RT @drgrist: Background reading on confirmation bias & how to overcome it: The argumentative theory of reasoning http://bit.ly/j5gNIY
RT @digiphile: Ah, Dunbar. Ditto. RT @kvox I buck the odds? RT @newsycombinator Human Brain Limits Twitter Friends To 150 http://j.mp/lY0YRJ
RT @amygdala Interesting research-gendered language in job ads causes people to unconsciously self-select by gender: http://t.co/x7xucT6
RT @timoreilly: ClassTalk - an SMS app for homework, @codeforamerica Boston amplifying hacks by students and teachers http://c4a.me/l4WghJ
RT @dearsarah: Really interesting tracking of #OBL news spreading on Twitter. http://bit.ly/kAm50D Lesson? Get @brianstelter to RT you!!
RT @digiphile: “Sentiment analysis gives algorithmic trading an edge”-@@deciara http://oreil.ly/ja7IqJ Fascinating.
Maybe the shift from stories to systems (or publishing to participation) encourages the creation of tools, rather than just solutions.
RT @timoreilly: RT @venessamiemis: Why the Online Identity & Data Ownership Debate Matters http://bit.ly/lAstCe I agree. It does matter.
RT @marcoarment: Why Instapaper Free is taking an extended vacation: http://bit.ly/kBU4OX
RT @gentry: Your taste is why your work disappoints you…. http://kottke.org/11/04/your-taste-is-why-your-own-work-disappoints-you
Data from phones can reveal symptoms of mental and physical illness, movements in Dow, spread of political ideas http://on.wsj.com/e2nAoM
RT @dearsarah: RT @bruces: http://bit.ly/ibBLUM *When warm fuzzy “sharing” gets reframed as “underused asset utilization”
The Possibilian: What a brush with death taught @DavidEagleman about the mysteries of time and the brain http://nyr.kr/igqClW
Clay Shirky is speaking today at 4pm for the Media Lab Sponsor week. 6th Floor E14.