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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2004-02-04

In this week's issue:  The world's most dedicated
consultant, something to read before your house burns down,
and some purported cures that are backfiring.

IBM, Sun, and HP are certain they want to move into
pay-as-you-go "utility computing," writes Red Herring; they
just aren't sure how to deploy and price it.
Fast Company recounts the story of a software company whose
employees fought to bring it back from the brink of death,
following the discovery of massive fraud perpetrated by its
An article in Fast Company profiles Ram Charan,
world-renowned business consultant and modern-day knight
errant, who lives nowhere but on the road, 365 days a year.

This Old House offers tips on how to deal with household
catastrophes like burglaries, fires, and major storm damage.

A PC Magazine article worries that "The Big One" is coming,
a computer-security attack of widespread and catastrophic

An article in Motley Fool draws attention to some parallels
between today's stock market and the ill-fated junk bond
market of the 1980s.

Wired profiles a band that's trying to make it by playing
only rock covers of the music from original Nintendo
Entertainment System video games.

BusinessWeek reviews a new book about the Bush family
 Buy American Dynasty: Aristocracy, Fortune, and the
Politics of Deceit in the House of Bush, by Kevin Phillips:

A Knowledge@Wharton article reports on findings that some
remedies for consumer problems such as cigarette addiction
and out-of-control debt may in fact exacerbate those very

Though it might be surprising, Technology Research News
reports that lab scientists may be in danger of losing their
jobs to robots.