Monday's Daily Tidbits brings you news from Stickam and its intention to bring an API to the Web site owners. Hot or Not now has a Twitter clone.
"Obama Girl" is still here. Her coverage of the inauguration will be streamed live starting Monday on Stickam.
Also: Picnik inks a deal with Wetpaint publishing services; Cooliris raises $15 million; and Collective Media raises $20 million in funding.
The New York Times reports that the live video chat Web site Stickam.com has corporate ties with a pornography producer. As this story begins to unfold, Stickam's practices alone raise serious child abuse concerns.
Andrew Cuomo, a frequent critic of safety on social networks like Facebook and MySpace, partners with them on a filtering tool to prevent child porn from being uploaded to their servers.
As the Obama administration takes hold in Washington, D.C., Don Reisinger details some technologies that could help, if only...
YouCams lets you chat with video, text, and voice. All within an embed. Neat.
MySpace is at it again, blocking third-party services from sharing content on the site. What's next for the social networking juggernaut?
Meebo releases supersimple site chat
Foonz is a free conference line that uses SMS and IM to corral people together.