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In this issue:  Bartenders' secrets, the iPhone, and organ

Smart Money reveals 10 things your bartender won't tell you.

AskMen names the top 10 terrible celebrity books.

The Motley Fool reports on a ruling that "A reasonable
consumer would not interpret 'Satisfaction Guaranteed' to
mean that a merchant is required to satisfy a customer's
unreasonable demands or to accede to demands that the
merchant has reasonable grounds to dispute."

AFP eWire reports that U.S. charitable giving surged to
nearly $300 billion in 2006.  While mega-gifts made the
news, they still are a small piece of overall giving pie.

Make your website more dynamic:

Connected Home tells you what you need to know if you want
to get an iPhone when it launches this Friday.

Popular Mechanics points out that the Army Corps of
Engineers has unveiled a Google Earth map overlay showing
the flood risk in the Bayou.

People often look to bonds for retirement income, but
Financial Planning says the raw pursuit of income can engage
inadvertent risks that can be especially rough on retirees. 
In the end, financial security is about total wealth, not
marginal income.

AskMen gives tips on how to get past your hang-ups and psych
yourself up for anything from job interviews and public
presentations to meeting the parents.

---Organ Donation--- 
TIME Europe looks at the issue of organ donation and

Ever wanted to pay for the cable channels you want and lose
the rest?  Home Theater says you might eventually get your
way, thanks to a bill just introduced in Congress.

Scientists, designers, moviemakers, and a whole lot of
professionals in between have discovered that dome
visualization can enhance the way they work, share
information, and solve problems, according to IEEE Spectrum.