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In this issue:  Curiosity's mission on Mars, the future of
fossil fuels, and addiction to virtual reality.

CFO says JPMorgan Chase's $2 billion trading miscue is a
costly lesson in how not to protect against potential losses.

Chemistry World discusses the objective for Curiosity,
NASA's probe that landed on Mars.
The Mars rover will rely on dead reckoning and radar to land
on the Red Planet, according to IEEE Spectrum.

  E-Discovery Improved

IEEE Spectrum learns that the Middle East's dominance in
fossil fuels may be ending, as it speaks to Michael T.
Klare, the author of The Race for What's Left: The Global
Scramble for the World's Last Resources.

Sports Central takes a look at the chances an Olympic
hopeful has of qualifying for their event.
What do you do with a lab set up solely to catch Olympic
drug cheats once the games are over?  In the case of the
London 2012 games, Chemistry World says the answer is to
turn it into a state of the art analytical lab.

Information Today says ensuring the privacy and security of
personal information collected by federal government
agencies and preventing cyberattacks in the future is a
responsibility of government that all Americans can support.

AskMen talks about how people respond to losing their jobs.
 When you're let go, your knee-jerk reaction is to let
everyone know that you're OK, that you'll persevere and that
this may be a change for the better, even if at the moment
you don't believe any of that.

---Virtual Reality---
IEEE Spectrum says virtual reality is addictive and unhealthy.