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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2011-11-30

In this issue:  The latest diet fad, a book on China, and
the fate of the euro.

Intermittent fasting might be the most buzzed about dietary
concept on the Internet right now, according to

Motley Fool looks at the sales numbers from Black Friday.

According to a study described in AskMen, three-quarters of
men now have no problem making the second-biggest salary in
the household.

  E-Discovery Made More Efficient:

Time Asia reviews a primer on China.  Caustic and difficult
to forget, China in Ten Words by Yu Hua is a people's-eye
view of a world in which the people have little place.
At some point, Europeans will have to make the fateful
choice between national sovereignty and the euro's
well-being, according to Time Europe.
Time Europe says he looks dazed, his eyes wide open but
seeing nothing ahead of him.  Perhaps it is all hindsight
now for Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, 39, the son and would-be heir
of the recently and violently deceased Muammar, as he sits
in detention in western Libya.

Motley Fool says HTML5 makes Web applications behave a lot
like native software you install and update.
Motley Fool claims Facebook's growth is just getting
started.  Fresh data from social media consultant Sociable
Labs says that 50% of e-commerce site shoppers are logged
into Facebook when walking the e-aisles.