Sunday Hot Links: Colonel Sanders Must Die

I have some serious linkage to catch up, let’s do a Sunday linkfest…

David Carr’s 10 rules for polite smartphone/social media use is pretty funny.  (NYT)

Matt Taibbi’s stuff should be treated more like poetry than journalism.  (DealJournal)

Inside Glencore’s trading culture:  “They’re a special breed, likened to robots or followers of a religious sect, such is their unflinching dedication.”  (Reuters)

The Fly is doing some home renovating: “As a matter of fact, f*** this house entirely. ‘Knock it down and try it again,’ is my motto.”  (iBankCoin)

The online poker prodigy who’s just torn down his own industry.  (BusinessInsider)

A look at Dan Loeb’s portfolio and Third Point’s predilection for MLP spin-offs.  (MarketFolly)

The White House releases a new app that lets you track how your tax dollars are being spent.  (TheHill)

Google’s corporate culture?  A free-for-all for spoiled brats.  (SlopeOfHope)

Two technicians can read the same chart and come to two conclusions.  (ArmoTrader)

Dykstra in the news again.  Oh Lenny, what are we gonna do with you?!?  (LAT)

Checking in with Team Mubarak…in prison.  (NYT)

Once upon a time, Kentucky Fried Chicken’s Colonel was recieveing death threats according to newly released FBI records.  Twas definitely about the 11 herbs and spices secret.  (TIME)

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