Back in the days of the U.S.S.R. free bread was given out. The only trick was that you had to stand in line for hours to get the free bread. You either paid for the bread with cash, or in this case your time. Seth Godin makes the case that the Internet is just like the bread line days. Most people don’t think about how much time they are blowing trying to find whatever and even if they find it — they still are left to deal issues of authenticity. If you are in the ‘bread line’ looking (or should I say ‘waiting’) for insights into how great traders make it happen, help to save time is available.