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In this issue:  Halloween around the globe, America's need
for manufacturing, and the increasing threat to your smartphone.

Find out how cultures around the globe celebrate Halloween
and holidays like it, from This Old House.

  E-Discovery Improved

HBS Working Knowledge looks at the new book, Producing
Prosperity: Why America Needs a Manufacturing Renaissance,
where Pisano and Shih discuss the dangers of underinvesting
in the nation's manufacturing capabilities.

---Nobel Prize---
Information Today reports that David Pendlebury looks
forward to hearing who has won the year's Nobel Prizes every
autumn.  Pendlebury is a citation analyst at Thomson Reuters
and spends months digging into data dating from as far as 3
decades ago in search of what he calls scientists and
researchers of "Nobel class."
The 2012 Nobel prize in chemistry was awarded to Robert
Lefkowitz and Brian Kobilka for studies of G-protein-coupled
receptors.  This Chemistry World article looks at the
molecular machinery underpinning cell signaling.

Information Age warns that the number of unique malware
variants affecting smartphones has grown twenty-fold in the
last year.   Public awareness of mobile malware is currently
low and for the next two or three years, it will be more of
a corporate issue than a personal one.

With a full month of action to make the college football
season's most dramatic decisions, Sports Central ponders the
matchup that would be most interesting for the BCS
Championship Game.