The Onion, which describes itself as "America's Finest News Source," ran a feature on the inventor Thomas Edison. He "changed the face of modern life in 1879," said the report, "when he devised the groundbreaking new process of taking ideas pioneered by other scientists and marketing them as his own." The tone was mocking, of course, but I'm perfectly sincere when I urge you to imitate Edison in the coming weeks. Given the current astrological omens, you'd be wise to take advantage of the breakthroughs of others and make good use of resources created by others. Just be sure that you give credit where credit is due, and you'll actually be doing everyone a service.

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