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Social Media Regulations for the Financial Industry (finally)

Last week FINRA issued Regulatory Notice 10-06 to finally address how those it regulates can participate in social media. Anyone regulated by FINRA already knows this, and I've got nothing new to say about the notice.

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The Triumph of Snail Mail?

 

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PIMCO’s Ring of Fire


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January Book Lust

This month we have a fiction entry in Book Lust by writer Barrie Abalard, who reviews the latest book in the series that inspired the Golden Globe winning "Dexter" TV series.

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Where’s the News in Your Newsletter?

My inbox is clogged with so-called newsletters from people who must have made a resolution to "communicate more" or "do more marketing" in 2010.

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Repaying the Debt with Alchemy/Science

John Hodgman has quite a gig going with his "You're Welcome" series on The Daily Show. This one's terrific -- our debt ceiling is now a "debt convertible."

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Sharing Deep, Sharing Wide


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December Book Lust

On a sad reading note, I opened this month's "Fortune Small Business" to learn it was the last.  RIP to a great publication I've been reading on dead trees for years. Maybe earlier adaptation of e-readers would have saved it. On that e-reader note, which do you prefer, Nook or Kindle? With my birthday coming up in January I'll graciously accept either -- and you don't even have to wrap it. Making it easy for you, dear readers!

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Six Shortcuts to a Knee Whack

We all love shortcuts, but sometimes they backfire.

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Editing the Fed

I've been so bold as to edit Prince Charles and the pope, so why not the Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank?

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