Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Sep 23

Today’s Quote:

“Spend the money, mobilize the scientists, and hunt down death like an outlaw.”

—  Alan Harrington

Today’s Most Important Stories, Information & Links:

• iEvolve: Global Practice Community Weekly Newsletter – The Awakening of Evolution
Integral Life Practice: Before & After (via @CoreyWdeVos)
All TED Talks On A Spreadsheet
The Link Between Depression & Dreams by Ryan Hurd (Dream Studies)

Middle-Aged Women Who Exercise Turn Back Clock By 16 Years (Telegraph)
One Quarter Of Americans Could Be Non-Religious In 20 Years (Hot Air)
Wave of Homophobia Sweeps Muslim World (Spiegel Online)
Link Found Between Facial Appearance & Aggression (Research Digest Blog)
New York Post Not Laughing At Climate Change Spoof (CNN)
Antarctic Coastal Ice Thinning Surprises Experts (Reuters)
• Update on “The Cove”Taiji, Japan Temporarily Embraces “Non-Slaughter” Dolphin Policy
Ray Kurzweil: Immortality Only 20 Years Away (Telegraph)
Ozone Layer Depletion Leveling Off, Satellite Data Show (Science News)
You Can’t Trust A Tortured Brain: Neuroscience Discredits Coercive Interrogation (ScienceDaily)

DateCheck coming to iPhone – Enter name, phone number or email address, get complete background check
100,000 Google Wave Invites Go Out On September 30th (Mashable)
First Details of Microsoft’s Secret Tablet (gizmodo)
Report: Nine Scientifically Proven Ways To Get Retweeted On Twitter (Fast Company)

Today’s Recommended Book:

The Neuro Revolution: How Brain Science Is Changing Our World by Zack Lynch and Byron Laursen

Today’s Featured Video: Did You Know? v4.0

This is another official update to the original “Shift Happens” video. This completely new Fall 2009 version includes facts and stats focusing on the changing media landscape, including convergence and technology, and was developed in partnership with The Economist. For more information, or to join the conversation, please visit mediaconvergence.economist.com and shifthappens.wikispaces.com.

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