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In this issue:  Top cars, Internet taxes, and global

Health describes some ways that you can help those that are
still in need from the Katrina disaster.

BusinessWeek says that gripes about Dell's tech support are
on the rise, and the PC king is scrambling to upgrade.
Inc. reports on government rules covering corporate e-mail.

The Motley Fool lists the most fuel-efficient cards.
Popular Mechanics surveys the 2006 cars and trucks of the

PC Magazine puts a variety of cheap DVDs to the durability
test using a microwave, dishwasher, fingerprints, and steel

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Diminishing oil supplies could be considered a variable
that, like inflation, should be part of a judicious
financial plan.  Financial Planning explains what advisers
and consumers need to know.

Outside reports on nutrigenomics, a cutting-edge gene test
that may tell you exactly what your body requires to stay
healthy, grow stronger, and recover faster.

Just in time for the holiday shopping season, InternetNews
says 18 states are preparing to clear the path this weekend
for imposing online sales taxes.
As if there weren't enough threats to have to watch out for,
PC Magazine says a variation on phishing that targets
employees at specific organizations merits notice.
InternetNews reports on a new study showing that leads and
sales aren't the only thing Web sites generate for small and
medium-sized businesses.

The Greatest Game Ever Played, actor-turned-director Bill
Paxton's second feature film, recounts a class struggle on
the greens: the true tale of Francis Ouimet, the 20-year-old
former caddy who won the 1913 US Open golf tournament.  The
verdict? A hole-in-one, according to Eye.
Culture Vulture says that Manderlay, Lars von Trier's sequel
to "Dogville," may be his most provocative premise yet -- in
a small, 1930s Alabama town where slavery has not yet been
abolished, a half-dozen families are freed in a "social
experiment."  But are they ready for freedom?

Global warming skeptics have long pointed to satellite data
showing cooling in the tropical atmosphere as evidence that
either climate models or measurements of surface warming, or
both, are unreliable.  According to Geotimes, new research
suggests that it is the analysis of the satellite data that
was wrong.
Google will be teaming up with NASA to build out NASA
Research Park, a huge million-square-foot facility within
NASA's Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley, according to
The Motley Fool.

According to CIO, Ed Lazowska, co-chairman of the
President's Information Technology Advisory Committee, says
that there is a looming security crisis, and the government,
vendors and CIOs aren't doing enough to stop it.