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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2009-09-30

In this issue:  Dangerous shower heads, the investing
climate, and water on the moon.

Insurance & Technology reports on research that has found
one third of IT investment in North American companies is
wasted, due to poor requirements definition and management.

Popular Mechanics looks at the recent hysteria over shower
heads causing bacterial contamination.  Vincent LaBombardi,
the director of microbiology at New York's Mount Sinai
Medical Center says, "you shouldn't be ripping out the pipes
over this."
AskMen lists some foods that can reduce your chances of
getting prostate cancer.

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BusinessWeek says investing gauges are broken, market
signals are mixed, and money managers don't know where to
turn.  What exactly is the "new normal"?

Chemistry World says strong evidence for water on the moon's
surface has been found by three separate spacecraft-based
spectroscopic studies.

AskMen reports that lawyers for Roman Polanski filed a
motion in court Tuesday asking that the Oscar-winning
director be released from Swiss custody -- the first step in
his legal battle to avoid extradition to the United States
for a 1977 statutory rape case.