Gongol.com Archives: July 2009
Brian Gongol

July 2, 2009

Computers and the Internet International body tells Texas real estate agent he can't have Jay Leno's name
Cybersquatting is annoying and petty. But it's also a little unnerving that the issue made its way to a United Nations commission.

Business and Finance China's concerns about the future of the American economy

Business and Finance The value of the endorsement
When people actually have a sense of trust in the endorser, it can make a big difference

News The logic behind choosing what to hope for in Iran
Crude, but possibly accurate

Health In 1909, the leading cause of death in the United States was tuberculosis.
Today, it kills fewer than 700 Americans a year. What appears to be a calamity in one era may turn out to be relatively minor in another. Changes happen all the time, and our perceptions have to change along with them.

Water News Being prepared for holiday trips

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