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To wrap up 2005, we decided to comb through our log files
and generate a report showing the most popular search engine
queries and articles.  You can review the report here:

In this issue:  Air cleaners, bogus hits, and the impact of
temperature on health.

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The fastest computer on Earth, IBM's Blue Gene/L
supercomputer, just got a whole lot faster, according to PC

Drivers will be able to surf XM's 160 channels with their
voices thanks to VoiceBox's speech recognition algorithms,
according to InternetNews.

Think one of those ionizing air cleaners might help your
allergies?  Health says there isn't much research to back up
such claims.
With the average global temperatures predicted to rise
between 1.4 and 5.8 degrees Celsius by 2100, Geotimes warns
of a possible increase in heat-related deaths and disease
Wired says that inside the Los Alamos weapons lab, massive
computer simulations are unleashing disease and tracking its
course, 6 billion people at a time.

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Pay-per-click advertising is big, big, big business.  So are
bogus hits on Internet ads.  Wired says it's search giants
against scam artists in an arms race that could crash the
entire online economy.

In the thriller "Hidden (Cache)," director Michael Haneke
confronts the issue of terrorism from the experience of one
family and its own history of cultural insensitivity, yet
his message is universal, according to Culture Vulture.
Culture Vulture says the documentary Waging a Living, about
the working poor, is powerfully done, alarming, and couldn't
be more timely.