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In this issue:  Happiness, vitamin D deficiency, and
Internet Service Providers policing their customers for
copyright violations.

Business professor Jonah Berger says 50% of "The Tipping
Point" is wrong.  Berger's dismantling of Gladwell is at the
core of his new book, "Contagious: Why Things Catch On." 
Fast Company says the book is being marketed according to
Berger's own principles.

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The role income plays in our happiness is rife with
conflict.  Fast Company exposes three myths about the
influence of money on happiness.

AskMen explores vitamin D deficiency, treatments and symptoms.

Information Today says a coalition of content providers and
Internet Service Providers have launched the Copyright Alert
System, a "six strikes" structure that will notify, then
potentially punish users for illegal file sharing.

As if an extended period of joblessness weren't tough
enough, Job Journal says the long-term unemployed must make
an extra effort to show they're making good use of their
"time off."  You may have lost your job, but you can't
afford to lose your professional edge.

When considering the nation's budget problems at home -- how
do we fund increasingly expensive government programs, keep
faith with all promises and underwrite U.S. security and
worldwide commitments?   National Defense says we cannot do
it all.
National Defense says the pressure is on at the Pentagon to
bring down the cost of military hardware.  The dictum from
acquisitions chief Frank Kendall is that "unaffordable"
programs will be axed.