Daily Links 3/22/2012: Verizon Wireless/Cable deal gets blowback at Senate hearing

Comcast, Verizon face critics at Senate hearing (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Lawmakers fear Verizon Wireless deal with cable firms will limit consumers’ choices (Washington Post)

VZ for VOD? Don’t Bet on It, Says Bernstein (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Tech Talk Episode One: The Cloud(Comcast Voices/Official Comcast Blog)

AT&T, Comcast, Other ISPs Urged by U.S. to Step Up Cybersecurity on Home PCs (Bloomberg)

Company dumps SAP support for Rimini Street, funds projects with savings (SearchSAP)

Oracle, SAP getting rattled by the ‘Cloud’
Web-based software attracting bigger corporate customers

Discount retailer Five Below eyes IPO -sources (Reuters)
Philly-based company backed in part by LLR Partners, co-founded by Encore Books founder and former Zany Brainy CEO; article speculates that market value could exceed $1 billion.

Kembrel's Killer Business Model: A Pop-Up with Weekly Flash Sales (215 Magazine)

EHR cost debate heats up (Government Health IT)

AWS partners with open-source private cloud provider Eucalyptus (Computerworld)

A video aerial view of Apple's NC data center (The Unofficial Apple Weblog)

Yummly raises $6M to build its digital kitchen (Gigaom)
First Round Capital was a seed funder of Yummly; its founder, Dave Feller, goes back aways with Josh Kopelman to Half.com.

Dog Vacay Raises $1 Million in Seed Funding Lead by First Round Capital to Fuel Nationwide Expansion (PR Web)