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1 Data from Columbia disk drives survived the shuttle accident
2 A crash course in true political science
3 Genetically modified crops get mixed response in Asia
4 Beijing Olympics to boost Chinese energy demand: analysts
5 Vietnam starts construction on 6 billion dollar oil-refinery
6 Newer Prostate Cancer Treatment Similar to Traditional Surgery
7 Child safety seats should be centered in back seat
8 No jabs, no school says Labour MP
9 How AT&T spilled the Starbucks beans
10 AT&T's WiFi Fake-Outs Leave iPhone Users Nonplussed
11 Mac Bloggers Size Up Support, Elbow Into Enterprise, Muse on AT&T Memo
12 How to make your car run on tequila (sort of)
13 Are Backyard Ethanol Brewers an Answer to High-Priced Gas?
14 Gates: Vista is doing just fine
15 Gates happy with "rapid" sales as Vista hits 140 million mark
16 140 million copies of Vista sold. How does Leopard compare?
17 RIAA Clings to DRM and the Past: It's Time to Look Forward
18 Pelican 'bombs' bather in Florida
19 Diving pelican slams into swimmer's face in Gulf off Florida
20 Pelican Slams Into Face Of Woman Swimming In Gulf of Mexico
21 Report Warns on Serious Mental Problems in Teens Using Pot
22 Teens Who Smoke Pot At Increased Risk Of Depression
23 Omaha man says this was his second self-tracheotomy
24 Suffocating Man Performs Self-Tracheotomy With Steak Knife
25 Man saves own life with steak knife
26 Nintendo Taps U.S. Talent in Search of WiiWare Hits
27 Craft Brewers Reformulate Beer to Cope With Hop Shortage
28 First Pics! Fisker's $80K Hybrid Hits the Road
29 The Car of the Future Will Know You Can't Drive
30 NASA Offers $5000 a Month For You to Lie in Bed
31 Q&A: NASA Scientist Answers Your Questions About Lying in Bed for 90 Days
32 With Motorcycles, Eco-Friendly and Badass Can Mix
33 Booze Slinging Bots Serve Fun at Roboexotica USA
34 Are Boys Better At Math? Yes, If They Represent Numbers Spatially
35 Is divorce bad for the parents?
36 Does your brain have a mind of its own?
37 In the Air: Who says big ideas are rare?
38 Security Hole Turns Gmail Into a Spam Machine
39 Save a Tree: Put Your Receipt on the Web
40 Still No Genetic Link To Longevity
41 Personalized genetic testing: starting down the rabbit hole
42 Know-how raises doctors' suicide risk
43 Omaha man says this was his second self-tracheotomy
44 SpongeBob painted on historical cabin
45 Michelle Duggar Pregnant With 18th Child: Caption It
46 The Japanese Rush Hour Train Experience
47 Teens dig up body, use skull as bong
48 Texas Cops: 3 Dig Up Corpse To Use Skull As A Bong
49 Bright green puppy born in New Orleans
50 Manhole Cover Thefts Leave Cities Exposed
51 Iguana Causes Power Outage for 20,000 in Florida
52 New NASA Tool Allows Amateurs To Explore The Ionosphere From The Inside
53 NASA And JAXA To Conduct Joint Research On Sonic Boom Modeling
54 Testing Times For Robotic Explorers On Mars
55 Telescopes search for signals from space
56 Can You Catch Up on Lost Sleep?
57 Lots of animals learn, but smarter isn't better
58 Till Malfunction Do Us Part
59 Dead trees and the final frontier
60 A quick guide to space news publications in print
61 Insulin pills could cut the need for needles
62 Once shunned by academics, Wikipedia now a teaching tool
63 Nissan to make lithium-ion batteries with NEC: report
64 A crash course in true political science
65 Sahara made slow transition from green to desert: study
66 Researchers Observe Hydrogen-Bond Exchange
67 Quantum computers take step toward practicality with demonstration of new device
68 Researchers demonstrate for the first time how light squeezes through small holes
69 A 'squeeze' in cuprates may explain superconducting temperatures
70 Artificial reef near Miami is cemetery, diving attraction
71 Planets by the Dozen
72 Huge Texas sinkhole's appetite decreasing, officials say
73 Phoenix Flying True Enough to Skip One Scheduled Adjustment
74 The Antennae Galaxies move closer
75 Canada blocks sale of top space company to US firm: minister
