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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2013-09-25

In this issue:  Finding fulfillment, the impact of major
sporting events on host cities, and Syria's chemical weapons.

Remember, for the majority of your waking hours, you'll be
at work.  That's a lot of time to spend being miserable
and/or surrounded by people whose company you don't enjoy. 
AskMen talks about how to have a fulfilling life.

The Data Transparency Conference, held Sept. 10 in
Washington, D.C., brought big names and experienced
professionals together to move the open government data
conversation toward informed implementation, according to
Information Today.

  More Efficient E-Discovery

What is the real effect of major sporting events on host
cities?  Many academic economists have researched the
effects of hosting these tournaments since the 1990s, and
AskMen says they pretty much agree:  Hosting doesn't make
you rich.
Sports Central says the National League has a fraction of
the excitement contained within the American League as we
enter the final two weeks of the 2013 major league baseball
season.  September baseball is bound to be exciting.
Sports Central says it's time for the madness to stop in
regard to NCAA violations concerning student-athletes
receiving money and other concessions from outside sources.

Chemistry World says experts have welcomed the Syrian
government's pledge to sign up to the Chemical Weapons
Convention, which outlaws the production and use of chemical
weapons and commits signatories to destroying stockpiles.