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The Times in Print for April 9, 2008

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Petraeus Urges Halt in Weighing New Cut in Force
By STEVEN LEE MYERS and THOM SHANKER

Gen. David H. Petraeus, the senior U.S. commander in Iraq, warned Congress that progress there was “fragile and reversible.”

In Justice Shift, Corporate Deals Replace Trials
By ERIC LICHTBLAU

The Justice Department, once known for taking down giant corporations, has put off prosecuting more than 50 companies suspected of wrongdoing over the last three years.

The Food Chain
As Prices Rise, Farmers Spurn Conservation
By DAVID STREITFELD

Farmers are spurning payments from a conservation program for a chance to cash in on crops.

Election, and Maoists, Could Transform Nepal
By SOMINI SENGUPTA

Nepal’s elections on Thursday could bring the opportunity for the installation of a fully elected government.

Equestrians’ Deaths Spread Unease in Sport
By KATIE THOMAS

There is a fierce debate over whether risks involved with the equestrian discipline known as eventing are too great.

Torch Runs for Cover as It Reaches San Francisco
By JESSE McKINLEY

San Francisco is bracing for the Olympic torch’s only appearance in the United States on its tense world tour.

Unrest in Kenya as Peace Plan Falters Hearing Intrudes in Sadr City, if Power Lasts Ex-Fed Chairman Chides Current One Economic Scene: For Many, a Boom That Wasn’t Former Corporate Executive to Run Red Cross Phillies 5, Mets 2: Familiar Bullpen Job Ends in Familiar Way There’ll Always Be a France, Especially in New York Philharmonic to Give Summer Concert on Governors Island A Noisy Train, a Fed-Up Rider and a Day in Court Corrections Quotation of the Day "We haven’t turned any corners. We haven’t seen any lights at the end of the tunnel." GEN. DAVID H. PETRAEUS, the American commander in Iraq.
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The Times in Print from the past 7 days SMTWTFS 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Jump to: Front Page|International|National Report|Obituaries|Editorials, Op-Ed and Letters|The Metro Section|Business Day|Sports Wednesday|The Arts|Dining In, Dining Out Back to Top International SECTION A - PAGE 1 Election, and Maoists, Could Transform Nepal By SOMINI SENGUPTA SECTION A - PAGE 1 Petraeus Urges Halt in Weighing New Cut in Force By STEVEN LEE MYERS and THOM SHANKER SECTION A - PAGE 6 Unrest in Kenya as Peace Plan Falters By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN SECTION A - PAGE 6 Iran Says It’s Installing New Centrifuges By NAZILA FATHI and WILLIAM J. BROAD SECTION A - PAGE 6 Set to Return, Chief Justice Creates a Test for Pakistan By JANE PERLEZ SECTION A - PAGE 8 Memo From Jerusalem: 60 Years After Israel’s Founding, Many Are Not in the Mood for a Party By ISABEL KERSHNER SECTION A - PAGE 8 Former Israeli President Drops Plea Deal By ISABEL KERSHNER SECTION A - PAGE 9 Report Details Catholic Role in Nazi Abuses By REUTERS SECTION A - PAGE 10 Accounts of Violence Spread in Zimbabwe By CELIA W. DUGGER SECTION A - PAGE 10 Attack on Road Crew Kills 18 and Injures 7 in Afghanistan By ABDUL WAHEED WAFA and CARLOTTA GALL SECTION A - PAGE 10 World Briefing | Africa: India Courts Leaders for Access to Africa’s Natural Resources By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION A - PAGE 10 World Briefing | The Americas: Colombia: Rebels Reject French Mission for Hostage