Monday's Daily Blog Watch

What this credit crisis has taught us, and the 2 million missing iPhones.
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Gatesfinally trumps Jobs

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Howard Lindzon writes about

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Information Arbitrage has a piece on

whatthis credit crisis has taught us.

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Paul Kedrosky finds some optimism

inthe housing market.

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2 millionmissing iPhones.

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