Clustify - document clustering
 Home  |  Newsletter  |  My Articles  |  My Account  |  Help 

Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2010-09-22

In this issue:  Dangerous prescriptions, the risks of
announcing your location, and the Consumer Financial
Protection Bureau.

Time Europe says well-intentioned pain policies plus
powerful opiate meds is leading to a national epidemic of
pill popping -- and accidental overdosing.

Foursquare was one of the first companies to bet that users
would be willing to share their location in exchange for
discounts at the places they're checking in from.  Time
Europe wonders whether people understand the risks of
announcing their locations on the Internet with such services.

Time Europe says Never Let Me Go, based on Kazuo Ishiguro's
novel, is a superb, poignant film about love unto death.

  Document Clustering

BusinessWeek says Paul Ryan's bill -- "Roadmap for America's
Future" -- proposes cutting the federal debt by partly
dismantling Social Security and Medicare.
Political gridlock and a budget shortfall could make the job
tough for Chicago's next mayor, according to BusinessWeek.
Rather than nominate Elizabeth Warren to head the newly
created Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the White
House plans to install her at the Treasury Department, with
the interim assignment of overseeing the establishment of
the agency.  BusinessWeek says Obama aides hope this will
avoid a confirmation battle with Senate Republicans.