Daily Links 11/30/2010: Level 3/Comcast debate continues

Level 3: Comcast Erected Web Video 'Toll Booth' (Light Reading Cable)

What The Comcast/Level 3 Fracas Is Really About: Money (TechCrunch)

Level 3: Comcast Doesn't Have Right To Set Pricing For Network Access
Backbone Internet Provider Asserts the Dispute Is Not Over Peering Terms
(Multichannel News)

A Play by Play on the Comcast and Level 3 Spat (Gigaom)

Did Level 3 Know What It Was Getting Into? (Light Reading Cable)

Zoom Complaint Targets Comcast Modem Cert Process
Vendor Asserts MSO's Process Discourages Retail Sales of Modems
(Multichannel News)

MyYearbook Introduces Realtime Social Gaming With Video Chat (TechCrunch)

Job losses as Motorola Home EMEA restructures (Broadband TV News)
Don't know yet whether this is also going to happen at Motorola Home in Horsham.

MapQuest Founder on the Past, Present and Future of Location Tech [INTERVIEW] (Mashable)
Interesting interview with Barry Glick, who started MapQuest as a cartograhpic service of RR Donnelley in Lancaster.

SAP's Hana Speeds the Database Race
The German company's new software takes aim at the emerging market for pre-integrated hardware-software "appliances"
(Bloomberg Business Week)

SAP Delivers on Road Map to Build On-Demand Ecosystem, Signs on First Solution Resellers for SAP Business ByDesign (PR Newswire)

With Oracle-SAP trial over, third-party maintenance questions remain (SearchSAP.com)