Monthly Archive for December, 2007
10 tips, including “Practice positive, future-oriented thoughts until they become your default mindset and you look forward to every new day in a constructive way. Stress and anxiety, no matter whether induced by external events or by your own thoughts, actually kills neurons and prevents the creation of new ones.”
Every movie review they’ve done, search and stream.
“Only after researchers cut through its shell and counted its growth rings did they realize how old it had been —between 405 and 410 years old.”
Today, December 17, marks two exciting announcements that have been a long time in the works. First, this blog is finally back online after an unfortunate crash. Thanks Patrick for the fantastic dev job!
And second, I start my new job as Director of Social Media at Segal Communications. I’m looking forward to a new crop of clients and diving deep on developing branded communities in Facebook.
2008 is shaping up to be an exciting year, until then, stay warm!
“The photos are poignant as they juxtapose the comfortable daily lives of the guards with the horrific reality within the camp, where thousands were starving and 1.1 million died.” Full article in the NYTimes.
“For every hour of baby-video viewing per day, children ages 8 to 16 months knew six to eight fewer words than those who watched no videos.”
“Our attention gets quickly and automatically stuck on attractive members of the opposite sex … If we’re jealous and worried about our partner cheating, attention gets stuck on attractive people of our own sex because they are our competitors.”