Laws of averages play out in unsuspecting ways, including attraction. >> Cheerleader Effect: Why People Are More Beautiful in Groups | The Atlantic Continue reading Cheerleader Effect: Why People Are More Beautiful in Groups
This video of a bonobo playing the keyboard (with a bit of background music accompaniment) makes me think about just how powerful music really is. There’s something about music that resonates deep inside all of us. Thanks to Peter Gabriel’s YouTube channel for turning me on to this. Continue reading Primate at the Piano, or Music Is Trans-Species
What management principle do airplane cockpits and operating rooms share? When it comes to managing risk from human error, specifically fixation or lack of awareness of a problem, both environments demand the “Two Challenge Rule.” >> Cockpit culture and using the two challenge rule in the OR | Kevin MD Continue reading Airplane Cockpits : Operating Rooms
What’s this face conveying? Weigh in on this and 19 more on the Greater Good Emotional Intelligence Quiz. >> Emotional Intelligence Quiz | Greater Good Continue reading How well do you read other people? Take the Emotional Intelligence Quiz
Check out this awesome map of North America and the meanings behind our various geographical landmarks. >> Infographic: The Literal Meaning Of Every State Name In The U.S. | Co.Design Continue reading Infographic: The Literal Meaning Of Every State Name In The U.S.
I’m struck by this beautiful video of majestic and ominous clouds swirling about the Texas plains. >> Astronomy Picture of the Day, June 18 2013 Continue reading A Supercell Thunderstorm Over Texas