Friday, October 2, 2009

Friday, October 2, 2009

Oct 02

Today’s Quote:

“Always, always, always, always, always do what you are afraid to do.”

— Ralph Waldo Emerson

Today’s Most Important Stories, Information & Links:

The Fourth Annual Singularity Summit Gathers In New York City (Forbes)
The Singularity Summit Program
Human Bible Project Launched To Web (Jerusalem Post)

Scientists Develop Nasal Spray That Improves Memory (ScienceDaily)
8 Reasons You Should Stop Drinking Milk Now (AlterNet)
Oldest “Human” Skeleton Found — Disproves “Missing Link” (National Geo)
Interactive Illustration Of “Ardi”, The Oldest Fossil Skeleton Of A Human Ancestor (National Geo)
Scientists Find Path To Fountain Of Youth (AFP)
Quest For A Long Life Gains Scientific Respect (NYT)
NHNE On Aging & Anti-Aging
• New Brain Research: Facts & Beliefs Are Processed In Exactly The Same Way (Newsweek)
Brain Wave Boost Causes People To Move In Slow Motion (physorg)
People Who Do Not Get Enough Sleep May Be At Increased Risk Of Alzheimer’s (futurepundit)
Study Suggests Link Between Psychosis & Creativity (ScienceDaily)
• Michael Moore @MMFlint Shows new movie, “Capitalism: A Love Story” FREE in 10 major U.S. cities
Jane Goodall: The Plight of the Chimpanzee (September 9, 2009 – Georgetown University)
The 400 Richest Americans 2009 (Forbes)
Breast Milk Should Be Drunk At The Same Time Of Day That It Is Expressed (physorg)
Psychopaths (A Channel 4 documentary from 2000)

• Chris Anderson, of Wired, explains how Microsoft uses software piracy to create new money-making markets (FORA.tv)
US Relinquishes Control Of The Internet (Guardian)
Translate Any Site Instantly In Firefox With Google Toolbar (Mashable)

Google Wave Coverage:

Google Wave Crashes On Beach Of Overhype (Scobleizer)
Google Wave Hits Shore. Flash Flood Warning In Effect. (louisgray.com)

Today’s Recommended Book:

Integral Life Practice Book by Ken Wilber, Terry Patten, Adam Leonard, and Marco Morelli

New Additions To Website:

Updated All About Google Wave Page

Today’s Video: Sam Tsui Singing “Don’t Stop Believing”

Sam Tsui singing “Don’t Stop Believing” by Journey. Backing instrumentals played and produced by Kurt Schneider.

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