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

Is Amazon ( AMZN - Get Report) the next IBM ( IBM - Get Report)?

Mashable talks up the social networking site of the day, this one about cars.

The Microcap Speculator dives into Excel Maritime ( EXM).

Seeking Alpha summarizes the bull and bear cases on the homebuilder stocks. But Stephen Roach, in particular, thinks the bursting of the bubble could be a very big deal.

One Guy asks Google ( GOOG - Get Report) what's with the cash? And TechCrunch describes Google's version of Office 2.0.

Investment Ideas notes the insider buying at Leucadia ( LUK).

A great look at all of Microsoft's ( MSFT - Get Report) acquisitions in the past year.

SINLetter suggests an interesting ETF that covers the Dogs of the Dow.

Very interesting: an ETF that hedges against your home value decreasing.

Finally, someone thinks eBay ( EBAY - Get Report) is a buy.

What a difference 25 years makes (in India).

Value Blogger breaks down activist play Credence ( CMOS).

Seth Godin thinks he's found the long tail.

First we saw Lazy Sunday, a spoof on rapping and the Chronicles of Narnia. Now we have Oscar Sunday.

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