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


TechCrunch notes that Cnet ( CNET - Get Report) is bleeding traffic.


Thevalueblogs.com puts together this week's portfolio of the top picks from the value-stocks-blogosphere.


Nothing wrong with owning an outdoor deck. And nothing wrong with being ecofriendly. Combining the two gets you Hilary Kramer's latest pick, Trex ( TWP).


24/7 Wall St thinks that big media is going to start chasing Google ( GOOG - Get Report).


Bloggingstocks has a short story about Parlux's ( PARL) foul odor.


A former engineer at Facebook spills the beans on the inner workings of the social network.


What's a better investment -- real estate or stocks?


Stockmasters has a realistic look at Atari ( ATAR).


10Q Detective, at risk to his mental health, gives an update on Force Protection ( FRPT - Get Report).


Dealbreaker notes the relationship between hedge funds and the art world.


Rising Dividend Investing wonders what Berkshire Hathaway ( BRKA) is worth anyway.


Mark Cuban gives some advice now on how big media should deal with all of these video sites.


On Thursday's "Mad Money" Jim Cramer stated, "The only big risk is in not buying the big tech names." Here are those names.


Well, I take it back (re: last week's favorite commercial ever): maybe this is the best commercial ever. Although, I also like this Coke commercial, only because I want to be like the people in that commercial, and to live in their world.

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