By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION A - PAGE 10 World Briefing | Middle East: Lebanon: U.N. Investigator Seeks More Time in Hariri Inquiry By WARREN HOGE SECTION A - PAGE 10 World Briefing | Europe: France: Arrests in Vandalism of Muslim Graves in North By JOHN TAGLIABUE SECTION A - PAGE 10 World Briefing | The Americas: Mexico: Bees Attack Police By JAMES C. McKINLEY Jr. SECTION A - PAGE 12 At Hearings, a Chance to Explain Iraq Views and Audition as Commander in Chief By ELISABETH BUMILLER SECTION A - PAGE 13 Militant Cleric Postpones Big Baghdad Protest By STEPHEN FARRELL and ERICA GOODE SECTION A - PAGE 13 Names of the Dead SECTION A - PAGE 13 Hearing Intrudes in Sadr City, if Power Lasts By MICHAEL R. GORDON Jump to: Front Page|International|National Report|Obituaries|Editorials, Op-Ed and Letters|The Metro Section|Business Day|Sports Wednesday|The Arts|Dining In, Dining Out Back to Top National Report SECTION A - PAGE 1 In Justice Shift, Corporate Deals Replace Trials By ERIC LICHTBLAU SECTION A - PAGE 1 Torch Runs for Cover as It Reaches San Francisco By JESSE McKINLEY SECTION A - PAGE 1 The Food Chain: As Prices Rise, Farmers Spurn Conservation By DAVID STREITFELD SECTION A - PAGE 1 Equestrians’ Deaths Spread Unease in Sport By KATIE THOMAS SECTION A - PAGE 14 Bush Gives Medal of Honor to Slain Navy Seals Member By SARAH ABRUZZESE SECTION A - PAGE 14 Death Looms for a Flood-Control Project By FELICITY BARRINGER SECTION A - PAGE 14 Job Losses Bolster Calls for Extension of Benefits By ERIK ECKHOLM SECTION A - PAGE 15 Court Files Detail Claims of Sect’s ‘Pattern’ of Abuse By GRETEL C. KOVACH SECTION A - PAGE 16 Fog Seemingly Baffled Pilot in Bay Oil Spill By KIRSTEN B. MITCHELL SECTION A - PAGE 17 Vast Power Line Project Irks Monastery and More By SEAN D. HAMILL SECTION A - PAGE 18 Official Had Controversial Photos Deleted, Report Says By ERIC LIPTON SECTION A - PAGE 19 Hung Jury in Case of Noted Coroner, but He’ll Be Retried By SEAN D. HAMILL SECTION A - PAGE 19 National Briefing | Mid-Atlantic: Six Kidney Transplants Performed at Once in Maryland By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION A - PAGE 19 National Briefing | Southwest: Soldiers’ Remains Secretly Exhumed in New Mexico By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION A - PAGE 19 National Briefing | South: Court Sides With Insurers on Flood Damage in Louisiana By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION A - PAGE 19 National Briefing | Plains: Woman Charged With Aiding Oklahoma Escape By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION A - PAGE 19 National Briefing | Washington: Quota Limit for High-Skill Visas Is Reached By JULIA PRESTON SECTION A - PAGE 19 National Briefing | Midwest: Misheard Comment Leads to Evacuation in Wisconsin By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION A - PAGE 21 Ex-Aide Wounded in Cult Inquiry Wins House Seat in California By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION A - PAGE 21 West Virginia Senator Apologizes for Comments on McCain By KATE PHILLIPS SECTION A - PAGE 21 The Ad Campaign: From Clinton, Evocation of Nostalgia in a Crucial State By JULIE BOSMAN SECTION A - PAGE 22 Government Credit Card Misuse Found By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION A - PAGE 22 News Analysis: Democrats See Economic Fault Lines in War and Trade By CARL HULSE SECTION A - PAGE 22 Chances of Homeowner Relief Losing Momentum in Senate By DAVID M. HERSZENHORN Jump to: Front