Sign in or Join FriendFeed
FriendFeed is the easiest way to share online. Learn more »
Hillsborough's lesson – don't fear the crowd
don't panic! correcting myths about the crowd http://dontpaniccorrectingmyth...
Other People's Pathologies - Ta-Nehisi Coates - The Atlantic
Innoveracy: Misunderstanding Innovation |
Knowledge Infrastructures: Intellectual Frameworks and Research Challenges
The Shopping Mall’s Socialist Pre-History | Jacobin
n+1: What Happened to Canada?
Threatened pandemics and laboratory escapes: Self-fulfilling prophecies | Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
Google SEO Tutorial for Beginners | How To SEO A Website Step By Step
RT @se_hampton: NCAR - Climate Data Guide | Data Discovery Guided by Experts via @sharethis
RT @burnsr77: this morn: jamming to Can and Neu!, repeating constantly the mantra, "The only good diss is a finished diss."
why I’m a crabby patty about AI and cognitive science | Fredrik deBoer
RT @alicebell: Linear model of science policy, 140c version: DO SCIENCE. GIVE SCIENCE TO POLITICS. SOCIAL CHANGE RESULT. GO HOME. HAVE PINT OF SMUGNESS.
RT @davidgraeber: once again, time to recall Juan Cole's "10 differences between white terrorists & others" in corp press
RT @ReplyCollective: Seven new rules for interacting with technology. via @slate
RT @newscientist: Mind-bogglingly, LIGO's gravitational wave detector may be even quieter than if it contained nothing at all
RT @Ted_Underwood: Likelihood that I'll take methodological advice from Wired magazine: quantitatively, 0.0001%. Qualitatively: picture of a flying pig.
RT @RladiesSF: I couldn't agree more! Great post @acfrazee!! Thoughts from the @rOpenSci hackathon last week @simplystats #ropenhack
Comprehensive Meta-Analysis - Books
Data mining uncovers 19th century Britain's fat habit
12 Powerful Ways Data Can Help Clean Up Your Finances – ReadWrite
Coming to a Couch Near You: A New Wave of Telecommuting
Home - Team Science Toolkit https://www.teamsciencetoolkit...
Interaction Design Association - Homepage | IxDA
User Experience Professionals Association
Why do we love to organise knowledge into trees? - 07 April 2014 - New Scientist
Other ways to read this feed:Feed readerFacebook