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Tuesday's Daily Blog Watch

What happened to VMWare, and is Al Gore going public?

Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.

Jim Cramer answers questions on

Transocean

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and more.

Whatthe heck happened

to

VMWare

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and

EMC

(EMC)

last night?

Is Al Gore

going public

?

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Mark Cuban wonders if

this is the best NBA season ever.

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System Trades of the Day.

This is a nice presentation from Crossing Wall Street of

theyield curve.

Check out

Hoku Scientific (HOKU) on Wall Strip

.

Roger Ehrenberg looks at how Ben Stein

might've lied with statistics in his recent conspiracy theory article.

Check out some research on

what's going on with the

Apple

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iPhone.

Zappos wants to be

Amazon

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when

itgrows up.

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