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My attention-span doesn't usually keep me reading such a long article on a computer screen, but the paragraphs kept me engaged from one to the next until about midway when it started giving reactions and further background. I disliked the author's editorial of taking the assessment personally and reading too much into the findings of the researchers. I think I'd be more interested in reading the published paper.

http://www2.psych.ubc.ca/~henrich/pdfs/Weird_People_BBS_final02.pdf

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A large fraction of social science research has focused on the most-accessible supply of survey and test subjects -- westerners and especially Americans -- under the assumption that "we're all the same under the skin" and hence tests that dive below obvious cultural biases ought to show what's basically human.  Lo and behold, it seems that westerners and especially Americans and "weird" compared to almost all other cultures in ways exposed by Prisoners' Dilemma type games and many others that study - say - individuality.

http://www.psmag.com/magazines/magazine-feature-story-magazines/joe-henrich-weird-ultimatum-game-shaking-up-psychology-economics-53135/

In fact, anyone who compares western - and especially American - values and processes and history and so on, compared to almost any other culture that ever existed, would have been able to tell you that.   The question is "crazy" as in dangerously unhinged?  Or in the sense of "our one chance to escape the traps that mired every other civilization into a pit of dashed hopes and potential?"  The jury is still out.
Joe Henrich, Steven Heine, and Ara Norenzayan are shaking up psychology and economics with their view of how culture shapes human thought and behavior.
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I really need to buy this game
Mini Metro by Dinosaur Polo Club
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Interesting game.  I'll have to play with it later.
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Had a conference call just now and this guy... real cowboy attitude and an aversion to work. I give you this in tribute.





















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Check out this volumetric 3D display created by Maximilian Mali and Sebastian Haushofer!

Via: http://hackaday.com/2014/04/21/volumen-the-most-advanced-persistence-of-vision-display-yet/
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One of my favorites :)

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I've shared this before, but it bears repeating. This is a great visualization.
 
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I need this in my life 

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NO. I don't want a husband with a broken back. :)
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Blast from the past! (potential #NSFW  for #artistic  nudes)

+Karen Schumacher posted a cropped selection of this series. I just had to dig it up from my archives to share the whole series. I made a blog post about it when I discovered it awhile back. Here is my original text for shits 'n' giggles:

Not too long ago, I came across some stunning pictures at [www.conceptart.org] - which isn’t too hard to do actually! The series I’m sharing is Victory Gals, a personification of the girlie pictures often painted on the sides of aircraft. The artist’s interpretation, skill, and style are really attention-grabbing, and I just wanted to share them with you. [...] These pictures are huge.

There are a few other non-girlie pictures in the artist’s original post. They are wonderfully executed as well, and I hope to become this accomplished an artist someday!
http://blog.pie-hole.com/2007/09/12/victory-gals/
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