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Oct 24, 2014
When I first heard of Harvard's Fundamentals of Neuroscience online course, I thought it was going to be so hard to understand that I would have a seizure before the end of the first video. But no, thanks to the cool and straightforward animation it is actually very easy to get it.
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Oct 7, 2014
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Neutron stars. They are so strange that we can barely wrap our heads around the idea of their existence. In fact, we still don't really know most things about them, so we can only guess and wonder trying to explain their extreme properties. This video explains all we know—or suppose—about them.
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Sep 5, 2014
If you want to display a range of data by region, you need a GeoMap. You may not have known this, but it's quite easy to create your own in Google Sheets after entering your data.
Highlight the data and go to Insert > Charts. On the charts tab of the new window you can select maps and choose which type of map you want. On the customize tab you can choose the colors and select which region you want. I created a map for the U.S., but you can choose to create a map for the world instead, or a select number of other regions.
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May 24, 2014
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According to GTD methodology , if something takes you less than two minutes, you should do it immediately—any more, and it goes on your to-do list. Here are some of the most common two-minute emails that you can spot from their subject line.
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May 6, 2014
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Apr 21, 2014
The internet is a fire hydrant of content. Keeping track of the pages you enjoy is a pain. A team of UK design students has a conceptual solution: Amoeba, an electronic monocle that files away the pages you find most interesting, as measured by your biofeedback response. It's the emotion-tracking Google Glass you always wanted!
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Apr 17, 2014
In Compton last year, police began quietly testing a system that allowed them to do something incredible: Watch every car and person in real time as they ebbed and flowed around the city. Every assault, every purse snatched, every car speeding away was on record—all thanks to an Ohio company that monitors cities from the air.
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Apr 16, 2014
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Apr 2, 2014
Until now, humans have had one significant advantage over computers and robots: We meatbags were the only ones who could teach them how to function. Now, researchers at Washington State University have created computers that can teach other computers. And they're using Pac-Man to do it. Is nothing sacred?
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Feb 8, 2014
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Jan 29, 2014
Most of us don't need to transcribe audio too often, which means that paying for a service is generally out of the question. If you just need to do it once and you're not terribly concerned with accuracy, Andy Baio suggests using YouTube's built-in captioning system.
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Jan 27, 2014
For the first time in history, scientists at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University have captured how our brain makes memories in video, watching how molecules morph into the structures that, at the end of the day, make who we are. If there's a soul, this how it gets made.
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Jan 9, 2014
Ski jumping is pretty cool when you watch it from the outside, but check out this short of Anders Jacobsen training in Lillehammer, Norway, filmed with a camera hanging right in front of his face. The perspective in this real-time video is pretty awesome. But where the hell is the camera?
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Jan 7, 2014
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