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Hey Fools,

I am pretty much done reading the Gorilla Game. Thanks again to Mike Buckley for sending me a free copy of the book. Anybody that wants to send me free stuff, my address is....

Just kidding!

When I win my first few games, I will take Mike out to dinner. It's a small price to pay after I am a billionaire! : ))

Moore actually sent us a copy of his most recent book. I have not tracked it down yet. I think Tornado is next on my hit list however.

Anyway, in response to the FAQ and online resources, I have been plotting like a mad scientist to set up my preferences for online information. Here are a few links that I use that could be added to the FAQ.

Upside (the authors point to Upside as an invaluable resource)

Red Herring (their other major pick)


InformationWeek (some great links and in-depth stuff)


I also read the print copy of Red Herring. I have always liked their articles. However, I will probably also subscribe to Upside magazine. Two magazines is enough for me 'cause I read so much anyway (books). So, this gives me more than I can actually handle. I will probably rely on this board to get ideas and provide ideas to others in order to simplify the information gathering process as well.


John Del Vecchio
Investment Research Fool
The Motley Fool
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