Cheap Stocks takes a look at vacation property stock, St. Joe ( JOE).
This search engine really strikes me as very 1999. And yet, Publishers Clearinghouse just bought it in a cash deal. Come to think of it, I'm going to start using it.
DealBreaker on Deepak Chopra on Warren Buffett.
Groovy Stocks points out an interesting Internet-technology company with a P/E of 9.5.
MySpace is now the No. 1 trafficked site, beating out Yahoo!, Google, eBay, etc. 1999 is just such old news.
Speaking of which, GigaOM weighs in on how "socially integrated media" will eventually dominate traditional media and that guys from the traditional world, like Rupert Murdoch, might, in fact, get it.
And further speaking of which, rev2org just posted the "top 33 places to hang out in the social networking era."
I wonder if I can buy stock in this bank.
This is a very long but a fascinating summary of how Google ( GOOG) works.
Wow, I couldn't even answer one question. I really need to get my head away from the computer occasionally.
I've been doing a lot of public speaking lately, and the process of getting a group of people to pay attention to you and occasionally laugh has become very interesting to me. Guy Kawasaki is dead-on in his How to Get a Standing Ovation.
Finally, some common sense on the national debt. As opposed to this panic monger.
I'm working on a list of stocks that one can buy now in anticipation of this event.