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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2007-01-31

In this issue:  Negotiation, handling stress, and prisons.

In an excerpt from Negotiate to Win, featured in AskMen, Jim
Thomas outlines the importance of creating win-win
negotiations instead of win-lose ones.
Insiders represent one of the biggest security risks because
of their knowledge and access.  To head them off, Insurance
& Technology suggests considering the psychology and
technology behind attacks.

Is the incredibly popular online universe really just a
Ponzi scheme?  The Motley Fool asks how much you would be
willing to pay for an island in a world where creating more
real estate is as easy as clicking a mouse.

Make your website more useful:

Science News says scientists have identified an area of the
brain where damage seems to quickly halt a person's desire
to smoke.
PETA claims that researchers in Oregon are killing gay sheep
and cutting open their brains in order to learn how to turn
gay rams straight.  While researchers are studying the
neurological basis of sexual attraction, it is not to create
a "straight" drug, according to Time Europe.

Time Europe gives 6 lessons for handling stress.

---Super Bowl---
Sports Central provided 65 ways to keep the Super Bowl
interesting, regardless of what's actually happening on the

Time Europe points out that many of the Somali Muslims who
make up 3/4 of the cabbies serving Minneapolis-St. Paul
Airport won't pick up passengers who are carrying duty-free
liquor boxes or other obvious signs of booze, in keeping
with their religion's law.
Time Europe suggests that prisons are driving prisoners
mad.  Modern science has confirmed this, with