76 Another Olympic contest--weather forecasting
77 Exhaling for Exploration: Scientists Test Lunar Breathing System
78 Data from Columbia disk drives survived the shuttle accident
79 Apple inks Latin American deal for iPhone
80 Flying saucers, tiny helicopters compete in British war game
81 NCAR installs 76-teraflop supercomputer for critical research on climate change, severe weather
82 Flies' eyes could enhance robot vision
83 Facebook to let users carry profiles with them
84 Apple agrees to settle iPod lawsuit
85 Microsoft appeals $1.4B EU antitrust fine
86 WiMAX promises to transform wireless Internet world
87 Texas may claim Amazon owes sales taxes
88 EBay's PayPal rule in Australia draws fire
89 Weddings boost Shark's fin consumption in Singapore: report
90 Oldest gorilla in captivity turns 55 at Dallas Zoo
91 Is divorce bad for the parents?
92 UV lotion lights the way to cleaner facilities
93 Peer pressure, the new weapon against teen smoking
94 US co-inventor of nicotine patch dies
95 New study finds number of fat cells stays constant throughout life
96 Suspected cause of type 1 diabetes caught 'red-handed' for the first time
97 Why criminals cannot say 'no'
98 70 people sickened during San Francisco conference
99 New outbreak of bird flu hits India: minister
100 Why Emotional Memories Of Traumatic Life Events Are So Persistent
101 Surprising Discovery: Multicellular Response Is 'All For One'
102 Justice In The Brain: Equity And Efficiency Are Encoded Differently
103 When Bears Steal Human Food, Mom's Not To Blame
104 Photosynthetic Dimmer Switch For Plants Identified
105 Merging Antennae Galaxies Move Closer
106 What's Bugging Locusts? It Could Be They're Hungry--For Each Other
107 Koalas Under Threat From Climate Change
108 New Evidence From Earliest Known Human Settlement In The Americas
109 Superbug Genome Sequenced: Steno Has Remarkable Capacity For Drug Resistance
110 How Body Size Is Regulated
111 Eel Fishing Multiplies The Accidental Capture Of Other Fish By Eight
112 New Study Shows How Genes Control Blood Proteins Important To Health
113 Endangered Species Up The Risk Of Extinction For Other Species In Ecological Community
114 Major Shift In HIV Prevention Priorities Needed, Analysts Urge
115 Diet High In Saturated Fat Contributes To Prostate Cancer Treatment Failure, Study Suggests
116 Arthritis Is A Potential Barrier To Physical Activity For Adults With Diabetes
117 Teen 'Self Medication' For Depression Leads To More Serious Mental Illness, New Report Reveals
118 Biological Weapons To Control Cane Toad Invasion In Australia
119 Computed Radiography System Helps Uncover Secrets From The Past
120 Piecing Together The Next Generation Of Cognitive Robots
121 3G settings discovered in latest beta of iPhone firmware
122 'Currently unavailable'
123 Wine 1.0 ships
124 2 million Zunes sold
125 Climate Counts' deceptive and meaningless attack on Apple
126 iPhone 'Currently Unavailable' via U.S. Apple Store online
127 Continuous reboots plague Windows XP SP3 sufferers
128 Mac is Apple's next big thing; will become as important to Apple as Outlook is to Microsoft
129 Zune a joke that gets funnier as time goes by (unless you're Microsoft)
130 Free on iTunes--Aussie UFOs, StrangeThings, Hometown Tales and More
131 Fewer Particles, More Debris (Week of May 5)
132 MW: The New Rules for Buying a Mac
133 Essential Mac freeware
134 SuperMegaUltraGroovy and Toastycode announce TapeDeck for Leopard
135 Mailplane for Mac OS X flies to version 2.0
136 Stolen Mac laptop leads victim to alleged thief [see 2nd article in text file: how to recover your Apple products]
137 Opening up Psystar's Open Computer
138 Review: 20- and 24-Inch Aluminum iMacs (2008 Edition)
139 Analysis: In Italy, Apple shifts iPhone strategy
140 Could Apple, NBC be patching up differences?
141 Xerox showcases erasable paper, smart documents
142 Review: ViewSonic VP2250wb
143 How Psystar's computer measures up to a Mac
144 OpenOffice goes OS X native
145 DRM "is not dead"
146 Softpress feeds Freeway with RSS
147 iPhone "stifling innovation"