Page|International|National Report|Obituaries|Editorials, Op-Ed and Letters|The Metro Section|Business Day|Sports Wednesday|The Arts|Dining In, Dining Out Back to Top Obituaries SECTION A - PAGE 23 S. C. Madison, Charismatic Clergyman, Dies at 86 By DOUGLAS MARTIN SECTION A - PAGE 23 William D. Eberle, Trade Representative for Nixon, Is Dead at 84 By BARNABY J. FEDER SECTION A - PAGE 23 William L. Kraushaar, Cosmic-Radiation Expert, Dies at 87 By JEREMY PEARCE Jump to: Front Page|International|National Report|Obituaries|Editorials, Op-Ed and Letters|The Metro Section|Business Day|Sports Wednesday|The Arts|Dining In, Dining Out Back to Top Editorials, Op-Ed and Letters SECTION A - PAGE 24 Editorial Observer: Ving, Vang, Vong. Or, the Pleasures of a New Vocabulary. By VERLYN KLINKENBORG SECTION A - PAGE 24 Editorial: Albany Fails Again SECTION A - PAGE 24 Editorial: Immigration, Outsourced SECTION A - PAGE 24 Editorial: The Torch and Freedom SECTION A - PAGE 24 Letters: The Defeat of Congestion Pricing SECTION A - PAGE 24 Letter: Basic Writing Skills SECTION A - PAGE 25 Op-Ed Contributor: Take Alternate Route By GENE RUSSIANOFF SECTION A - PAGE 25 Op-Ed Contributor: Pick on the Big Guys By OWEN D. GUTFREUND SECTION A - PAGE 25 Op-Ed Columnist: Toil and Trouble By MAUREEN DOWD Jump to: Front Page|International|National Report|Obituaries|Editorials, Op-Ed and Letters|The Metro Section|Business Day|Sports Wednesday|The Arts|Dining In, Dining Out Back to Top The Metro Section SECTION B - PAGE 1 A Noisy Train, a Fed-Up Rider and a Day in Court By ANEMONA HARTOCOLLIS SECTION B - PAGE 1 Legislators Balk at Tying Teacher Tenure to Student Tests By DANNY HAKIM and JEREMY W. PETERS SECTION B - PAGE 1 About New York: An Inspiration to Serve America, and Regret for Having Done It in Iraq By JIM DWYER SECTION B - PAGE 1 Lawmaker Found Guilty of Corruption By ANDY NEWMAN SECTION B - PAGE 2 New F.A.A. Official to Fight Delays By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION B - PAGE 2 Income Gap in Connecticut Is Growing Fastest, Study Finds By ALISON LEIGH COWAN SECTION B - PAGE 2 Priest Told to Avoid Conan O’Brien By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION B - PAGE 2 Auction House Cancels Arbus Sale By THE NEW YORK TIMES SECTION B - PAGE 3 Lottery Numbers SECTION B - PAGE 3 Final Defense Witnesses Testify in Sean Bell Case By MICHAEL WILSON SECTION B - PAGE 3 Replicas of New Tower Endure Nature’s Fury and a Test Blast By DAVID W. DUNLAP SECTION B - PAGE 3 Paterson Plans Panel to Study M.T.A. Budget By THE NEW YORK TIMES SECTION B - PAGE 3 At Last, Some Attention for Subway Line Less Traveled By ANTHONY RAMIREZ SECTION B - PAGE 4 Famed Bronx Bakery Is Told to Halt Work Over Pay Abuse Claims By STEVEN GREENHOUSE SECTION B - PAGE 4 When Language Lessons Make for Good Theater By FERNANDA SANTOS SECTION B - PAGE 5 City Blames Weak Rock for Fallen Wall By PATRICK McGEEHAN SECTION B - PAGE 6 Planned Tower Near MoMA Widely Criticized at Hearing By COLIN MOYNIHAN SECTION B - PAGE 6 On Education: Searching Debris of Katrina for Memories Left Behind By SAMUEL G. FREEDMAN Jump to: Front Page|International|National Report|Obituaries|Editorials, Op-Ed and Letters|The Metro Section|Business Day|Sports Wednesday|The Arts|Dining In, Dining Out Back to Top Business Day SECTION A - PAGE 1 The Food Chain: As Prices Rise, Farmers Spurn Conservation By DAVID STREITFELD SECTION C - PAGE 1 A Silicon Valley Slowdown By MATT RICHTEL and BRAD STONE SECTION C - PAGE 