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In this issue:  Tax breaks not creating jobs, computer
trash, and Internet icons.

BusinessWeek looks at how companies are using their tax
savings under the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004.  Are
jobs actually being created?
Entrepreneur points out the need for businesses to
accommodate they prayer needs of Muslim employees.

Smithsonian points out that Americans discard more than 100
million computers, cellphones and other electronic devices
each year, causing concern about the growing threat to the

BusinessWeek says that there is friction between the U.S.
and the Iraqi government over bringing more Sunnis back into
the fold.
Military & Aerospace Electronics looks at the threat of
North Korea's WMDs falling into the hands of terrorists and
the difficulty that a conflict with North Korea could pose.

Wired interviews ten people who changed the Internet playing

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Culture Vulture says that The Island delivers slick sci-fi
entertainment for those satisfied by the well-established
genre of mindless summer movies.
Eye compares the remake of the Bad News Bears to the
Memories of Murder, a film placed in rural South Korea, has
a great opening and a visceral, heartbreaking ending.  But
as the film progresses, it becomes less about the actual
identity of a serial killer and more about the nature of
truth.  And that makes for a great movie, according to
Culture Vulture.

AskMen profiles Jennie Finch, who won an Olympic gold medal
for softball.

---Video Games---
The Motley Fool thinks the naughty hidden content in
Take-Two's hit game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas will only
increase its appeal to teens.