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In this issue:  The World Series, the next economic crisis,
and the grimiest thing you can put your hand on.

Sports Central reports on the Cardinals' World Series win.

The author shares elements from his upcoming book Brain
Power: Improve Your Mind as You Age in our five-day Brain
Workout series with AskMen.  Today's chapter is "Improve
Memory and Learning Ability as You Age."

Chemistry World says we must improve the chemistry between
industry and society.

Michael Lewis visits Motley Fool and shares his views on the
most important financial issues of the day, including the
next big crisis that will come.

  E-Discovery Made More Efficient:

IEEE Spectrum provides a blow-by-blow account of the crisis
at Fukushima, the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl.

A study has found that vitamin E may be tied to prostate
cancer, according to Motley Fool.
AskMen reports that a study conducted by hygiene giant
Kimberly-Clark has found that the grimiest thing you can put
your hand on is a gas pump.

---Housing Market---
Incredibly low interest rates, a huge inventory and
homeowners desperate for a quick sale seem to make this a
once-in-a-generation opportunity, but with an investment
this serious, AskMen says it's a good idea to weigh the pros
and cons.

Motley Fool points out that the Occupy Wall Street
protesters are probably part of the 1%, and they probably
don't even know it.

Since everyone has caught on to the fact that dogs don't eat
homework, the smartest people in our society have come up
with a new set of ingenious fibs to excuse themselves from
work, according to AskMen.