1 2 Oil Firms Plan Alaska Gas Pipeline By JAD MOUAWAD and CLIFFORD KRAUSS SECTION C - PAGE 1 Economic Scene: For Many, a Boom That Wasn’t By DAVID LEONHARDT SECTION C - PAGE 1 Looming Deficit Impedes Federal Housing Agency By RACHEL L. SWARNS SECTION C - PAGE 1 Ex-Fed Chairman Chides Current One By MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM SECTION C - PAGE 2 7 Are Charged in Illegal Trading Inquiry at Nymex By BLOOMBERG NEWS SECTION C - PAGE 2 Document Details Insider Trading Claims at Airbus By NICOLA CLARK SECTION C - PAGE 2 Citi Is Said to Be Near Deal to Sell $12.5 Billion of Loans By MICHAEL J. de la MERCED and ERIC DASH SECTION C - PAGE 3 Russia Close to Privatizing Huge Electricity Producer By ANDREW E. KRAMER SECTION C - PAGE 3 Morgan Stanley Chairman Wins Re-election By LANDON THOMAS Jr. SECTION C - PAGE 3 U.S. Says It Will Increase Efforts Against ‘Tax Defiers’ By LYNNLEY BROWNING SECTION C - PAGE 3 Advertising: Marketers Find a Sound That Draws a Crowd By STUART ELLIOTT SECTION C - PAGE 4 An Architect of the CVS Deal Will Start a Turnaround Firm By ANDREW ROSS SORKIN SECTION C - PAGE 4 Big Investment Made in Lender By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION C - PAGE 6 Square Feet: At Age 17, Ski Resort Has a Troubled Past (and Present) By PATRICK O'GILFOIL HEALY and TERRY PRISTIN SECTION C - PAGE 7 Square Feet: Rising Rents Force Older Businesses to New Sites By J. ALEX TARQUINIO SECTION C - PAGE 7 American Canceling More Flights for Inspection By JEFF BAILEY SECTION C - PAGE 8 World Business Briefing | Europe: Iceland: A Retailer Plans to Shed Units By BLOOMBERG NEWS SECTION C - PAGE 8 World Business Briefing | Europe: France: Channel Tunnel Operator Posts Profit By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION C - PAGE 8 World Business Briefing | Europe: Denmark: Electronics Maker’s Profit and Sales Slump By REUTERS SECTION C - PAGE 8 World Business Briefing | Africa: South Africa: Fugitive Arrested in Los Angeles By BLOOMBERG NEWS SECTION C - PAGE 9 Philips to Stop Manufacturing TVs for the U.S. Market By ERIC A. TAUB SECTION C - PAGE 9 Study Gives High Marks to U.S. Internet By JOHN MARKOFF SECTION C - PAGE 11 Iomega Accepts Takeover Offer By REUTERS SECTION C - PAGE 11 Fed’s Concerns Contribute to Market Dip By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jump to: Front Page|International|National Report|Obituaries|Editorials, Op-Ed and Letters|The Metro Section|Business Day|Sports Wednesday|The Arts|Dining In, Dining Out Back to Top Sports Wednesday SECTION A - PAGE 1 Equestrians’ Deaths Spread Unease in Sport By KATIE THOMAS SECTION D - PAGE 1 Summitt and Tennessee Roll to Another Title By JERÉ LONGMAN SECTION D - PAGE 1 Phillies 5, Mets 2: Familiar Bullpen Job Ends in Familiar Way By BEN SHPIGEL SECTION D - PAGE 1 Sports of The Times: Mets’ Nostalgia Brings Up Bad Memories By GEORGE VECSEY SECTION D - PAGE 1 Woods Favored, but Others Like Their Chances By LARRY DORMAN SECTION D - PAGE 2 Knicks 98, Pistons 94: For a Night, Thomas Returns to His Glory Days By HOWARD BECK SECTION D - PAGE 2 N.B.A. Roundup: Pacers Top Hawks and Stay in Playoff Race By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION D - PAGE 2 Beat the Devils? The Rangers Join Them By LYNN ZINSER SECTION D - PAGE 2 Forsberg Steps Into a Time Tunnel By JOHN BRANCH SECTION D - PAGE 3 Sports of The Times: A Rivalry That Could Blossom in Women’s N.C.A.A. Championship By HARVEY ARATON SECTION D - PAGE 3 Sports