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In this issue:  Much ado about salt, credit scores, and
electronic voting.

PC World points out the 10 biggest security threats that you
probably don't know about.
InternetNews reports on a class action suit against
Microsoft claiming the Windows Genuine Advantage anti-piracy
program is spyware.

AskMen looks at some disgusting foods that are good for you.
Some artificial food additives commonly found in children's
snacks could be a dangerous cocktail for nerve cells,
particularly when combined, and may even cause hyperactivity
or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, according to
new research reviewed in Delicious Living.
Food Processing thinks the American Medical Assn. should
focus on caring for sick people instead of meddling with the
food industry over sodium.

Financial Advisor explains credit scores and reveals some

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The Devil Wears Prada may have been intended to satirize the
fashion industry, but Culture Vulture says it is the
fashionista ethic that keeps the film fascinating.
The docudrama The Road to Guantanamo gets inside the War on
Terror's PR nightmare, according to Eye.

InternetNews says new e-voting guidelines published by the
Election Assistance Commission fail to ensure that the next
Presidential election results can be trusted by the public.

Geotimes says that without the Cold War era impetus, NASA is
searching for new ways to motivate development of innovative
vehicles to fly humans to the moon.

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PC World reviews various options for getting news online.
Search Engine Watch reports that social news site Digg has
expanded from technology news into broad-based coverage of
many popular topics, with stories ranked according to their
popularity among Digg users.

Health points out some Web sites that tell you how you can
give the gift of sight -- by being an eye, or eyeglass,
The ring of steel is a network of cameras that provides
comprehensive video coverage of a large part of the City of
London.  IEEE Spectrum reports that other cities like NYC
want to follow London's lead.