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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2013-03-06

In this issue:  Computers in your eyewear, the right amount
of exercise, and Dennis Rodman in North Korea.

Despite fires in the 787's lithium-ion batteries, IEEE
Spectrum says planes will become more dependent on
electricity and batteries.

---Computer Enhanced Eyewear---
Google Glass is much less ambitious than the
computer-mediated vision systems Steve Mann constructed
decades ago.  What Google's involvement promises, though, is
to popularize this kind of technology.  IEEE Spectrum
relates what he learned from 35 years of wearing
computerized eyewear.

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People want a quick fix to lose fat with exercise.  They
want to hear they can accomplish more by doing less.  A
study out of Denmark was conducted showing that could
actually happen.  Well, it appears that way if you're not
looking at the big picture, according to AskMen.
AskMen says high-intensity workouts are the current craze,
and Les Mills Combat is probably one of the easiest workouts
to get into if you've been on the sidelines for a while.

Chemistry World says Japan's 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear
disaster will put people living nearest to the nuclear power
plant at a slightly elevated risk of cancer in the coming years.

IEEE Spectrum explains how Kaspersky Lab tracked down the
Stuxnet malware that stymied Iran's nuclear-fuel enrichment

---Sports Celebrities---
AskMen says Jacoby Jones of the Ravens will have the
opportunity of a lifetime this spring.  He could join Emmitt
Smith, Hines Ward and Donald Driver in the select group of
Super Bowl champions who have also won on Dancing With The
Once you get past the incongruity of seeing Dennis Rodman
watch basketball with North Korea's Supreme Leader, it
becomes apparent that nobody is the better for any of this,
save of course Dennis Rodman, according to AskMen.