February 26, 2013

Brain Candy

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Don’t you just love smart in-depth content?  Well, I’ve collected some links over the years to some really great sites.  So, for your Tuesday Rabbit Hole of the Mind, here they are.

·       TED, or Technology, Entertainment, and Design, a site that has great 20 minute talks by really smart people (http://www.ted.com/)

·       Byliner, which highlights amazing longform journalism and fiction and even has some great short book-length works in their Byliner Originals (https://www.byliner.com/)

·       Brain Pickings, a great site by Maria Popover that highlights and points to great smart and original content (http://www.brainpickings.org/)

·       Arts & Letters Daily, a site that points to really smart academic and related articles from the Chronicle of Higher Education (http://www.aldaily.com/)

·       Open Culture, a free cultural and educational website (http://www.openculture.com/)

·       The Millions, smart people saying smart things (http://www.themillions.com/)

·       The New Yorker (of course) (http://www.newyorker.com/)

·       New York Times (of course) (http://www.nytimes.com/)

·       The Atlantic (of course) (http://www.theatlantic.com/)

·       Harper’s (of course) (http://harpers.org/)

 
And a bonus for those of you who forgot more about math than you ever knew:

·       The Khan Academy, the absolute best way to brush up on your algebra, trig, and calc (http://www.khanacademy.org/)

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