Daily Links 9/8/2010: RIGHTNETWORK launches

Network for conservative entertainment launches (AP via Google News)
RIGHTNETWORK Launches Nationwide
Multi-Platform Entertainment Network for Right-Minded Americans Delivers New VOD Programming, Online Portal and Mobile Content
(PR Newswire)
No, Comcast is not behind this, though Comcast-Spectacor Chairman Ed Snider is as an individual investor. And Philly's Red Tettemer has handled the launch campaign.
(Update: A RIGHTNETWORK media representative confirms that it will be based in Philadelphia.)

Careerminds Receives Venture Capital Funding (PR Newswire)

SAP To Deploy Up To 17,000 iPads In 12 Months (ZDNet Blogs)

SAP partner launches cloud-based mobile app service
Leapfactor announces several free App Store enterprise apps

Comcast Gets Texty
Operator Launches COMCAST4U SMS Text Messaging Service
(Multichannel News)

Court allows warrantless cell location tracking (CNET News)
Decision of a three-judge panel of the Third Circuit in Philadelphia.

Federal Reserve Board Beige Book: Third District--Philadelphia, September 8, 2010 (Federal Reserve Board)

Knowledge Rules Implements Innovative Cloud Computing Solution to Refactor Legacy Applications for BNP Paribas Global Banking Network (PR Newswire)