Daily Digest for 2009-04-27

twitter (feed #3) 11:27am admin posted a tweet on My Twitter Feed.

investing idea: with a "pandemic" scare (hope it is just a scare) comes surge in web meetings. Long CSCO, CTXS.
lastfm (feed #8) 11:31am admin scrobbled a song on My Ears.

twitter (feed #3) 11:32am admin posted a tweet on My Twitter Feed.

@howardgr I’d also be interested in why people decided not to buy, a particular car or not to buy at all. We can help one another save, too.
lastfm (feed #8) 11:40am admin scrobbled a song on My Ears.

lastfm (feed #8) 11:43am admin scrobbled a song on My Ears.

twitter (feed #3) 11:53am admin posted a tweet on My Twitter Feed.

Fascinating Nature article on nested ecosystems, minimizing competition (sustainability) and measuring nestedness. http://bit.ly/ghi2S
twitter (feed #3) 3:05pm admin posted a tweet on My Twitter Feed.

@howardgr FB can’t be trusted with that — no ad-model co. can — the data is personal in ways that need more protection from marketing
twitter (feed #3) 7:22pm admin posted a tweet on My Twitter Feed.

Excerpt from my book on the future of books. I’d love to hear your ideas in comments: http://blogs.zdnet.com/Ratcliffe/?p=403
twitter (feed #3) 7:41pm admin posted a tweet on My Twitter Feed.

@mkapor Maybe both. Twitter lets the paranoid be popular, a remarkable human breakthrough.
twitter (feed #3) 7:57pm admin posted a tweet on My Twitter Feed.

@mkapor We may skirt swine flu in SL, but we’ll get all the fear of swine flu there nonetheless.

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