Daily Links 2/8/2011: Josh Kopelman joins GSI Commerce board

Rediscovering WWII's female 'computers' (CNN)

Ken Olsen, cofounder of Digital, dead at 84 (Boston Globe)

SAP preps 'huge' BI upgrade (Computerworld)

A Techie Explains Just What Happened With San Diego Comic Con 2011 Ticket Sales (Or Lack Of) (Bleeding Cool)
Post by Keith Fitzgerald, VP Engineering at Ticket Leap.

GSI Commerce Elects Josh Kopelman to its Board of Directors (Business Wire)

Was Eric Schmidt Wrong About the Historical Scale of the Internet? (Read Write Cloud)
RJMetrics cofounder Robert J. Moore gets to the bottom of it.

Kenexa Announces Financial Results for Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2010 (Business Wire)

Vishay's 4Q profit boosted by improving sales (AP via Bloomberg)

Bubble Bubble, Toil and Trouble – or Not? (Safeguard Scientifics Blog)

Airgas Ruling Still to Come (New York Times: DealBook)

Entercom Communications Corp. Reports Fourth Quarter and 2010 Annual Results
Announces 7% Increase in Same Station Net Revenue and 22% Increase in Free Cash Flow in Fourth Quarter
(Business Wire)