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Les animaux albinos - Paperblog
Animaux albinos : Plus blanc que blanc ! « L’albinisme est une particularité génétique héréditaire qui touche les mammifères, les oiseaux, les poissons, les amphibiens et les reptiles, se caractérisant par un déficit de
Why Startups Love Moleskines
David Sax on analog ideas and products, such as Moleskine notebooks, that remain viable and popular despite advances in digital technology.
How Our Brain Works: 10 Surprising Facts | Buffer Blog
One of the things that surprises me time and time again is how we think our brains work and how they actually do. On many occasions I find myself convinced that there is a certain way to do things, only to find out that actually that’s the complete wrong way to think about it. For example, I always found it fairly understandable that we can multitask. Well, according to the latest research studies, it’s literally impossible for our brains to handle 2 tasks at the same time. Recently I came…
The Creativity Post | Improve Your Creativity With This…
Friends, Wouldn't it be GREAT if psychologists found a simple exercise to boost our creativity? Did that just sound like a rhetorical pitch...? Well it was! In recent years, researchers have taken a close look at the effects of meditation on creativity, and the results have been…
A kinder, gentler philosophy of success
Alain de Botton examines our ideas of success and failure -- and questions the assumptions underlying these two judgments. Is success always earned? Is failure? He makes an eloquent, witty case to move beyond snobbery to find true pleasure in our work.