Hot Links: Last Linkfest of 2010

We’ve laughed, we’ve cried, we’ve linked and we’ve clicked…and now it’s time to close the book on 2010’s Hot Links posts.  But we’re going out with a bang, kids!

Even K-Mart wants to challenge Netflix.  That’ll be, umm, interesting.  (MarketBeat)

Blogger Rick Bookstaber on what he’s up to at his SEC post.  (Fortune)

It’s never too early to get your kids thinking like business people.  (AltucherConfidential)

JPMorgan sued for silver market manipulation.  (CafeAmericain)

John Carney asked me to fill in for him over at the CNBC NetNet blog this week…

Here’s my piece on the Muni CDS Sitdown that took place this week between the “Five Families”.  (NetNet)

And imagine if muni bonds were rated by the Zagat Guide…  (NetNet)

David Leonhardt on the Recovery that Wasn’t.  (NYT)

The secret behind all those amazing Rolling Stones songs?  Merck Cocaine it turns out.  (Forbes)

Felix on the housing bull/bear debate between Shilling and Ackman.  (FelixSalmon)

At this point, they’re basically throwing darts at a map and foreclosing at will.  (TBP)

The 20 Worst Songs of 2010 (yes, of course Train is on this list).  (VillageVoice)

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