Monthly Archives: July 2012

Favourites: Week ending July 28, 2012

According to this recent article in Scientific American, pleasure may be best understood as an interacting circuit. The article ends with a host of applications and some indications of promising future research. ProCon.org has an article that collects a bunch … Continue reading

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Favourites: Week ending July 21, 2012

BoinBoing ran a piece about sneaking back in with privacy-destroying regulations. The Examiner asks Is concern for privacy gone in the age of facebook? Yahoo News ran a story stating Ancient ‘New York City’ of Canada Discovered Truth-out.org ran a … Continue reading

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