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Tweets of the Week, 12/29/08



December 29, 2008 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: GOOGL , CEG.DL2 , AMZN

Greetings, Fools! Hope you all enjoyed the very happy holiday of your choice! (Personally, I kinda like Festivus.)

Welcome back to another update on the past week's most fun and Foolish posts from our Motley Fool Twitter feed. Follow our absolutely free feed for bite-sized morsels of business news, investing insight, and Foolish humor every workday.

Check out what the Fool's Magic 8-Ball has to say about energy stocks in 2009 (shake, shake, turn): "Outlook Is ... Oily"

With the advent of e-publishing and the Kindle, will the humble dead-tree book go the way of the dodo and 8-track players?

To the spreadsheet, Tiny Tim! This Scrooge-y stock screen could save your portfolio from miserly returns. No humbug here:

As a search engine, Google ($GOOG) rules. But is search yesterday's news? The next big thing could be next-gen

The power of the Tweet (Twit?): 2009 might see Twitter's rise as a big branding platform, minting new money for marketers.

We shall sue file-share pirates no more, says the RIAA. Why do we get the creepy feeling they're up to something else?

Buffett's bid for Constellation ($CEG) bombs, but he's whistling his way to the bank. When breaking up ISN'T hard to do.


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