Daily Links 8/17/2010: Lower Merion School District won't face Federal charges in webcam case

Survey of viewers shows extent of TV time shifting (AP via Google News)

Wall Street lukewarm to Hulu IPO plans
Raising capital could make website more competitive
(The Hollywood Reporter)

Global CIO: IBM & Oracle Expose Hewlett-Packard's Achilles' Heel (Information Week)

SAP Americas Headquarters Achieves Certification as Pennsylvania's Largest 'LEED Platinum' Building
(PR Newswire)

First Round Capital joins the TaskRabbit Team! (TaskRabbit Blog)
First Round Capital's latest investment, TaskRabbit, is currently operating in Boston and San Francisco.

Stream TV Prepares to Introduce Groundbreaking 7-Inch Mobile Tablet With Android OS (PR Newswire)
Not quite sure who or what is behind this yet, but it is apparently based in the Philly area.

Data worth more in health mergers than software (ZDNet Blogs)

Ingenix Continues Buying Spree (Health Data Management)

Spying school district won’t face charges (FT.com: Tech Blog)

Urban Outfitters 2Q net income climbs 46 percent (AP via Business Week)

Traver Out as Comcast Media Center Chief
(Light Reading Cable)