Friday's Daily Blog Watch - TheStreet

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

With all of the gambling arrests lately, 24/7 Wall Street notes that

Cryptologic

( CRYP) has

seemed impervious.

Think SATs, think China, think enormously profitable:

New Oriental Education

(EDU) - Get Report

goes public.

Bloggingstocks looks at

eBay's

(EBAY) - Get Report

top 20 competitors and wonders why they don't combine.

Does playing golf and being a good CEO

mix?

Thirty year stock charts just don't get any better than this.

SINLetter takes a

closer look at

RealNetworks

(RNWK) - Get Report

,

Imax

(IMAX) - Get Report

, and

Western Digital

(WDC) - Get Report

Great analysis of

YouTube's revenues

from Weblogs founder Jason Calacanis.

Dealbreaker tries to get to the bottom of the

latest Buffett story in the news.

Hitwise looks at the stats of

howardstern.com vs. the

Sirius

(SIRI) - Get Report

and

XM

( XMSR) Web sites.

GigaOm points out some interesting results when looking at

what games sell.

Wow, once again I'm going to link to a great

reading list for investors that has no mention ofmy three books.

Even the Buffett list doesn't mention my

Trade LikeWarren Buffett

. Where did I go wrong? That said, this is a great listof must-read books.

Analysis of the day: why

Verizon

(VZ) - Get Report

looks cheap.

I've never seen anyone

dothis

with a guitar.

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