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    Cyburbian el Guapo's avatar
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    Leftist magazine touts bike commuting.

    Gotcha...However it is always worth a read when the business mainstream is reexamining some para-dig-ums.

    http://www.businessweek.com/magazine...4108_mz025.htm

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    BW ain't no Forbes!

    Business Week IS one of the more "Moderate" business magazines, El Guapo

    (Just like if you flip past the sacry neo-con cant on the editorial pages, the Wall Street Jorunal is an excellent newspaper).

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    Way off topic, but

    the Wall Street Jorunal is an excellent newspaper
    I'd say the best American newspaper out there. The 9/11 coverage was excellent and ballzee

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    Well, it might be comforting for the CEOs to read the smug rantings of the Editors, but they need good information for business decisions. I agree with you-we are lucky enough to have an office subscription which I peruse daily.

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    still OT

    of all the online paper/publications one could buy, I think WSJ.com is the only one I'd consider. $79 dollars a year for the moment. I like the feel of a paper - ink on the fingers, etc...

    not off topic

    El Guapo, Have you broken away from the rush?

    If so,
    How many miles a day, a week do you commute on bike? How about hills, do you have good hills?

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