- Focus and Food: A recent study explored the effect of multitasking on food flavor and consumption. The findings: taste perception is limited by our capacity to pay attention to multiple things at once. The result of this mindless eating is that food tastes blander, we crave stronger flavors (i.e. more salt and sugar), and we end up eating more. (Positive Prescription)
- 3 Ways to Recognize Bad Stats: To discern if research is of good quality, it may help to understand some of the process. It’s not that complicated and it will keep you out of trouble. (Ed Stetzer)
- 6 Things Every Extrovert Secretly Has To Deal With: I have no real problem with introverts and introversion, my issue is with the fact that people of the internet seem to have romanticized introversion in a way that turns any possible social impediments a person might have into desirable quirky traits. Not only this, but extroverts are suddenly the bad guys for not understanding introverts or mistreating introverts, etc, etc. (Thought Catalog)
- The Most Influential Reformer You’ve Never Heard of: Hannah More was one of William Wilberforce’s most beloved friends and part of a small circle who worked most closely with him to abolish the British slave trade in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. She played so central a role in this and many other significant social reforms of the 19th century that she has been called “the first Victorian.” (Hermeneutics)
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Just for Fun
- If you haven’t seen this yet, it’s rather amazing. You could have given me a few hours and I still wouldn’t have guessed this.