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Weekend Blog Watch

Nanotech stocks, fried Coke and 50 fun things to do with your iPod.

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

Purely as a result of a vanity search, I stumbled across a blog post that mentions a great list of

demographically motivated stocks in the death industry

.

Stockpickr has a list of

Nanotech Spectacular Stocks: Class of 2006

.

Will

News Corp.

's

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MySpace bury all of the other

dating sites

?

Ticker Sense has a great post on stocks that are worth looking at due to

insider buying

TheStreet Recommends

.

SeekingAlpha plucks out

the most important quote

in

Google's

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conference call.

Does

Time Warner

(TWX)

want to

buy Cablevision

?

I admire

RealMoney

contributor Paul Kedrosky for always homing in on

the best online statistics

. In this case, he's found interesting numbers on online video usage.

With sometimes obtuse language, CXO Advisory looks at the research

on fading gaps

.

This seems disgusting

, but I sort of want some. Interesting how bloggingstocks somehow relates it to the stock market.

The purge begins:

YouTube deletes 29,549 Japanese videos

.

Stockmasters is exuberant

about growth stock ViroPharma

(VPHM)

.

Buyout king Ron Perelman just scored big on

SIGA

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.

It's interesting to see his other top holdings

.

In case you need suggestions, here are 50 fun things

to do with your iPod

.

Well,

it doesn't get cuter than this

.

At the time of publication, Altucher and/or his fund held none of the stocks mentioned, although positions may change at any time.

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