Archive for October, 2011

  • Blog to Death

    Blog to Death

    October 15th, 2011 | Uncategorized | madamemary9 | Comments Off

    A guy named Miles Lennon has done the science (not really) on the typical life cycle of the blog in “Why are 95% of blogs abandoned?” For me, maintaining a vigorous blog is impossible because of a dozen things every day that make my life thrive better than blogging. What many of the blog-inclined learn [...]


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  • Writing 5am to 7am

    Writing 5am to 7am

    October 14th, 2011 | Uncategorized | madamemary9 | Comments Off

    Writing 5am to 7am is not my habit but the former habit of Brit Raymond Tallis and he’s produced a new book about one of the subjects I love to follow in a pop-culture manner:  neuroscience.    He has a dim view of how publishing and pop culture demands have bent research to what he [...]


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  • Functional Evil and the Dysfunctional Brain

    Functional Evil and the Dysfunctional Brain

    October 10th, 2011 | Uncategorized | madamemary9 | Comments Off

    A bit of a neuroscience debate regarding where evil resides in the brain ran across a couple of publications this weekend. A bit in Slate regarding fMRIs ability to find evil acts in the brain pronounced: The new neuroscience represents the latest chapter in a millennia-old and still divisive cultural conflict over the problem of [...]


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  • Why I Write Science Fantasy These Days

    Why I Write Science Fantasy These Days

    October 9th, 2011 | Uncategorized | madamemary9 | Comments Off

    Simply because there is math in everything and the more you see it, the more beautiful everything is.


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