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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2008-02-20

In this issue:  Less green than you think, the end of HD
DVD, and shooting down a satellite.

Popular Mechanics ponders whether driving an exotic car is
worth all the attention that you'll get.

Fast Company says the startling conclusion of research from
TerraChoice Environmental Marketing is that 99% of green
claims on product labels are false or misleading.

---HD DVD---
Home Theater reports that the end is near for HD DVD, with
decisions by Netflix to stock only Blu-ray by year-end, and
Best Buy to recommend Blu-ray to shoppers.

AskMen teaches you how to eat like the Japanese -- that is,
healthier.  It isn't particularly difficult and it will help
change your diet for the better.
Cold sores (also known as fever blisters) are more common
than most people realize.  AskMen provides some tips on
where they come from, how to handle them and, best of all,
how to prevent them.

  Make your website more interesting:

Smart Money looks at the options that are available if you
want to upgrade your closets.

In the space of a single week, Barack Obama has won eight
primaries and caucuses, while Hillary Clinton has won none,
according to Time Europe.

The Pentagon announced that a Navy warship has been tasked
with shooting down a failing United States spy satellite
that, if left alone, was expected to hit Earth within weeks,
according to Popular Mechanics.