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June 26, 2007 at 6:03 PM

More to life than the iPhone, apparently

Check the most-read story lists at the Wall Street Journal and New York Times this evening, after they posted the first reviews of the iPhone.

From the WSJ:

1. Poison Ivy Becomes More Potent

2. Testing Out the iPhone

3. Summer Flying Turns Ugly

4. Accident Sparks Concern Over Chinese Tires

5. Commentary: Roberts Rules

From the NYT:

1. Rome Journal: Rome Welcomes Tourism Con Brio, but Not Too Much

2. Study Says Chatty Doctors Forget Patients

3. From a Few Genes, Life’s Myriad Shapes

4. Study on I.Q. Prompts Debate on Family Dynamics

5. Humans Have Spread Globally, and Evolved Locally

6. Essay: Darwin Still Rules, but Some Biologists Dream of a Paradigm Shift

7. Op-Ed Contributor: Chocolate Fake

8. State of the Art: The iPhone Matches Most of Its Hype

9. Defenders of Secrets, Unite!

10. Editorial: Three Bad Rulings

Apparently people care more about healthcare.

Update: I spoke too soon. Today the iPhone reviews top the charts. If the most-read lists are a reliable indicator, people care more about the iPhone than healthcare, troubles in the Middle East, etc.

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