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Media I've enjoyed recently 2012

History and Biography

- I have not yet begun to rot (The Memory Palace)

- The Sisters Fox (The Memory Palace)

- Babysitting (The Memory Palace)
One of my favorite storytelling pieces in recent memory.

- OMG!!! JKP!!! (The Memory Palace)

- Nee Weinberg (The Memory Palace)

- Looking Up (The Memory Palace)

- Distance (The Memory Palace)

 

Health

- Anna Deavere Smith: Let Me Down Easy (SciAm Science Talk)

- Paul Davies: Physics Could Help Fight Cancer (SciAm 60-Second Science)

- Malaria Mosquitoes Follow Foot Smells (SciAm 60-Second Science)

- Rain And Temperature Predict Cholera Risks (SciAm 60-Second Science)

- Fat Substitutes May Make You Fatter (SciAm 60-Second Science)

- Gamekeeper's Thumb Condition Outlives the Occupation  (SciAm 60-Second Science)

 

Gender

- Tony Porter: A call to men (TEDTalks)

 

Psychology

- Wisdom of Crowds Withers with Peeks (SciAm 60-Second Science)

- Threats Drive Cultural Norms (SciAm 60-Second Science)

- Debt Boosts Young People's Morale (SciAm 60-Second Science)

 

Biology

- Snake Venom Viscosity Properties Help It Flow into Prey (SciAm 60-Second Science)

- Most Interesting Discovered Species of 2010 Announced (SciAm 60-Second Science)

- Multiple Mutations May Be Common (SciAm 60-Second Science)

- Time to Stop Worrying about Invasive Species? (SciAm 60-Second Science)

- Tiny Insect Makes Biggest Noise (SciAm 60-Second Science)

 

Technology

- Single Laser Optical Approach Transmits 700 DVDs of Data per Second (SciAm 60-Second Science)

 

Sociology

- Small Group of People Dominate Some Internet Discussions (SciAm 60-Second Science)

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