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

The Average Joe Investor casts a skeptical eye on Adobe's ( ADBE - Get Report) "non-GAAP" earnings.

GameFinance thinks Atari ( ATAR) has no way to avoid Chapter 11. (This article was found via the Festival of Stocks).

Right before considering an IPO, Segway gets slapped with a product callback.

Point /Counterpoint: Blogcritics writes the 10 things that will happen to newspapers and Dead2.0 has the 10 things that will not happen to newspapers.

Dividend Guy wonders if Ford ( F - Get Report) is now a value play.

Wow, Kohl's ( KSS - Get Report) has had 10 up days in a row. Tickersense looks at all the streaks.

The complete map of Web 2.0 companies.

TechCrunch has the most interesting prediction market I've seen.

Stocks and Blogs identifies the cheapest of the homebuilders.

Blogging Stocks interviews Marketocracy's Ken Kam and gets his top stock ideas.

Financial Rx takes a look at some interesting correlations with the S&P 500.

Accrued Interests asks out loud if the U.S. is bankrupt.

Price Action Signals develops an interesting indicator based on the NY Mets getting into the World Series.

Is Overstock ( OSTK - Get Report) compelling at these levels?

Barron's blog loves Verisign ( VRSN - Get Report), thanks to the sale of the Jamba business.

Amazing: if you like the video game Tetris and you enjoy listening to piano music, check out the Tetris theme meets the piano.

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