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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2002-06-19

In this week's issue:  Pieces on pot, the Constitution,
distributed R & D, audio sleuths, and Pac-Man.

In The Atlantic Monthly, a reviewer laments that nature
photographer Ansel Adams would not have been pleased by the
new retrospective "Ansel Adams at 100."

Salon reviews "Pot Planet," a marijuana-oriented travelogue
of sorts, and finds it to be surprisingly readable and
 Buy this book:
American Prospect reviews a new book that tries to point out
how undemocratic the U.S. Constitution is.
 Buy "How Democratic Is the American Constitution?"

An Entrepreneur article examines how self-serve technology
is changing many different types of business.
Fast Company examines one of Google's solutions to staying
ahead of other search engines:  have every employee
contribute ideas to R & D.
A CIO piece looks at why it's been difficult for state and
local governments to outsource their IT operations

Add a research center to your website:

A Time Europe piece looks at gypsy music, a genre that is
exploding in Europe and that some have likened to the birth
of jazz.

HHMI Bulletin looks at the lengths some scientists will go
to in order to win cover placement for their articles in
scientific journals.
A Wired article looks at some of the approaches forensic
audio scientists are proposing to find out what was on the
18 1/2 erased minutes of Richard Nixon's Watergate tapes.

---Science vs. Non-science---
A Salon article deconstructs the methods of popular TV
"psychic" John Edwards, asserting his reliance on basic laws
of statistics.
A Scientific American article forwards "15 answers to
Creationist nonsense."

---Video Games---
Salon assesses the cultural significance, in its time, of

---World Politics---
Atlantic Unbound talks to historian Michael Oren about his
new history of the Six Day War in 1967, which he contends
has shaped the modern-day Middle East and its politics.
A piece in The New Republic underscores the importance of
German nationalism to the success or failure of Europe.