Did you know Michael Robertson personally made $115 million from the sale of MP3.com? If not, he's glad to remind you on his new site, Dealipedia. Robertson, whose main skill seems to be picking up timely domain names and concocting the appearance of a business around them, expects that a sufficient number of insiders will fill in the details of mergers and acquisitions for him, creating a database to challenge the likes of Dow Jones and Dun & Bradstreet. Right. The real service Dealipedia provides is giving people an anonymous way to let the world know just how wealthy they are. For the braggarts of the world, it offers plausible deniability. Jason Calacanis's details are already in there.