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In this issue:  Singularity University, Iran, and a gag gift.

Motley Fool says we need to realize that our economy needs
to correct from the artificiality of a massive bubble, that
government intervention is unsustainable and maybe even
harmful, and that what we need most of all is to get our
entrepreneurial spirit back.

Wired discusses the Singularity University, which offers
nine weeks of deep thought with eminent theorists and
business leaders.

AskMen reports that medical device maker Medtronic paid
about $850,000 over nearly 10 years to a former Army surgeon
accused of forging signatures and falsifying data for a
study touting the benefits of one of the company's implants.

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AskMen reports that a man identifying himself as the
boyfriend of a young woman whose grisly death in Iran's
postelection protests was captured on amateur video said
Monday that she only wanted democracy and freedom for the
people of Iran.

Wired talks about the making of the special effects for
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.

Schwarzenegger's gag gift to a Sacramento Democrat was not
well received, according to AskMen.

AskMen says a pair of unmanned science probes will help
determine where astronauts could land and set up camp in
years to come.