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Around the Web 9.26.08: Burning textbooks, selling pot and shaking it up!

September 26, 2008 | 10:13 am
Nine Inch Nails

-- Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor asks fans to help his band follow the money. CNet

-- Tech heavyweights request that the McCain-Obama debates be more open and Internet-friendly. LAT

-- New Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars game said to include drug dealing mini-game. VG Chartz

-- College bookstores install DVD-burning kiosks to lure students. Kiosks at UCLA, San Diego State and others schools can burn movies. Up next: burning textbooks and class materials. Ars Technica

-- Britain to make some immigrants carry biometric RFID cards. BoingBoing

-- iPhone in China may not have 3G and WiFi. CrunchGear

-- MIT develops self-sustaining sensor network to prevent forest fires. Engadget

-- Is the Google Moderator tool asking the right questions? Reply hazy, try again. Ars Technica

-- It's official. Senators can freely Twitter without disclosure. Valleywag

-- Car marketer Autobytel takes big bite out of workforce, explores sale. CNet

-- Watch it! Our video selection of the day: Warioland Shake It!  YouTube

-- Alex Pham

Nine Inch Nails photo by Jamie-James Medina