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Find out who you stalk on Facebook →
This blog post tells you how to access Facebook’s ranking of who you are stalking most on Facebook.
Cyclomatic complexity →
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Narcissists Can Be Identified By Their Facebook... →
Still, he points out that because narcissists tend to have more contacts on Facebook, any given Facebook user is likely to have an online friend population with a higher proportion of narcissists than in the real world. Right now it’s too early to predict if or how the norms of online self-promotion will change, Campbell said, since the study of social networking sites is still in its...
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Folie a deux →
In Jungian psychology, the shadow is the negative aspects of self, hidden beneath the persona or in the unconscious. It is what one fears they may become but is always already.
They don't make boots like they used to. →
The general question of legitimation becomes: What is the relationship between...– Lyotard, The Postmodern Condition: A Report on Knowledge, 1979
‘Artificial leaf’ makes fuel from sunlight →
Researchers led by MIT professor Daniel Nocera have produced something they’re calling an “artificial leaf”: Like living leaves, the device can turn the energy of sunlight directly into a chemical fuel that can be stored and used later as an energy source. The device, Nocera explains, is made entirely of earth-abundant, inexpensive materials — mostly silicon, cobalt and nickel — and works...
Hyperfocus is an intense form of mental concentration or visualization that...– Wikipedia
http://bit.ly/b0bk30 A student of the leadership literature would never suspect that at the same time that Weber was codifying the tenets of rationalist bureaucracy, Freud was forcing all of us in the West to examine the power of the unconscious. This despite the near universality of our organizational experience: we all have worked for someone whose emotional “complexities”...
There are a lot of startups that monetize enabling the bored and wealthy to refine their competition for social status through conspicuous consumption. These startups add nothing to society. In fact, they detract from it by diverting more of our world’s scarce resources towards a zero-sum game. Meanwhile, the economy is going to hell. Which means people are suffering and dying. If you...
Although not insensitive to respondent’s concern that the term miracle is...– Jay Norris, 91 F.T.C. 751, 847 n.20 (1978)