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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2009-11-18

In this issue:  Gift ideas, disturbing health trends, and
cashing in on YouTube.

Want to practice golf without so much walking?  IEEE
Spectrum looks at a ball-return robot and a missed-putt
return guide.
IEEE Spectrum looks at kits for building musical pencils,
Theremins, crystal radios, and shortwave radios.
A new science kit for kids brings hydropower to the
playroom, according to IEEE Spectrum.

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AskMen reports that cigarette smoking rose slightly for the
first time in almost 15 years, dashing health officials'
hopes that the U.S. smoking rate had moved permanently below
20 percent.
Sexually transmitted diseases continue to rise, government
health officials report in AskMen.

Insurance & Technology announces that AXA Equitable has
released iPhone apps in support of its education program,
"The AXA Equitable Connection: Women, Wealth and Wisdom."

AskMen says the lack of restraint shown by the modern media
occasionally turns a legitimate sportsmanship story into an
utter farce.

Time Europe explains how makers of viral YouTube videos can
cash in.