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Wednesday, May 19, 2004


The Prisoner-Abuse Scandal At Home
by Michelle Goldberg, Salon
The stories sound familiar: Muslim prisoners beaten and sexually humiliated by American guards. But it happened in Brooklyn, not Baghdad.


Meatless, Not Joyless
by Mark Bittman, New York Times
Vegetarians coming to dinner? I complained about this prospect for nearly 30 years. Now I was champing at the bit of opportunity.

What The French Have That We Don't
by David Shaw, Los Angeles Times
Why does the United States have no equivalent to the Michelin Guide, the small but fat red book that's crammed with restaurant ratings in every Gallic nook and cranny?

Designs For Working
by Malcolm Gladwell
Why your bosses want to turn your new office into Greenwich Village.


Cooperative Project Reprots New Top Prime Number
by Stephen Shankland, CNET
A group that has harnessed the collective power of thousands of computers says it has found the largest known prime number, breaking a record it set just half a year earlier.

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