Daily Links 10/5/2011: Comcast, FiOS access for subscribers through Xbox 360 announced

Benioff Enjoys the Spotlight, Even When It Is Turned Off (New York Times: Bits)

Oracle Fusion Applications Are Finally Generally Available (PC World)

HP and SAP Accelerate Cloud Deployments for Clients (Business Wire)

Microsoft expected to team up with Comcast and Verizon on pay TV via Xbox Live (VentureBeat)

Verizon And Microsoft Partner Up For Live TV On The Xbox 360 (TechCrunch)
Nothing on Comcast yet.
Update: Here is the announcement which includes Comcast.
Welcome to the Xbox 360, Comcast! (Comcast Voices|Official Comcast Blog)
Microsoft TV is About Cable Testing IP (Zatz Not Funny!)

Controller calls Philadelphia's 311 call center "a glorified answering service" (Philadelphia Inquirer)

How not to launch a custom tablet (ZDNet Blogs)
Columnist describes his experience with Philadelphia Media Network's new Android tablet.

CEO's Corner: QVC's Mike George on the Shopping Channel's Big Plans (Daily Finance)

Web Host SunGard Expands Philadelphia Data Center (Web Host Industry Review)

ConEdison Solutions and Viridity Energy Join Forces to Expand Beyond Demand Response
'Energy Optimization' Empowers End-Users to Leverage Technology to Transform Themselves Into Energy Suppliers

Harleysville's IT Successes Will Benefit Nationwide - Harleysville CIO (Insurance & Technology)

Top-Level Companies Recruit Philadelphia Agency 20nine to Fuel Growth (PR Newswire)