of The Times: Woods Swings and Rarely Misses By WILLIAM C. RHODEN SECTION D - PAGE 3 Chalmers and Kansas Are Swinging on a Star By PETE THAMEL SECTION D - PAGE 4 Soccer Roundup: M.L.S. Salary Structure Is a Matter of Rich Man, Poor Man By JACK BELL SECTION D - PAGE 4 Sports Briefing | Tennis: Venus Williams Will Take Time Off By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION D - PAGE 4 Sports Briefing | Gymnastics: Brazilian Has Dengue Fever By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION D - PAGE 4 Sports Briefing | Auto Racing: Haas CNC Racing Changes Drivers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION D - PAGE 4 Sports Briefing | Auto Racing: A New Crew Chief for Petty By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION D - PAGE 4 Sports Briefing | Auto Racing: Daytona 500 Winner Penalized By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION D - PAGE 4 Sports Briefing | Soccer: Liverpool Advances to Semifinals By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION D - PAGE 4 Sports Briefing | Cycling: Bicycle Maker Sues LeMond By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION D - PAGE 5 Royals 5, Yankees 2: Tough Start for Yankees Ends Without Posada By TYLER KEPNER SECTION D - PAGE 6 Major League Roundup: Orioles Extend Winning Streak to 6 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECTION D - PAGE 6 Red Sox 5, Tigers 0: Day of Rejoicing for Red Sox; Emotional Return by Buckner By JACK CURRY SECTION D - PAGE 7 With Words or His Bat, Rollins Shakes Up Mets By ALAN SCHWARZ SECTION D - PAGE 7 Strawberry Joins SNY as Part-Time Analyst By RICHARD SANDOMIR SECTION D - PAGE 7 Group of Players Plans Removal of Upshaw By JUDY BATTISTA SECTION D - PAGE 5 Jeter Will Sit Out Series to Rest His Injured Thigh By TYLER KEPNER Jump to: Front Page|International|National Report|Obituaries|Editorials, Op-Ed and Letters|The Metro Section|Business Day|Sports Wednesday|The Arts|Dining In, Dining Out Back to Top The Arts SECTION E - PAGE 1 Movie Review | '[email protected]': Retired, Yes, but Never Too Old to Rock By STEPHEN HOLDEN SECTION E - PAGE 1 Philharmonic to Give Summer Concert on Governors Island By DANIEL J. WAKIN SECTION E - PAGE 1 A New Act Unfolds in Drama Dynasty By JOSEPH BERGER SECTION E - PAGE 1 Wary Hollywood Plans More Chick Flicks (Hoping to Lure the Guys) By MICHAEL CIEPLY SECTION E - PAGE 1 Changes, and a Constant, for New York Jazz Festival By BEN RATLIFF SECTION E - PAGE 2 Arts, Briefly: Stone Temple Pilots to Rock Again Compiled by LAWRENCE VAN GELDER SECTION E - PAGE 2 Arts, Briefly: Judge Jails Pete Doherty Compiled by LAWRENCE VAN GELDER SECTION E - PAGE 2 Arts, Briefly: ‘Equus’ Schedules Its Run By CAMPBELL ROBERTSON SECTION E - PAGE 2 Arts, Briefly: Venezuelan Channel Banishes Simpsons Compiled by LAWRENCE VAN GELDER SECTION E - PAGE 2 Arts, Briefly: A.B.T. Plans Tudor Tribute Compiled by LAWRENCE VAN GELDER SECTION E - PAGE 2 Arts, Briefly: Footnotes Compiled by LAWRENCE VAN GELDER SECTION E - PAGE 2 Arts, Briefly: April Madness Favors CBS By THE NEW YORK TIMES SECTION E - PAGE 2 Arts, Briefly: Ninety-Six and Counting Compiled by LAWRENCE VAN GELDER SECTION E - PAGE 3 Video Games: Taking a Virtual Leap Into a Mind-Bending, Interactive, Anime World By SETH SCHIESEL SECTION E - PAGE 5 Music Review: Less Famous Now, a Pianist Returns By STEVE SMITH SECTION E - PAGE 5 Theater Review | 'Macbeth': Toil and Trouble Are Still Bubbling Over By BEN BRANTLEY SECTION E - PAGE 6 