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In this issue:  Good caffeine, exploration by the Chinese,
and couping with weather.

What if your business card could hold every project you've
ever done instead of just contact info?  Fast Company says
the rCard has a video screen, 1 GB capacity, and will sell
for about $25.

Science News reports that a 20-year long study recently
concluded people who routinely drank more than two cups of
coffee or tea per day faced only half the risk of being
hospitalized with cirrhosis and other types of serious liver
disease as did people consuming less of these drinks.
Scientific American says two vaccines that are nearing
approval by the Food and Drug Administration in the U.S.
have demonstrated in clinical trials that they can prevent
infection from the two types of the human papillomavirus
that account for up to 70 percent of cervical cancers.
Exposure to small amounts of an ingredient in polycarbonate
plastic may increase a person's risk of diabetes, according
to a new study in mice, reports Science News.

Time Asia says a newly revealed map, allegedly drawn in the
18th century from a 15th century original, could put China
at the forefront of world exploration -- if it's real.

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---Identity Theft---
Computing Unplugged interviews Wade Callison, in which he
discusses many of the more scary aspects of identity theft
-- and what you can do to protect yourself.

Ifeminists warns that the new cyberstalking law may
criminalize free expression.

Culture Vulture says the only question Terence Malick seems
to offer in The New World, his new movie about the Jamestown
colony, is how many people will actually sit through this
two-and-a-half hour Calvin Klein ad.
The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada, a new film from
director Tommy Lee Jones, is a beguiling and fast-paced
Tex-Mex western saga of transcendent meaning and beauty,
according to Culture Vulture.

What are the psychological and physiological effects of bad
weather and what can we do to clear them up?  AskMen has the

New high-tech devices for seniors can keep tabs on vital
signs, level of activity, medications, and more can help the
elderly maintain their independence, according to