Daily Links 9/1/2010: Sprint ponders possible T-Mobile investment in Clearwire

Kenexa To Acquire Salary.com In $80 Million Deal (TechCrunch)

Three Things Investors May or May Not Like About Kenexa Buying Salary.com (Seeking Alpha)

Philly union says Tierney-could-return rumor is false (Poynter Online: Romenesko)

Startup Incubator TechStars Invades New York City (TechCrunch)

Report: Apple TV to launch with Netflix (CNET News)

Tiny New Apple TV Costs $99, 99-Cent TV Rentals Confirmed (GigaOM)

Sprint debates rival Clearwire investor: report (Reuters)

Clearwire, Sprint, Comcast break Boston's 4G floodgate (Mass High Tech)

Comcast Takes 100-Meg Internet Down Jersey Shore
Business Service Based on DOCSIS 3.0 Priced at $369.95 Per Month
(Multichannel News)
Great for surfing.

FCC Asks for More Feedback on Net Neutrality
(IDG via New York Times)

Complex SAP project expected to succeed
Airgas expects many millions in annual benefits, in contrast to recent SAP failures in Marin County and elsewhere
(Network World)

Viridity Energy and the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) Awarded $900,000 from the State of Pennsylvania for Innovative Project to Recycle Energy Produced by Electric Public Transit (Business Wire)

A Smart House at Drexel University in Philadelphia Is a Living Laboratory of Sustainability (Forbes: The CSR Blog)

Motorola Unit to Be Spun Off With $3.5 Billion (Bloomberg)

Healthfirst to Use Portico Systems Solutions to Transform Contracting Process (Insurance & Technology)