The daily clickthroughs:

STATE OF THE PLANET: Paper bottles and old-growth logging

STUFF WE LIKE: Dealing with the blue screen of death

What’s new on the Crikey blogs:

CORPORATE ENGAGEMENT: The future of personal blogs

PLANE TALKING: UK government robs Qantas to “pay” Emirates

CROAKEY: Is Crikey’s register of influence a crap idea? Adam Cresswell, the health editor at The Australian, has had a critical look at Crikey’s register of influence, and doesn’t quite like what he sees.

ROOTED: The white paper about emissions. Will Rudd listen to Garnaut? Or the Climate Scientists? Or will he listen to the shrill cries from Woodside, Xstrata and the other big polluters?

CRIKEY SPORTS: AFL Draft 2008: The hype, the hope and pick 81

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VIDEO OF THE DAY: Rapper Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart make mashed potatoes. Surreal.

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