* Steve Blank: A visitor’s guide to Silicon Valley
* Vinod Khosla: WSJ bigotry, lies and abuse of power or a “Range fiasco?”
* Natsuko Waki: Libya’s secretive wealth fund will be vital for reconstruction
* Morning Call: U.S. futures point higher, London opens lower, European shares fall and the Nikkei keeps sliding.
* Ben Popper: The littlest angels
* Exchange race: What will Nasdaq do?
* Innovation alert: The shoebox has been reimagined
* What happens after Yahoo acquires your company
* Joseph Calhoun: It’s official, everyone is bullish
* Tim Geithner: Helping small businesses access capital
* Mark Suster: How many VCs in a deal are too many?
* Rafael Corrales: Why the bubble is good in aggregate
* Demand Media: We’re not that dependent on Google
* Game-changer: China is about to become the world’s largest gaming market
* Gideon Rachman: The Gaddafi family and the limits of western education
* NY Times asks if “leveraged buyout” is just another term for “insider trading.” Kind of like Ben Stein did for the same paper more than three years ago.