Twitter, blogs and the SEC — reading around April 27

WSJ: ‘Tweeting’ Carefully to Avoid SEC IreMore companies are using blogs and “tweets” to communicate with investors and customers, but risk running afoul of SEC regulations.

Gawker: Inside Fort Polio: A Former Staffer on What Went Wrong

With today’s news on Pontiac (GM shuts Pontiac, widens cuts), it’s worth spending a few minutes on Wikipedia’s List of defunct United States automobile manufacturers.

WSJ: Entrepreneurs Cut Own Pay to Stay Alive

Places to test connection speed: Digital Landing, 2Wire and McAfee.

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