Archives for category: Meantime Curiosities

If you’re an avid user of social networks, you may be one of millions who populated their feeds last week with beach photos, destination tweets, and holiday raves — a chronicle of your fun in the sun, so to speak. ‘Life is great’, you post, but do you know that doing so may have actually made someone, somewhere feel crummy and miserable? A Stanford study tells us why.

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Is it conceivable that one could determine another person’s personality just by sifting through his apps? Frankly, I’m still unsure, but at least you’ll get to know the top ten productivity and information apps that I use on a daily basis.
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To everyone following my blog, I’ve got good news for you — I’m finally committing to post every day. Not only that, I’m also starting a new blog format, one that I believe promises more engaging reads in the future.

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Savants, prodigous or otherwise, have captured the public’s attention since the history of modern science. Certainly, the mind has vast capabilities that only now we are beginning to understand. Here’s an infographic about some interesting trivia on the topic.

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Their names were Joseph, Leon, and Clyde. Three people, each believing that they were Jesus Christ, were admitted in the same hospital to be part of an informal experiment about identity and reality.  Strange bedfellows? Things can be stranger still.

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