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In this issue:  Ebook trends, Lance Armstrong's confession,
and a preview of Super Bowl XLVII.

Everyone comes to the table with some amount of "altruistic
capital," a stock of intrinsic desire to serve, says
professor Nava Ashraf in HBS Working Knowledge.  Her
research includes study of what best motivates hairdressers
in Zambia to provide HIV/AIDS education in their salons.

Chemistry World reports that Bayer CropScience and Syngenta
are both disputing the conclusions of a report from the
European Food Safety Authority that says that bees might be
at risk from neonicotinoid insecticides produced by the two

The Paleo Diet has become all the rage of late, and AskMen
shares some recipes.  Not only does the diet keep you fit
and feeling great, but it also gives you an excuse to eat
all the protein your heart desires.

Information Today points out ebook trends for 2013.  Changes
are coming much faster in the publishing world today --
prices for titles are dropping and we are seeing the
development of new models and channels for publishing,
distribution, and sales.

  E-Discovery Improved

---Lance Armstrong---
Lance Armstrong has admitted to Oprah Winfrey that he did,
indeed, use performance-enhancing drugs throughout his
career in professional cycling, according to AskMen.

It's a new year, that time when people strive to make, and
keep, resolutions.  Job Journal says most of them will fail
for one simple reason -- unreasonable goals.  For best
results, focus on realistic, reachable objectives.

Sports Central previews Super Bowl XLVII.  Both Super Bowl
teams are pretty healthy right now.  It would be nice if
that made less difference, if it was just the best teams and
not those with the fewest injuries.  Heaven help us if Roger
Goodell forces through an 18-game schedule.