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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2014-06-18

In this issue:  Why technology isn't transforming public
schools, more stress at home than at work, and more on the
World Cup.

Chemistry World says Alexander Shulgin was a bold explorer
at the frontiers of neurochemistry, but he was also the
wanton architect of a wave of dangerous recreational drugs:
the godfather of ecstasy.

  Real-Time Predictive Coding

With 50 million public school students in America,
technology holds much potential to transform schools, says
John Jong-Hyun Kim.  HBS Working Knowledge asks why it isn't

AskMen says a new study done by researchers at Penn State
University discovered that people are actually more stressed
at home than they are at work.

---World Cup---
Fast Company says Google has added live score cards and a
20-person data newsroom for World Cup mania.  For Google,
World Cup 2014 is more than just the world's biggest
sporting event.  It's also a month-long scrum during which
the search giant's infrastructure will be tested worldwide.
AskMen explains why we're seeing the return of attack
soccer, and why it's better for the fans.
Friday afternoon, Dutch captain Robin van Persie's two goals
helped put away the favored Spanish side.  AskMen tells how
Van Persie grew up to become a World Cup star.
Fast Company looks at five free apps for following the World
AskMen caught up with Jozy Altidore, America's greatest hope
for World Cup glory, to talk about fitness and nutrition
tips and what to expect from the Americans at the 2014 World Cup
AskMen asks, after the USA's win over Ghana, is soccer back?
 Alexi Lalas remembers its golden age in America.