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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2013-10-16

In this issue:  Internships at any age, pesticides released
by ice melts, and how to choose and install windows and doors.

Internships aren't just for college students anymore.  And
now is the best time for everyone else to apply, according
to Job Journal.
The part-time workforce is becoming a permanent reality, but
it doesn't have to be yours.  Job Journal tells you how to
avoid becoming a permanent part-timer.

National Defense says a striking array of challenges is
reshaping the course of defense technology.  The United
States is entering an era characterized by fiscal austerity
and the rise of "non-state" actors as enemies of nation states.

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Chemistry World reports on a new study from scientists in
Denmark and the UK saying another worrying consequence of
global temperature rises is that, as sea ice melts, banned
pesticides are being reemitted into the open environment.

Knowing your strengths, weaknesses and limits at the gym can
be tricky, especially without the help of a professional
trainer.  AskMen looks at the PUSH, a brand new wearable
fitness monitor that comes to the rescue.

This Old House explains how to choose and install windows
and doors to make your home weather-tight.

---Nobel Prize---
Chemistry World reports that the 2013 Nobel prize in
chemistry has been awarded to Martin Karplus, Michael
Levitt, and Arieh Warshel, for "the development of
multi-scale models for complex chemical systems."