Genius networks: Link to a more creative social circle by Zella King May 29, 2012 The greatest artists and scientists have been inspired by brilliant peers. Now technology can help you maximise creativity by fine-tuning your social circles…The social circles in which these artists and scientists moved seemed to foster the free-flowing ideas from which […]
Neuroscientific implications of risk-optimized behavior in the mouse (Medical Xpress) — Regardless of an organism’s biological complexity, every encephalized animal continuously makes under-informed behavioral choices that can have serious consequences. Despite its ubiquity, however, there’s a long-standing question about its neurological basis – namely, whether these choices are made through probabilistic world models constructed by […]
This is about science but applies to all professional work. Yes, including marketing and business, of course. Take Aways Perhaps all science wants to be data-driven but could not be, until now. Despite our familiarity with the aphorism “information wants to be free,” the story of Brahe, Kepler, and the Rudolphine Tables reminds us that […]
“Science is our way of describing — as best we can — how the world works. The world, it is presumed, works perfectly well without us. Our thinking about it makes no important difference. It is out there, being the world. We are locked in, busy in our minds. And when our minds make a […]
Yes, there are social media Nazis. Linked In really needs to watch groups being started and taken over by sales people and online bullies like Tom Anderson, Managing Partner Anderson Analytics (OdinText). He cleverly calls himself “Text Analytics and New Media Research Champion” Yea, right!!
Email ‘vacations’ decrease stress, increase concentration, researchers say Being cut off from work email significantly reduces stress and allows employees to focus far better, according to a new study.