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Blogging--It's Good for You - Scientific American

Scientists (and writers) have long known about the therapeutic benefits of writing about personal experiences, thoughts and feelings. But besides serving as a stress-coping mechanism, expressive writing produces many physiological benefits.

We're all Einsteins now - New Zealand Herald

The ability to think in abstract terms underpins the scientific, material and, arguably, moral advances of modern society.

Visual Architecture: The Rule of Three - Digital Web

Don't flame me, bro' - New Scientist

People can vastly overestimate their ability to communicate unambiguously by email in that we find it hard to take another person's perspective when communicating electronically. Similarly, a study found that people tend to interpret emails more negatively than other forms of communication, making them even more likely to respond aggressively.

Older Brain Really May Be a Wiser Brain - New York Times

The aging brain is simply taking in more data and trying to sift through a clutter of information, often to its long-term benefit.

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