Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs. As always,
24/7 Wall Street believes Ciena ( CIEN) should go on the block.
DealBreaker interviews uber ex-analyst-turned-hedge-fund-manager turned-author Andy Kessler.
Closed-End Funds Blog thinks that now might be the time to get muni-bond closed-end funds.
I haven't watched these videos, so I was happy when Fat Pitch Financials gave the full rundown on the three-show series Charlie Rose did on Warren Buffett.
Jeff Matthews Is Not Making This Up wonders why things should change so much from " back in the day" (i.e., six months ago).
I'm breaking out my notebook and heading to a cafe to think of some ideas for Mark Cuban's challenge.
DealBreaker looks at how crack dealers are like cable companies. And Freakonomics believes crack addicts are more like stray dogs.
TechCrunch looks at how yet another video startup causes the end of TV, although Blogging Stocks claims MTV still has its groove.
Kottke.org reviews Julian Dibbell's book Play Money. The whole idea of real currency in artificial worlds boggles my mind. And speaking of fantasy money, BlogShares is a fantasy stock market that values blogs based on their incoming links. Here are the top 100 blogs ranked by valuation.
Inspirational post of the day.
VCs put almost $1 billion into Internet startups during the first quarter. SiliconBeat has the complete list.
I want to learn to yodel now.