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In this issue:  Improving fuel economy, using less
electricity, and the future medical technology.

There are quite a number of things you can do to improve
fuel economy, according to Popular Mechanics.
Popular Mechanics describes the Corvette Jay Leno had
converted to E85 hoping that a high-performance flex-fuel
vehicle would open more people's eyes, especially
enthusiasts', to the idea of using alternative fuels.

Can a network of GPS sensors store enough data online to
scout the Bay Area's looming quake?  And could the rig work
in the Chinese countryside?  Popular Mechanics takes a look.

Popular Mechanics looks at how much energy the electronics
you leave plugged in consume while idle, and what you can do
about it.

Cleaning up after a catastrophe is hard work in any country
-- witness the debacle that followed Hurricane Katrina in
New Orleans.  But Time Asia says few places are less
prepared than the isolated, desperately poor nation of 53
million that is Burma.

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In 2000, Obama tried to get elected to Congress but failed.
 Time Europe says it was that loss that taught him how to
survive in the world of politics.

Scientists reveal their research on future medical
technology devices and alternative medicine delivery systems
in Popular Mechanics.

If you've got a network connection and one of the latest
game consoles, AskMen says you may not need any new hardware
for streaming digital media from your PC to your TV.
AskMen reveals 5 things you probably didn't know about South