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Appropriately for this column, TraderFeed writes about

the value of looking at market blogs.

Domain name specialist Adam Rabiner takes a look at

domain name horder Marchex.

BloggingStocks explains

Morningstar's $45 price target on eBay.

Continuing its review, Fat Pitch Financials checks out

the micro-cap wide-moat companies.

Great, great review of the whole

Lonelygirl15 phenom. And

here's more

.

You know what, I think Jeff Matthews

actually is making it up

. Did he really visit all of those Dollar General stores?

Entrepeneur Evan Williams (founder of Blogger and Odeo) talks about

how Odeo screwed up

.

Equity Investment Ideas breaks down

Best Buy's earnings

.

Please ... stop ... Burning...

jealousy

...

Review of the China Blogosphere

: My favorite activist fund steps up the action in

Agile Software

.

MicroPersuasion points to

Viral Video Chart

, which indexes the most talked about videos. I thought I was doing that, though, with

my video blog

.

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