Hrothgar the Younger

Hrothgar the Younger Never has a costume so matched the character.

All Scientific Articles, Research, Landscape and Human Health Laboratory, University of Illinois

All Scientific Articles, Research, Landscape and Human Health Laboratory, University of Illinois Human Health Benefits Of Natural Landscapes

Natural Settings Help Brain Fatigue – Well Blog – NYTimes.com

Natural Settings Help Brain Fatigue – Well Blog – NYTimes.com Attention restoration theory suggests that walks in nature and views of green space capture our involuntary attention, giving our directed attention a needed rest.

Jonathan Haidt on the moral roots of liberals and conservatives | Video on TED.com

Jonathan Haidt on the moral roots of liberals and conservatives | Video on TED.com Psychologist Jonathan Haidt studies the five moral values that form the basis of our political choices, whether we’re left, right or center. In this… Read More

Pollan’s Proposals

Pollan’s Proposals For the time-strapped who didn’t get around to reading Pollan’s recent NYT’s magazine piece on food policy, here is a great overview of that article.

Multitasking Can Make You Lose … Um … Focus – NYTimes.com

Multitasking Can Make You Lose … Um … Focus – NYTimes.com As our minds fill with noise — feckless synaptic events signifying nothing — the brain gradually loses its capacity to attend fully and gradually to anything,

http://www.bloggingheads.tv/maulik/offsite/offsite_flvplayer.swf Will Wilkinson and Jon Haidt. Great discussion. (Source: http://www.bloggingheads.tv/)

Merl Sauders 1934 – 2008

Merl Sauders 1934 – 2008 (10-24) 16:44 PDT SAN FRANCISCO — Keyboardist Merl Saunders, the gentle lion of the San Francisco music scene best known as co-captain of guitarist Jerry Garcia’s solo excursions outside the…

Great shots of Obama throughout campaign

Great shots of Obama throughout campaign This photographer has some insightfully intimate photos of Obama that she’s taken throughout his campaign. There’s no way to link to the snaps individually, just keep clicking the “show more” link…

Measuring my morals on Jon Haidt’s http://www.yourmorals.org/