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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2005-12-07

In this issue:  The savings rate, cars that drive
themselves, and Lance Armstrong.

Impending earthquakes have been sending us warning signals
-- and people are finally starting to listen, according to
IEEE Spectrum.

IndustryWeek looks at the personal savings rate in the U.S. 
Is it negative?

With mainstream animated features bending over backwards to
appear more lifelike, it's a bracing joy to get to see a
live action movie as utterly cartoonish as Aeon Flux with
Charlize Theron, according to Eye.

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IEEE Spectrum asks if we are becoming the surveillance
society.  Is there hope for privacy?

In the past year, the robotics community has learned a great
deal about how to make cars drive themselves.  IEEE Spectrum
says computer algorithms have showed that cars might just be
ready to take the wheel without human chaperones.

With hardware donated by Intel, Tropos, and Pronto Networks
mounted on various street lights, The Motley Fool says New
Orleans is opening up a can of Wi-Fi worms that should have
been popped open years ago.
Metropolis says that modular housing from Sweden is entering
the English-speaking world.
Over the coming months Lance Armstrong will confront his
accusers in courtrooms and legal proceedings in the U.S.,
England, and France, according to Outside.