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In this issue:  Breeding genius, your boss the psychopath,
and efficient obesity.

BusinessWeek reviews "The Genius Factory," a book describing
an effort by Robert K. Graham to prevent genetic decline by
using the sperm of Nobel prize winners to breed superkids.
 buy the book:

Is your boss glib, charming, manipulative, deceitful, and
ruthless?  Fast Company suggests that some executives are
Time Warner will test new software that sends different ads
to different TV viewers, according to BusinessWeek.
The "alternative power" industry is gaining critical mass,
according to BusinessWeek, but its economic future is still
up in the air -- with daunting risks as well as

InternetNews reports on a flaw shared by many browsers than
can allow JavaScript dialog boxes to aid in phishing.
Motley Fool reports on a Supreme Court ruling that cable
Internet operations are information providers, not telecoms.

According to HHMI Bulletin, researchers have discovered a
molecular mechanism that explains why cancer treatments tend
to be more effective at certain times of the day.
Science News says that obese people walk with surprising
efficiency in both the stress they place on their knees and
the energy they expend per kilogram.

---Misc--- interviews Darren Rovell, the sports business
writer for and author of The First in Thirst: How
Gatorade Turned The Science of Sweat Into A Cultural