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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2007-04-18

In this issue:  Adult education, making your kids green, and
the impact of diet on longevity.

The math wizards at Dayjet are building a smarter air taxi
-- and it could change the way you do business, according to
Fast Company.
When Mark Zuckerberg showed up in Palo Alto three years ago,
he had no car, no house, and no job.  Today, he's at the
helm of a smokin'-hot social-networking site, Facebook, and
turning down billion-dollar offers.  Fast Company asks, can
this kid be for real?

Even the Ivies are aggressively marketing adult-education
classes for career enhancement.  Smart Money looks at
whether or not they are worth it.

This Old House provides a dozen ways to help kids "grow up
green" right in your own home.

Make your website more useful:

Jimbo Wales, the founder of Wikipedia, slayer of Britannica,
has a new giant in his sights: Google.  Fast Company says he
thinks he has got a better way to search.  Is he delusional
-- or inspired?

National Defense describes the changes that Jay Cohen is
making at the Department of Homeland Security's technology

A group of dogs that enjoyed long lives on carefully planned
diets has provided researchers with a unique life-long
metabolic profile, according to Chemistry World.  The data
reveal the relationship between diet, disease and longevity.