1. Dave Freeman, co-author of "100 Things to Do Before You Die," died last week after a fall at his home in the Venice section of Los Angeles. He was 47. Link.
2. Man finds lost camera loaded with digital photos, uploads them to Flickr, and community teams up to find camera's owner. Link.
3. Philosopher John Rawls lost two brothers in childhood after infecting them with deadly diseases:
In 1928, the 7-year-old Rawls contracted diphtheria. His brother Bobby, younger by 20 months, visited him in his room and was fatally infected. The next winter, Rawls contracted pneumonia. Another younger brother, Tommy, caught the illness from him and died.Link.
4. China had the most gold medals at the Beijing Olympics and also had the most last place finishes. Link.
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