By Dan Primack
March 30, 2011

* Economics of attention: Why there are no second chances on the Internet

* Nathaniel Popper: Meet Edward Zuckerberg, high-tech dentist (and Mark’s dad)

* Steven Davidoff: What they’ll be talking about at this week’s Tulane M&A Conference

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point higher ahead of ADP jobs data, London opens strongEuropean shares climb and the Nikkei hits a 2-week high.

* No joke: Charlie Sheen makes it into an SEC filing

* Richard Florida: America’s great passport divide

* Today in insider trading: SEC charges an FDA chemist

* Bijan Sabet: Thoughts about investing in competing startups

* Cash for gold: Utah says gold and silver coins can be used as currency

* Recovery alert: State and local tax revenue are approaching their 2007 peak

* Monica Higgins: Why does Teach for America spawn so many entrepreneurs?

* Bess Levin: Goldman Sachs (gs) partners put own (liquidity) needs before those of the firm

* Sarah Lacey: Twitter vs. San Francisco isn’t about a two-year tax break. It’s about repealing the payroll tax permanently.

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