Categories links links for 16th of June 2005 Post author By tom Post date June 16, 2005 4 Comments on links for 16th of June 2005 Measuring Shared Information and Coordinated Activity in Neuronal Networks I wish i’d been to college here the story of how a novel got conceived (in a pub), written (at work), finished (to impress a girl) and published (blind luck?) ‘Our relationship was the greatest achievement of my life’ But did Simone de Beauvoir’s scandalous open ‘marriage’ to Sartre make her happy, asks Lisa Appignanesi (the Guardian) Polly Toynbee on the dangers of confusing religion and race (remember sloan wilson, remember tetlock) what would a child’s drawing look like if it was re-drawn by an artist? Dan’t letter in the Guardian about Clone Town Britain …a queer pink light…’ What happens when the police go on strike ‘It could be the ultimate accessory for the 4×4-driving city dweller: spray-on mud’ Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Related ← S(t)imulating the local economy → Quote #105 4 replies on “links for 16th of June 2005” Excellent article by Polly Toynbee. Did she write that article on the pope as well? St. John’s Santa Fe. Looks like such a good place to be an undergraduate. hahaha, love those monster pictures! hahaha, love those monster pictures! Comments are closed.