James J. Cramer, always among the most entertaining and interesting business columnists both for his high-octane style and because he actually runs money, has returned to writing New York magazine's "The Bottom Line." The hedge-fund manager is a co-founder of the market-focused TheStreet.com Web site, where he also writes, often filing several times a day. But a friend points me to this curious comment of Cramer's, quoted in the New York Post: He says he is happy to get the New York gig back because "I like to be read by my peers on Wall Street." Does that mean that in Wall Street's hierarchy of what's important to read, TheStreet.com ranks belowNew York magazine? Yikes.