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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Barry: Just Say No to Content Farms.  (TBP)

There’s a bubble in bubble-calling.  (Observer)

Long/short hedgies are very curious about how they can read the signals of social media.  (HowardLindzon)

Michael Arrington on the spaminess of Google: “Search still sucks.”  (TechCrunch)

Stock Rabbi: Top-callers are throwing in the schmata.  (Mixtape)

Mike O’Rourke’s last BTIG missive.  (Clusterstock)

The China Forest scam suckered some smart money, yo.  (FTAlphaville)

The Weakonomist’s classic from Valentines Day last year.  (Weakonomics)

The Austrian School dismantles the taxpayer-supported NFL and its dual business model.  (Mises.org)

I only half-agree with Felix Salmon’s Dead End Markets op-ed.  (NYT)

My daily linkfest for financial advisers is in full effect:  (WSJFA)

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