Daily Digest for 2009-06-01

twitter (feed #3) 8:00am admin posted a tweet on My Twitter Feed.

GM out of Dow, Cisco in; Citgroup out, Travelers in. One "new economy" company and one old very old economy company join Dow 30
twitter (feed #3) 8:11am admin posted a tweet on My Twitter Feed.

I like the new Kindle service for viewing notes you’ve made in your books on the Web, but needs to be thing I can call from within Web pages
twitter (feed #3) 8:27am admin posted a tweet on My Twitter Feed.

"Being famous is not all it’s cracked up to be," says doc after Susan Boyle melts down. http://bit.ly/NWtwv I’ll pass on celebrity, thanks
twitter (feed #3) 8:34am admin posted a tweet on My Twitter Feed.

"This next $30B" to GM-which owes $172 billion to creditors-is good money after bad. GM needs to face reality now http://bit.ly/oJlfW
twitter (feed #3) 8:38am admin posted a tweet on My Twitter Feed.

Beware search engines becoming ebook publishers–Google will shape results to drive revenue, not representative views. http://bit.ly/QCQp4
twitter (feed #3) 8:39am admin posted a tweet on My Twitter Feed.

@stevie_glas If Skoda buys out the U.S. government-owned position at break-even or a profit, I’ll be happy.
twitter (feed #3) 8:41am admin posted a tweet on My Twitter Feed.

@eburnette bankruptcy with $30B more from the feds isn’t really bankruptcy. It’s a kind of sustained reorganization at taxpayer expense
twitter (feed #3) 8:45am admin posted a tweet on My Twitter Feed.

Reagan and a generation of conservative fiscal pimping of private gain as public wealth, set the stage for this crisis. http://bit.ly/GppDY
twitter (feed #3) 8:47am admin posted a tweet on My Twitter Feed.

@mikeorren fame and celebrity are diverging, don’t you think? Fame can be enduring, earned, celebrity is all now/novelty behavior
twitter (feed #3) 7:20pm admin posted a tweet on My Twitter Feed.

There is a very great deal that we simply don’t need to know. Knowing what we need to know, and knowing it well, is what creates value.

Author: Mitch Ratcliffe

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