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"My advice if you’d like to expand your career horizons is to join a professional association. Now, I happen to have made my career (so far) working for these critters so I know whereof I speak."
Scientific American reviews new strategies for Shutting Down Alzheimer's.
This Game Sucks — or maybe it doesn't.
Heather Jansch creates amazing sculptures, many of them representing horses, from bronze and driftwood.
The Mentat Wiki is "collaborative environment for exploring ways to become a better thinker". Like any wiki, it can be edited and expanded by anyone. Thinking, of course, requires a brain in good working order. The Alzheimer's Association Maintain Your Brain program offers tips and techniques for keeing your brain in tiptop shape.
"How do you break a bad habit when it’s entirely in your mind? There are actually quite a number of ways to decondition a negative thought pattern. The basic idea is to replace the old pattern with a new one."
Okay, here goes… the very first embedded video here at geekman, and it's a doozy. I can't help but think what an eyepopper Ryan vs. Dorkman would have been with costumes and set design, but it's an astonishingly cool example of amateur film-making at its finest, nevertheless. The effects and choreography are amazing. You can also download it as a 12.5 MB Windows Media file.
And somebody explain to me please… exactly when did the Sith start wearing glasses?
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