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Confronting our addiction to oil 

Times-Standard - Jan 11 12:20 PM
Modern industrial society is completely dependent upon the availability of oil. It is no exaggeration to say that modern civilization is addicted to the stuff.
Opinion: Doug Thompson and Daddy Warbucks 
Fayetteville Free Weekly - Jan 11 7:57 AM
Supposedly, an Xbox 360 controller will work on some personal computers. This was news to me. This little tidbit was mentioned in one of those year-end wrap-ups by Gamespy, a respected gamer site.

Le Méridien Makes Its Debut in the Mediterranean 
Hospitality Net - Jan 10 2:54 AM
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.® (NYSE:HOT) announces that Le Méridien® Lav has opened its doors in the stunning Mediterranean port of Split. The resort, previously known as Hotel Lav and regaled as the ‘best address in Split,’ has undergone a $150 million renovation and is the first Le Méridien hotel in Croatia, as well as the latest addition to Le Méridien's ...

From Spain to Marrakech 
Chicago Tribune - Jan 09 12:49 PM
A non-express tour through the Moorish past and present Morocco sits at the northwest tip of the African continent, stretching within just 9 miles of Europe. But, as our train between Rabat and Marrakech passes a dusty, ancient looking village that seems as if it could crumble in an instant, I think that culturally, the country and Spain, its nearest neighbor on the Continent, might as well be ...

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