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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2014-04-16

In this issue:  Heartbleed, healthy saturated fat, and
National Library Week.

Fast Company says any product or service you create that
facilitates flexibility is going to have a great chance in
the millennial market.
Fast Company reports that France just made it illegal for
employees to attend to "work-related material on their
computers or smartphones" after they clock out for the day.
HBS Working Knowledge reports on a symposium at Harvard
Business School that delved into "intersectionality" -- the
seemingly obvious yet complex idea that gender interacts
with other axes of inequality such as race, age, class, and

  Real-Time Predictive Coding

---Cyber Security---
Fast Company answers your most pressing questions about
Heartbleed, the devastating two-year-old bug that was only
revealed recently.  It is quickly snowballing into the
single biggest security vulnerability in Internet history.

AskMen says everyone was wrong:  saturated fat is good for
you.  The spread of obesity has no single cause; there are a
lot of complicated factors that have led to America's health
Layne Norton tells AskMen he promotes what he likes to call
a flexible diet.   He tells people to hit a certain amount
of protein, carbs and fat a day, but if you want to have a
little bit of ice cream and you still hit those numbers,
that's okay.

HBS Working Knowledge says Karen Mills left her post as SBA
Administrator for a joint fellowship at Harvard to tackle a
question she's faced her whole career:  How can the United
States drive innovation and turn it into jobs?

---Library Week---
Information Today says the United States has celebrated
National Library Week during the second week of April (aka
School Library Month) since 1958.  This year, it's being
celebrated April 13-19, with author Judy Blume serving as
honorary chair.

After finishing an impressive run through the NCAA
tournament, Connecticut's Shabazz Napier grabbed even more
attention by using his moment in the sun to take a few final
shots at the NCAA, according to Sports Central.

---Standing Desk---
A Fast Company writer describes his experience with a
standing desk, and why he'll never go back to sitting.