Science: Activity in Caudate Nucleus (a part of our brain) predicts our choices. That’s another part of our brain that seems to be moored in… Læs mere »There's nothing a brain scan won't reveal
New glasses this morning. Ah, revelation! My 15″ Mac-baby now looks like it’s 17″. Nice. Have been constructing a Netvibes site for a paper I’m… Læs mere »All about being organised & turning the lights out
Tech: This is an absolutely brilliant post by a young PR wizard about technophobia. Particularly addressing privacy issues, something I often find myself discussing with… Læs mere »To eat meat or not, is that really the question?
Had nice Mother’s Day with flowers – hand-picked at real florist by young son – and womenly presents. It was an incredibly beautiful day, so… Læs mere »What makes you happy? I know and you don't…
I’ve written a lot about this lately and now it’s a major media storm here. If you haven’t read my last entry on the subject,… Læs mere »More, yes MORE about youngsters and social networking
because it’s not our fault, is it? The British papers are all running after Baroness & neuroscientist Susan Greenfield today. She has a message that… Læs mere »How social networking must be corrupting our children…
After months of hesitation and no-saying to Twitter I’ve given in. As I understand it, Twitter can be more useful than Facebook when you want… Læs mere »Twitter and more on online safety for children
I’m trying my hand with some new podcasts now that I’m exercising three times a week. You can hear a lot of podcasts in 4-5… Læs mere »Tools for a better understanding of conflicts