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2. Interviews with People Who Have Interesting or Unusual Jobs on McSweeney's: From obit writers to gondoliers to purveyors of fine rats — here's a fascinating compilation of interviews with folks who make a living at some pretty odd jobs. Eye-opening to see what some people get paid to do. Love it!
3. Craig Venter's Bugs Might Save the World in the New York Times: Some of these tiny buggy beasts will eat up pollution. Others will make food, some fuel. Maybe another variety will combat viruses. It's a vision of the future purported by renowned thinker Craig Venter. I'd explain more, but it's best you read the beautifully written article yourself. If only because it's a good read.
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5. Improving Part Accuracy on Aerospace Manufacturing and Design: How do we make machine parts more accurate? How do you improve repeatability — and ultimately productivity? This new submission from Fanuc Robotics in the aerospace manufacturing trade publication does a nice job tackling the subject.