It’s been a very busy Monday on Read/WriteWeb – so here’s a recap of the day’s posts, plus Network highlights:

Top News

Attention – NewsGator and Bloglines Join APML Workgroup (Marshall)

Discovery Purchasing HowStuffWorks for $250 Million (Josh)

AdBrite: Full Page “Skip This Ad” Units Now Available for Everyone (Marshall)

On Copyright: YouTube Punts (Marshall); related: YouTube’s new video identification system places burden on copyright holders (last100)

Adobe Partners with BBC on Streaming Video (Josh); related: BBC partners with Adobe to add iPlayer streaming option; Mac and Linux will be supported (last100)

HypeMachine Readies a Relaunch of Its Popular MP3 Service (Marshall)

Pew: Most Kids Online Not Threatened by Strangers (Marshall)

Blog Action Day

The Top 35 Environmental Blogs (Josh)

BadBuster Helps You Identify the Greenest Companies (Josh)

Five environmental Internet TV offerings (last100)

Mobile 2.0

Richard was at he Mobile 2.0 event today in San Francisco. Here are his posts:

Mobile 2.0 – The 7th Mass Media & Business Opportunities

Mobile 2.0 Launch Pad Part 1

Mobile 2.0 Launch Pad Part 2

Taptu Launches New Type of Mobile Search

AltSearchEngines is also on the conference circuit this week – ASE editor Charles Knight is in NYC for the Search Marketing Expo – SMX.