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By Felix Salmon
January 4, 2011
NYT

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Long Beach wants to be bike-friendly. Yet its cops still hand out $400 fines for having an unregistered bicycle — LAT

What a rising stock market does: the govt might conceivably end up making a profit on its GMAC bailout — NYT

Now that Twitter has replaced RSS, the next step is for RSS to replace Twitter — Scripting

Hitchens, it turns out, sometimes drinks non-alcoholic beverages — Slate

It was COLD out! Thank you, Olek, for knitting such a beautiful coat for the Wall Street bull — Vimeo

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