Wednesday, May 5, 2010

News & Links List

"Facebook’s Paul Buchheit justifies increasing openness, less privacy" VentureBeat

"Sean Parker: Facebook Should Not Have Won, MySpace Blew It" Fast Company

"Something Is Brewing At BumpTop, Possible Google Acquisition (Update: Confirmed)" TechCrunch

"Blizzard announces July 27 release for StarCraft II" CNET
Help! Major time killer arriving on our computers.

"The Curious Case Of Vancouver Incubator Bootup Labs" TechCrunch

"Advice From Founders Who Bootstrapped Their Way to Success" TechCrunch

"BrandZ Top 100 Global Brands Confirms Tech Is Taking Over the World" Fast Company

"Luxury goods are not only status symbols - they provide psychological armour as well" London Business School

"More Americans Favor Than Oppose Arizona Immigration Law" Gallup

"Arizona's Un-American Immigration Law" Forbes, Shikha Dalmia

"Why Arizona Drew a Line" NYTimes, Kris W. Kobach

"Arizona: The Wrong Answer" The Huffington Post, Desmond Tutu

"Mr. Buffett Goes to Bat for Goldman, Moody's" WSJ

"Goldman Sachs and Abacus 2007-AC1: A Look Beyond the Numbers" Knowledge@Wharton

"Goldman Sachs Money for Obama Wins at Monopoly" AEI, Kevin A. Hassett

"GOP Should Push Tough Regulation of Wall Street" AEI, Michael Barone

"How much is too much, Barry?" American Thinker

"What Happens to Offshore Drilling After the Gulf Oil Spill?" Fast Company

"Unanswered Questions on the Spill" NYTimes

"Betrayed by the NHS: Doctor who gave her life to health service is refused vital cancer drugs that could save her" Mail Online

"North Korea has plenty of doctors: WHO" Reuters

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