Daily Links 3/31/2010: Tierney says won't turn Philly papers over to "hedge funds"

CBS Affiliates 'Concerned' About Comcast-NBCU Deal (The Wrap)

QlikTech Responds to Enterprise Demand with Launch of Global QlikView Scalability Center (PR Newswire)

Does StreamWork Give a Picture of SAP's Future? (Read Write Enterprise)

Larry Ellison's Nightmare: 10 Ways SAP Can Beat Oracle (Information Week: Global CIO)

Tierney: I'm not going to turn Philly's papers over to hedge funds that want to strip and flip them (Poynter Online: Romenesko)

Megapath And Covad Announce Merger
No terms announced -- to close sometime during Q3
(Broadband Reports)

600,000 Mentoring Grant to Spur Interest in Computer Science for Students of All Ages (Penn Almanac)

USA Technologies Launches ePort Wireless Test Kit for Vending, Unattended POS Markets
Solution Tests for Optimum Signal Strength for Cashless Payment and Communications Efficiency
(Business Wire)

Three Trends Expected to Be Hot Topics at SunGard Higher Education’s Annual User Conference, SunGard Summit (Business Wire)

Start-Up Aims to Be a Hub for Location Data (New York Times: Bits)
Backed by First Round Capital.