- Business oriented, but useful nonetheless
- Well, not actually. Nice story about Darwin though.
- Growing evidence of the brain's plasticity could benefit stroke victims or those suffering depressionNothing terribly new - but a nice overview of some of the area
- I keep forgetting to pass this onto people organising conventions and the like. So here it is. The demos are rather awesome.
- Genius, absolute genius. A nine minute hilarious beat poem that demolishes irrationality in all its forms.
- The third part of Alan Moore's lost masterpiece. I'd kill to see all 12 parts.
- Greg Rutter's Definitive List of The 99 Things You Should Have Already Experienced On The Internet Unless You're a Loser or Old or Something
- Well worth a look if you have any interest in extremely dead languages
- A team at Keele University is testing injectible stem cells that they say they can control with a magnet.
Once injected these immature cells can be guided to precisely where their help is needed and encouraged to grow new cartilage and bone, work on mice shows.
- A quick look across the social systems of Europe and the benefits available to their citizens. Time to move to Sweden!
- Female daleks hanging out with Snape and kicking the crap out of a TARDIS. You really can't go wrong
Delicious LiveJournal Links for 4-7-2009
Six things the UK could do to tackle climate change (tags: globalwarming uk ) Real Names: the wrong tool for the wrong problem (tags: names…
Waiting for dance class to begin. Original is here on instagram. Original post on Dreamwidth - there are comments there.
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