By Dan Primack
January 12, 2011

* Billy Gallagher: The forgotten social network

* Joshua Brown: Why the Goldman/Facebook deal is unfair

* Tara Lachapelle: Shorting the takeover rumor pays 14% on deals that don’t come true

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point higher, London climbsEuropean shares rise sharply and the Nikkei closes flat.

*  Jeff Gundlach’s Doubleline presentation

* Amy Kazmin: The coffee king of modern India

* Dow Jones: Private equity fundraising falls 16% in 2010

* Not done yet: Terra Firma plans to appeal the EMI ruling

* Paul Kedrosky: Curation is the new search is the new curation

* Want a great job? Don’t go to second-tier schools like Columbia or MIT

* For the soon-to-be-rich at Facebook: Advice from Google’s 13th employee

* Fred Wilson: What to do when VCs begin throwing money at your web startup

* Evergreen Solar’s star falls: C announces plans to shut its Massachusetts plant, just two years after receiving $58 million in state aid to open it.

Financial Times: “Goldman Sachs will come in for harsh criticism from an influential US Senate report into the financial crisis that will highlight alleged conflicts of interests in the bank’s dealings with clients, according to people familiar with the matter.”

* Tweet of the Day: @king_kaufman: Everybody tweets about the weather, but nobody ever does anything about it

* Mark Suster and Mark Jeffrey explain how to raise venture capital:

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