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Great new podcast/radio show for a chill Sunday from Aric S. Queen

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A Beijing treatment center for Web-addicted youths includes counseling, group games like laser tag, and physical exercise.

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A music-buying public enamoured with digital downloads may be abandoning the compact disc in droves, but one physical medium is staging a tiny comeback.

Amid otherwise gloomy music sales numbers released by Nielsen Co. this week, vinyl record sales doubled compared with the year before.

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In the 1950s, Disneyland thrilled visitors with its imaginative House of the Future. Now Disney has opened a new House, with a new vision of future domesticity. Our correspondent looks in—and finds that what’s to come will be tough on the stomach, relentlessly beige, and, in every sense, subprime.

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Andy Xie on the economy in 2008.

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OTTAWA -- During the recent parliamentary crisis, a Liberal MP’s constituent proposed the Governor General appoint “a fellow aristocrat, His Highness Count Ignatieff” to form an alternative government.
It was tongue-in-cheek advice. But, as in all good humour, it contained kernels of truth.
If it weren’t for nearly a century of history since the Bolshevik Revolution, Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff would be a count today; perhaps living on the grand estate bequeathed to his ancestors by Catherine the Great, Empress of all the Russias.

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On Thursday, J. D. Salinger turns 90. There probably won't be a party, or if there is we'll never know. For more than 50 years Salinger has lived in seclusion in the small town of Cornish, New Hampshire For a while it used to be a journalistic sport for newspapers and magazines to send reporters up to Cornish in hopes of a sighting, or at least a quotation from a garrulous local, but Salinger hasn't been photographed in decades now and the neighbors have all clammed up. He's been so secretive he makes Thomas Pynchon seem like a gadabout.

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Two years ago, the Dutch could quietly congratulate themselves on having brought what seemed to be a fair measure of consensus and reason to the meanest intersection in their national political life: the one where integration of Muslim immigrants crossed Dutch identity.

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Already struggling with the global slowdown, one of China's best-known companies, real-estate developer Soho China Ltd., also has been hit hard by something less expected: political missteps.

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