provided free live streaming video of the times square ball dropping event. Earthcam.com and TimesSquare.com is provided a free live stream of the new year celebrations.

3. Gawker Media sells Consumerist.com

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Nick Denton has shed another blog from Gawker Media’s roster. The Consumers Union, which publishes Consumer Reports, has bought Consumerist.com for an undisclosed sum. Denton is also planning to sell Defamer.com, a site that’s been trying to tap into the Hollywood entertainment scene.

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All Things Digital reports that Consumerist may have sold for something in the “mid-six figure range,” and that BuzzNet would be a likely suitor for Defamer.

4. New Web Syndication with brings RSS to you and no Subscription

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Ambient News, which is written by Mozilla developer Atul Varma and currently available as an alpha release, tracks your browsing habits and learns which sites you visit most frequently. The add-on then pulls headlines from those sites and displays them for you — in a vertical list that gently fades in — every time you open a blank tab. Try out the alpha by downloading it from Atul’s website.

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By the way, if you’ve missed my 2009 prediction post, then here is the list: 1, 2, 3 and a trackback of 2008.

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