Movie Review | 'Stalags': Eyeing Pornography That Uses the Holocaust as Titillation By LAURA KERN SECTION E - PAGE 6 Movie Review | 'Body of War': A Wounded Soldier Turns His Fire on the War By MANOHLA DARGIS SECTION E - PAGE 7 Television Review: Novelist, Scholar, Tweaker of Autobiographical Facts By MIKE HALE SECTION E - PAGE 8 'Invisible Nation,' by Quil Lawrence: In Northern Iraq, the Kurds Find Success Amid Struggle By WILLIAM GRIMES Jump to: Front Page|International|National Report|Obituaries|Editorials, Op-Ed and Letters|The Metro Section|Business Day|Sports Wednesday|The Arts|Dining In, Dining Out Back to Top Dining In, Dining Out SECTION F - PAGE 1 Latest College Reading Lists: Menus With Pho and Lobster By MICHAEL S. SANDERS SECTION F - PAGE 1 Wine Bars Grow Up and Squeeze In By ERIC ASIMOV SECTION F - PAGE 2 Food Stuff: Lessons From the School Cafeteria By FLORENCE FABRICANT SECTION F - PAGE 2 Food Stuff: African Heat, Bottled in New Jersey By FLORENCE FABRICANT SECTION F - PAGE 2 Food Stuff: The Outlaw Glamour of a Long-Banned Fruit By FLORENCE FABRICANT SECTION F - PAGE 2 Off the Menu By FLORENCE FABRICANT SECTION F - PAGE 3 Recipe: Crispy Tofu With Shiitakes and Chorizo SECTION F - PAGE 3 Recipe: Lettuce-Wrapped Fish SECTION F - PAGE 3 The Minimalist: Quickly and Easily, a Touch of Elegance By MARK BITTMAN SECTION F - PAGE 3 A Good Appetite: Tofu Meets Its Match in a Dish Fit for Carnivores By MELISSA CLARK SECTION F - PAGE 3 Calendar By FLORENCE FABRICANT SECTION F - PAGE 5 Recipe: Green Asparagus Mousseline SECTION F - PAGE 5 Recipe: Blanquette de Veau SECTION F - PAGE 5 There’ll Always Be a France, Especially in New York By FLORENCE FABRICANT SECTION F - PAGE 6 Recipe: Mediterranean Fish Soup SECTION F - PAGE 6 One Pot By ELAINE LOUIE SECTION F - PAGE 6 The Pour: Allure of Cachaça Spreads to U.S. From Brazil By SETH KUGEL SECTION F - PAGE 8 Recipe: Beets With Horseradish Cream SECTION F - PAGE 8 Socializing by the Glass SECTION F - PAGE 8 Recipe: Walnut Pesto Crostini SECTION F - PAGE 9 Restaurants: Where the Lights Are Never Low By FRANK BRUNI SECTION F - PAGE 9 Dining Briefs By THE NEW YORK TIMES Jump to: Front Page|International|National Report|Obituaries|Editorials, Op-Ed and Letters|The Metro Section|Business Day|Sports Wednesday|The Arts|Dining In, Dining Out Back to Top Tech Innovation SECTION SPG - PAGE 1 Betting to Improve the Odds By STEVE LOHR SECTION SPG - PAGE 1 In Storing 1’s and 0’s, the Question Is $ By JOHN SCHWARTZ SECTION SPG - PAGE 2 A Cleaner, Leaner Jet Age Has Arrived By MATTHEW L. WALD SECTION SPG - PAGE 2 Devices That Track Every Precious Need By DAVID S. JOACHIM SECTION SPG - PAGE 3 Solid State Steps Out of the Shadows By IAN AUSTEN SECTION SPG - PAGE 4 On the Irish Coast, Reconsidering Energy From the Town Up By KAREN FREEMAN SECTION SPG - PAGE 4 Harnessing Biology, and Avoiding Oil, for Chemical Goods By YUDHIJIT BHATTACHARJEE SECTION SPG - PAGE 5 Closing the Doors That Virtual Sprawl Leaves Open By DAN FOST SECTION SPG - PAGE 6 My Life in a Video Game (Batteries Not Included) By PETER WAYNER SECTION SPG - PAGE 7 MySpace Mind-Set Finally Shows Up at the Office By LAURIE J. FLYNN Jump to: Front Page|International|National Report|Obituaries|Editorials, Op-Ed and Letters|The Metro Section|Business Day|Sports Wednesday|The Arts|Dining In, Dining Out The Times in Print from the past 7 days SMTWTFS 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

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