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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2005-12-28

Best wishes for the New Year!

In this issue:  Social capitalists, avian flu, and questions
about a lake on Mars.

Open-source idea generation.  Transparency.  Democracy. 
Sounds great, but Fast Company asks if it can work in a
Fast Company presents its Social Capitalist Awards 2006: A
look at the compelling solutions that organizations have
invented, refined, and scaled to stunning effect, and the
impact they produce on the ground for individuals and

For years, virologist Robert Webster has been warning of a
global influenza outbreak.  Smithsonian says that
governments worldwide are finally listening to him.

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In a feeble effort to warm the hearts of shallow, boring
people during the winter holidays, Steve Martin has sold
himself out yet again to star in Cheaper by the Dozen 2,
according to Eye.

Science News says that a South Korean scientist who claimed
to have cloned the first human embryonic stem cell is now
requesting that some of his published work be retracted.

Geotimes says a group of geologists is contesting the idea
that the landing location of the Mars rover Opportunity is
the site of an evaporated lake, a debate that will not dry
up anytime soon.
Jeff Bezos, the Amazon founder, is about to reach for the
stars.  The Motley Fool says his company Blue Origin will go
head-to-head with Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic in
seeking to take adventuresome tourists to the precipice of
orbit before returning to Earth.