Daily Links 11/1/2010: Philly Facebook Apps Maker Stuzo acquired by Dachis Group

Dachis Group Acquires Stuzo
Dachis Group Adds Facebook Preferred Developer Services and Facebook Social Marketing Platform to Firm's Global Social Business Offering
Dachis Group Acquires Social Marketing Applications Developer Stuzo (TechCrunch)

For Broadband Carriers, Startup Ushers In A Cloud-y Future (Gigaom)
Comcast and Verizon invest in ConteXtream.

Cablevision-Fox Blackout May Raise Hurdles for Comcast-NBC Deal (Bloomberg)

Is Comcast’s Steve Burke About To Be The Most Important Name In Hollywood? (Forbes: Moneywood)

Where Are All The Cord Cutters? (Zatz Not Funny!)

Verizon Installs Moto's MediOS for TV Everywhere (Multichannel News)

Sprint CEO: Our 4G Strategy Is WiMAX, Full Stop! (Gigaom)

Dutch company flourishing in Tredyffrin office (Philly.com: Philly Inc)

Quality Systems Reports Fiscal 2011 Second Quarter Results
(Business Wire)
Quality Systems 2Q earnings rise but miss Street (AP via Business Week)
Quality Systems' principal business is NextGen Healthcare of Horsham.

Oracle finally gets SAP to trial, and maybe HP CEO (Reuters)

Oracle Seeks $2.3 Billion in SAP Download Trial (Bloomberg)

Three Reasons Why Venture Capitalists Are Investing in New York Startups (Wall Street Journal: Digits)

First Internet Guidelines from FDA Likely to Address Space Limitation Issue
(Pharma Marketing Blog)

Behind the Scenes: The Comcast Holiday Spectacular 2010 (Comcast Voices)