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Friday, October 23, 2009

Opium, Wasim Akram, Haroon SIddiqui, Google Wave,

Afghan Opium's 'Devastating' Impact Outlined in U.N. Report - A new U.N. report describes Afghanistan as producing 92 percent of the world's opium market, feeding 15 million addicts and funding Taliban insurgents and terrorist organizations.

Akram's wife suffers multiple- organ failure, condition critical

Siddiqui: Looking for accountability over Gaza war - A panel asked both Israel and Hamas to hold their own internal investigations into alleged war crimes. Failing that, it urged the Security Council to turn the issue over to the International Criminal Court at The Hague.

Overview of Google Wave - By Lisa van Gelder, Martyn Inglis on Technology - Guardian developers Lisa van Gelder and Martyn Inglis studied Google Wave in a recent DevLab research project. In this article Lisa gives a detailed explanation of what's exciting, what's not, and why it might be worth a closer look.

8 Clever Ways to Avoid Cell Phone Radiation - You can limit your exposure to cell phone radiation, and still communicate with your wireless.

How should we pick which browser to download? Not like this By Bobbie Johnson on Technology
After two years, vast sums of money and lots of noise, Microsoft is finally drawing close to an agreement with European regulators over the anti-competitive push to get people using Internet Explorer. That final stage, if you remember, involves giving every Windows user a ballot screen that gives them an option of which web browser to download. And right now, Microsoft's locked in negotiations with European regulators over what that ballot screen will actually look like.

SPIEGEL Interview with Director Michael Haneke: 'Every Film Rapes the Viewer'
Austrian director Michael Haneke discusses his shocking new film, "The White Ribbon," which won the Palme d'Or at Cannes, his penchant for gloomy stories that unnerve his viewers and his unsettling view of humanity.


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