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“DON’T GET COCKY” vs. “Ride The Wave.” Both have their place.

DIRECTIONS TO THE SYCOPHANTS: Obama Instructs Journalists On How To Report His Positions.

UPDATE: Obama 2008 vs. Obama 2012 in three words.

ERIC CANTOR knows what he’s doing.

THE ECONOMICS OF ECONO-BLOGGING: “How did America’s economics blogosphere develop the necessary density? Early buy-in by important economists mattered, but the growth of the community has been more driven, in my opinion, by an aggressive horde of strivers. Economists, journalists, and would-be pundits with less access to traditional outlets (newspapers, conferences, and journals) were attracted by the low barriers to entry of the web. This ready group of writers created sufficient ‘liquidity’ of opinion to drive an effective conversation, the value of which has subsequently pulled in other respected voices.”

I like to think that my linkage helps create liquidity in the blogosphere. Just call me the Bernanke of Bloggers! Okay, maybe not . . . .

UPDATE: A reader emails that I’m not Ben Bernanke, I’m Johnny Carson. I guess I should come out with a line of suits.

I GUESS THAT MEANS I NEED TO COME OUT WITH MY OWN LINE OF SUITS: the Johnny Carson of the digital age?

QWERTY RULES: Obama vs. the “legacy systems.”

“DON’T GET COCKY” vs. “ride the wave.” I’m a big fan of the surfing approach — but if you’re cocky, you’ll miss the wave.

BEST OF 2009: The Boob Czar.