Hot Links: Year of the Rabbit
- Joshua M Brown
- January 1st, 2011
How's your head feeling today? Let's do some links...
A trader sets his goals for 2011. (DerekHernquist)
Weekend Must-Read: Searching for the Truth in an Age of Disingenuousness (TBP)
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is coming up this week...
Eric Savitz says to expect Tablet Mania. (Forbes)
And big tech announcements are coming from Ford, Toyota and Reese's Pieces (not a typo). (PCMag)
James Altucher: Articles I'm Sick of Writing Every Year (we've all read a million of these). (AltucherConfidential)
Michael Bigger: How can you trade if you don't have a blog? A brilliant connection. (BiggerCapital)
The facade of the Playboy Mansion ripped away - it's a whorehouse/prison that reeks of urine. (DailyMail)
Patton Oswalt: Wake Up Geek Culture, Time to Die. (Wired)
Restaurant owners look at Groupon and other internet coupon sites as "vultures". (BostonHerald)
In case you missed my comparison of TheStreet.com to Motown Records, Barry re-ran it yesterday. (TBP)
I also did a Bull & Bear New Years Resolutions piece for CNBC that might be helpful. (NetNet)
The origins of the Tournament of Roses Parade. (LittleBitsOfHistory)
Drop-dead gorgeous photos of New Years Eve around the world. (TheBigPicture)
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