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

Check out this great profile of Nassim Taleb, author of The Black Swan and Fooled by Randomness.

Why does Sirius ( SIRI) keep getting slammed? Cramer answers this question and others.

Would you buy this violin for $1 million?

According to the "Fast Money" guys, these are the stocks that will do well if we hit $4 a gallon for gas.

Wal-Mart ( WMT) makes its debut on Wallstrip.

Finally, is Apple ( AAPL) a buy here?

Whoever did this to an epilepsy message board has to be pure evil.

Cisco ( CSCO), Ciena ( CIEN) and more trigger the System Trades of the Day list.

Dividend Growth does its special dividend analysis on Clorox ( CLX).

If you want to disagree with someone use entrepreneur and VC Paul Graham's advice on how to disagree.

What was Wikipedia's 10 millionth article?

Stock Market Beat writes about why it's not high on Harley-Davidson ( HOG).

Stockerblog has the latest top-selling business and investing books.

Here are the latest top domain name prices.

Seeking Alpha thinks that there are two reasons to get excited about Coca-Cola ( KO) right now.

Take a look at this very lifelike animation.

Here are five reasons why the saying, "the customer is always right," is sometimes wrong.
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