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  • Planet Health Care – How the rest of the world does it
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    As health care reform rages in Washington over a health care bill, what can Americans learn from the world? Health care reform around the world can help inform America’s health care bill.

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  • Are Wii Balance Boards the Future of Airport Security?
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    Homeland Security funds a project to explore using Wii balance boards in airport security screenings.

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  • LG Presents Solar Powered E-Book
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    MikeChino writes “At first glance, e-readers offer a great set of benefits over paper-bound books – they’re light, versatile, and a great alternative to lugging around a tote full of dead tree tomes on your next trip. However these new reading mediums have one glaring fault – can you imaging the frustration of running out of juice mid-sentence and halfway through Infinite Jest? LG’s new solar e-book aims to address this issue (more…)

  • Top 15 Most Badass Videogame Weapons
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    Thankfully, videogame manufacturers have come up with increasingly inventive ways of satisfying our primal urge to kill, maim and disfigure virtual opponents. Here we count down the 15 most badass instruments of death ever committed to pixels.

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  • 66 Jaw-Dropping Examples Of Aerography Artworks On Cars
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    Let’s go through the history of aerography, and check out some of the best aerography works on cars.

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  • Serena Williams reclaims world No. 1 spot
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    Serena Williams does not always mind her Ps and Qs on a tennis court but she knows how to strike the ball as the Californian will reclaim the world No 1 spot when the new rankings are announced on Monday.

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  • Misadventures In Online Journalism
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    An anonymous reader writes “Paul Carr, writing for TechCrunch, has posted his take on some of the flaws inherent to today’s fast-paced news ecosystem, where bloggers often get little or no editorial feedback and interesting headlines are passed around faster than ever. His article was inspired by a recent story on ZDNet that accused Yahoo of sharing the names and emails of 200,000 users with the Iranian government; a report that turned out to be false, (more…)

  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii Is As Hard As ‘Contra’
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    You see screenshots of “New Super Mario Bros.” on the Wii and you scoff. You’ve played dozens of Mario games in the past. You’ve rocked the whole “All-Stars” collection, you mastered the Japanese “Super Mario Bros. 2,” you think you can handle just about everything. Well “New Super Mario Bros.” on the Wii is going to teach you a lesson in humility.

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  • Craigslist Ad Seeks Astronaut for One-Way Mission to Titan
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    If you’re located in Northern Alberta, are interested in space travel, aren’t afraid of heights and need $25,000 (and won’t mind when you explode in mid-air and can’t spend it), have I got a Craigslist ad for you!

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  • PC Version of Modern Warfare 2 Delayed
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    Reports are coming in from Electronic Theatre that the PC version of Modern Warfare 2 has been delayed for the PC version to November 24th.

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