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Mid-Century Danish Modern Inspired Contemporary Barn Wood Coffee Table

This table was inspired by a mid-century danish reproduction and done in reclaimed barn wood by customer request. This is by far the most beautiful piece I have done. It was hard to let this one go!<p>I can do any custom size you require on this or any of my reclaimed barn wood furniture, just convo …


Most doctors will gladly agree that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But breakfast is also the most fun meal of the day — and the most delicious. So why endure a sub-par cup of coffee and a lowly, dry-tasting muffin? Let’s redeem ourselves and make breakfast for dinner!<p>I like to …


The beginning of every season is really the most exciting part, don’t you think? I love my winter squash and my brussels sprouts, but they’ve got nothing on the tender first blush of spring vegetables: delicate peas, slender stalks of asparagus, ruby red strawberries, and all sorts of gorgeous, …


Lately, I have been thinking a lot about ease. I’m in the middle of writing and photographing my first cookbook, and very little about that process is easy. Which is okay — I knew, going into it, that it would be full of challenges. This leads me, in my non-cookbook cooking pursuits, to find the …


I start to get a little restless this time of year. With spring so close at hand — the first blossoms already blooming, and a deceptive string of warm days last week — it’s hard for me to keep my feet and my psyche firmly planted in winter. Food is a great way to connect with the season. And while …

Software For Policing Your Own Twitter Feed

Angry at work? Have you said too much? A new online tool can let you know.<p>I have a 2% chance of being fired, the website tells me. My guess is that either 2% is the baseline, or a few curse words pushed me this high. But 2% doesn’t sound so bad, at least in this economy. I can live with 2%.<p>That …

An Introduction To The Internet From 1995

A 27-minute-long TV show about computers examined a new fad: the Internet.<p>“Electronic mail is what I do most,” says <i>The New York Times</i>‘ John Markoff in the intro of this amazing time capsule of a video. “Here, you see an email I got from Steve Jobs.” Markoff appeared on the 1995 episode of Computer …

Video: How Does Telecommuting Work?

In February, the Yahoo C.E.O. Marrisa Mayer banned employees from working at home. The decision, which bucked the growing trend of telecommuting in the corporate world, drew a great deal of criticism. James Surowiecki recently weighed in for the magazine, explaining how Mayer’s policy might work …

What Happened to the Internet Productivity Miracle?

With <i>The New Yorker</i> launching a new online science-and-technology hub today, along with our Elements blog, I thought it a good time to step back and look at the impact of the communications revolution in a broader way than asking whether Samsung is becoming the new Apple. (Although that’s an …

Unbreakable crypto: Store a 30-character password in your brain’s subconscious memory | ExtremeTech

The system, devised by Hristo Bojinov of Stanford University and friends from Northwestern and SRI, relies on implicit learning, a process by which you absorb new information — but you’re completely unaware that you’ve actually learnt anything; a bit like learning to ride a bike. In short, the system teaches the password to a part of your brain that you cannot physically access — but it is still there in your subconscious, just waiting to be tapped.

A Developmental Shift from Positive to Negative Connectivity in Human Amygdala–Prefrontal Circuitry

Reward Prediction Error Signal Enhanced by Striatum–Amygdala Interaction Explains the Acceleration of Probabilistic Reward Learning by Emotion

Plasticity of Hypothalamic Dopamine Neurons during Lactation Results in Dissociation of Electrical Activity and Release

Behavioral and Structural Responses to Chronic Cocaine Require a Feedforward Loop Involving ΔFosB and Calcium/Calmodulin-Dependent Protein Kinase II in the Nucleus Accumbens Shell

The Critical Role of Sleep Spindles in Hippocampal-Dependent Memory: A Pharmacology Study

Multivoxel Patterns Reveal Functionally Differentiated Networks Underlying Auditory Feedback Processing of Speech

The Mental Cost of Cognitive Enhancement

Abstract<p>Noninvasive brain stimulation provides a potential tool for affecting brain functions in the typical and atypical brain and offers in several …

Intensive Reasoning Training Alters Patterns of Brain Connectivity at Rest

Adolescents Are More Vulnerable to Cocaine Addiction: Behavioral and Electrophysiological Evidence

Spontaneous and Task-Evoked Brain Activity Negatively Interact

Hypocretin/Orexin Neurons Contribute to Hippocampus-Dependent Social Memory and Synaptic Plasticity in Mice

Training the Emotional Brain: Improving Affective Control through Emotional Working Memory Training

Learning Increases Intrinsic Excitability of Hippocampal Interneurons

Dissociable Networks Control Conflict during Perception and Response Selection: A Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Study


Human hippocampus stained with a method pioneered by Italian physician Camillo Gogli in 1873.<p><i>Golgi discovered a chemical reaction that allowed him to examine nervous tissue in much greater detail than ever before. For some reason, hardening a piece of brain in potassium dichromate, and subsequently dousing it with silver nitrate, dyed only a few cell bodies and their respective projections in the tissue sample, revealing their complete structures and exact arrangement within the unstained</i> …