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What's disturbing is that within hours of visiting me and my wife, Stephen Dubner at Freakonomics wrote

this blog post

.

Now even

The New Yorker

is in the

Activist Track game

.

Diamonds could be

forever

: a look at

Blue Nile

(NILE)

.

CXO Advisory examines Dow Theory guru

Richard Russell's

track record.

Blogging Stocks looks at

Time Warner's

(TWX)

upside surprise

.

Every pundit has its favorite moving average. Investor Geeks looks at the

most popular moving averages

in the blogosphere.

I've written bullishly on

Massey Energy

( MEE) in the past. Investment Ideas by Yaser Anwar has

a different take

.

Mmm

.

Yet

another look

at

Burger King

(BKC)

,

and another

.

Stephen Colbert made live changes to Wikipedia on his show and

caused chaos

on the site.

I have a bet going that YouTube will get bought for over $1 billion. So

this article

is encouraging to me.

Can you guys

make a deal already

? I'm dying for content. I'll pay the extra dollar if you can get it done before my trip to China.

OK,

this

has happened to all of us.

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