10 Monday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads:

• Microsoft once again fails to understand that, when it comes to tablets, Windows isn’t a feature – It’s a liability (iMore) see also Acer all-in-one will run Android (cnet)
• The Verdict Is In: Hedge Funds Aren’t Worth the Money (WSJ)
• Wall Street Hates Facebook. No One Knows Why (Wired)
Roubini: Why gold, ‘that barbarous relic,’ will trade below $1,000 by 2015 (MarketWatch) but see Hedge Funds Boost Gold Bull Bets Most in Two Months (Bloomberg)
• How Treasury’s Tax Loophole Mistake Saves Companies Billions (CNBC)
Farrell: U.S. losing economic war and Asia loves it (MarketWatch)
• Mitt Romney Inc.: The White House That Never Was (Time) see also The CEO Of America, Inc. (Zandar Versus The Stupid)
• Why are we here? Evolution’s dirty secrets (Salon)
• Is Silicon Valley an echo chamber — or does it just lose perspective? (Gigaom)
• Forget .com: Get ready for .google and .apple (CNNMoney)

What are you reading?



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