In an unusual move, scientists are allowing anyone to join the study by buying a 'Participation Kit.' Participants will use a plastic stick to scrape mucous membrane cells from the inside of a cheek and mail the tissue to National Geographic. The kit costs $99.95 plus shipping and handling.
Perhaps the "informed consent" portion of the kit could also include a copy of Edwin Black's IBM and the Holocaust, as a reminder that having your ethnic identity uploaded into IBM's computers hasn't always been a good omen.
(Which is not to say that I buy most of Edwin Black's critique of IBM or its Nazi-era German affiliates. Just providing fodder for thought.)
Ooh, that's wicked. (And, Google finds no similar digs directed at IBM or others! Score for novelty!)
There's a rare-records store in San Mateo (and also apparently an Australian music retailer) called "Vinyl Solution", which I always thought kind of a bad name. Puns on genocidal euphemisms should rate really really low on commercial appeal. Now, if you were not a general music retailer but rather a record-scratching neo-Nazi DJ, "Vinyl Solution" might be a great trade name. Market for your audience, is all I'm saying.