Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.
They said the love couldn't last, but
YouTube is thriving
are on the
Where have they all gone?
Compete compares the Internet all-stars of 2001
with the top Web sites from right now.
does its expert valuation analysis
Paul Kedrosky writes on
how to make money from water
Who is on the 52-week low list and, more important,
Paid Content discusses
(a Chinese competitor to
) could mean for
Sramana Mitra analyzes
Tim Sykes has
the only $2 billion company he'll ever recommend buying
has been a horrible stock,
the next Google
SINLetter goes on a quest for a 6% yield and
comes up with some interesting picks
I absolutely need to have the "Steampunk" computer mentioned in
this week's Good Life Blog Watch
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