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More links for 10 Nov 2007

Secret Camera Investigation: Every single hotel failed to wash your cups and glasses. With video! [Myfox via Consumerist]
Did our Solar System once have another planet? [Cosmos]
Infamous Boston jail now a luxury hotel. [Mainichi]
The solar super plane has been hailed as a savior — the first major attempt to fly a plane without fuel, with eco-eyes set on a sun-powered trip around the globe. [Popular Mechanics]
Sirtris Pharmaceuticals is testing a fountain-of-youth pill in humans. You won't live forever, but it may slow aging and increase lifespan. So far, it's working. [Portfolio]
Britain's oldest boss is working her usual nine-to-five on her 100th birthday. [DailyMail]
The massive list of genius - People with the highest IQ. [One Mans Blog]
"I'll be back" Arnold Schwarzenegger's threatening line in "the Terminator" has been voted as the movie line we quote the most, according to a new survey. [Telegraph]
A Brooklyn Web designer who embarked on a multimedia quest to find the rosy-cheeked straphanger for whom he fell on the No. 5 train, says he has managed to track down "the woman of his dreams." [New York Post]

Barbara West Dainton, believed to have been one of the last two survivors from the sinking of the Titanic in 1912, died Oct. 16 in Camborne, England. She was 96. [New York Times]
Fact or Fiction?: Is sitting too close to the computer screen making you blind? [Scientific American, Thanks Scott!]


Interesting links, but for some reason I can't quite seem to read that last link... Maybe if I move in a bit closer to the screen and squint a bit more...

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