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In this issue:  The economic cost of global warming, saving
money while getting green, and al-Jazeera in English.

Blake Ross helped make Firefox one of the biggest
open-source success stories ever.  IEEE Spectrum tells you
what he's up to now.

Chemistry World says scientists have welcomed an economist's
review into the costs of climate change, which warns of
global recession if greenhouse gas emissions are not
Inc. introduces the Green 50, a collection of
entrepreneurial companies that are showing what it means to
run good businesses, attack the most pressing problems of
our time - and make serious cash along the way.

Tax breaks and rebates described in This Old House make
energy saving products for your home a little cheaper.
This Old House tells you how to responsibly rid your house
of three major health and environmental hazards -- asbestos,
lead, and mold.

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InternetNews says a new fair use recording battle is
simmering as a coalition launches an educational campaign.
Ten years after it began to change TV journalism in the Arab
world, al-Jazeera, always controversial, is embarking on its
most ambitious venture to date.  A long-anticipated channel
in English, al-Jazeera International, will finally start
broadcasting, according to Time Europe.

Popular Mechanics explains how George Lucas' special effects
house and new digital projection technology are manipulating
images so fast your brain can't tell the difference.
Using the genre of fictional documentary permits British
director Gabriel Range to get to the heart of what's gone
terribly wrong in the US since 9/11.  Culture Vulture says
Death of a President is above all, a thoughtful and
compassionate, if deeply distressing exploration of the
ongoing erosion of independent thinking.

How did Comair 5191 wind up taking off from the wrong
runway?  Popular Mechanics says the country's antiquated
system for airport navigation doesn't utilize available
safety equipment.