The Last Remaining NYC Record Stores

Does anyone go to record stores anymore?

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Courtesy of NYT

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Source:
Record Stores Fight to Be Long-Playing
BEN SISARIO
NYT, April 18, 2008   
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/04/18/arts/music/18reco.html

Category: Digital Media, Music

Except at Gas Pump, Not Much Spending Going On

Category: Inflation, Retail

Are Markets Leading or Lagging Indicators ?

Category: Contrary Indicators, Economy, Markets, Psychology, Technical Analysis, Trading

Wall Street Political Donations

Category: Politics

Fear of Missing A Rally

Category: Commodities, Credit, Energy, Finance, Markets, Trading

Aggregating the Aggregators

Over the past few weeks, I have featured several economics/market web aggregators. They all tend to have a focus on business, though many come from overall aggregators that have tabs for  different topics.

Since I like to recursively get all meta on you, here’s my aggregation of all a few dozen blog aggregators, primarily in the Business, Tech and Video space:

(Let me know in the comments which ones I missed, if any . . .)

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click on any of these to be taken to their site
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Abnormal Returns
Abnormal_returns

Alltop
Alltop

Bloglines
Bloglines


Blogniscient
Blogniscient

BlogRolling

Blogrolling

the DailyTube
Daily_tube

Digg Business/Finance
Digg


Economics Roundtable

Economics_roundtable

Feedbite
Feedbite

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Category: Web/Tech, Weblogs

Google’s Black Box

Category: Earnings, Web/Tech

Disappearing Economic Indicators

Category: Data Analysis, Employment, Psychology, Taxes and Policy, Wages & Income

Soros Says Commodity ‘Bubble’ Still in ‘Growth Phase’

Category: Commodities, Psychology

Big Picture Upgrade & Redesign

Category: Weblogs