Categories links links for the 21st of June 2005 Post author By tom Post date June 21, 2005 2 Comments on links for the 21st of June 2005 The Starbucks delocator ‘Why is what you are doing better than just giving your spare money to the poor?’ (crooked timber) US scientists launch evolution fight-back All you base are belong to us (best of) Another data point for the idea that experience is more important than argument for changing people’s attitudes All you ever wanted to know about sleep (but were afraid to ask) Buddhist monks can control perceptual rivalry suggesting they have exceptional control over certain mind and brain processes. (via ) What is a geek? (from Gazebo, ‘The Journal of Geek Culture’) CAAT petition against the DSEi arms fair in London, September Numenware A blog about neurotheology: Religion. Brain. Dogen. Language. Japan. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Related ← narrative compulsion → Stay Free! 2 replies on “links for the 21st of June 2005” re starbucks, have you seen this? http://www.starbuckscoffee.co.uk/home.html Hey Tom, Remember on the Onion 9/11 issue they had a guide about how to break the news to your children that the world was not a safe place, well I was browsing the Newsround website (for teaching resources) and found this guide by them about what to do if you’re upset by what you see on the news: http://news.bbc.co.uk/cbbcnews/hi/newsid_2330000/newsid_2333800/2333893.stm I felt reassured, but somewhere between the reality of scared children and the satire of the onion, I sometimes feel like I want someone to say to me: It’s ok to be scared, Ewan. Also, I enjoyed the link to the piece with all the adverts and signs covered in yellow. Reminded me of that Christo piece where he covers the Reichstag, except with a point to it. See ya! Comments are closed.