Category Archives: Big Bang

The Danger of the Single Story

This is an engaging and insightful talk from Nigerian novelist Chimamanda Adichie. I recently spoke at a university where a student told me that it was such a shame that Nigerian men were physical abusers like the father character in my … Continue reading

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The Magic of Showing Up

If you take a look at my archives (don’t you do that on a regular basis?) you will note that there is a big drop off in my posting frequency starting in June. I mean 6 entries in August? 3 … Continue reading

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Tuesday BITs — I can’t fight this feeling anymore

Today is the Discussion of Trinity of Brain Issues (Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and Aspergers) and the Treatment Thereof Tuesday (DTBITTT) or in short form Tuesday BITs.   Anxiety, like free-radicals, floats around my body looking for something to tether itself to. … Continue reading

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Resistance Epiphany

This video from Barbara Sher may have changed my life:     Knowing that what I feel when I’m trying to change something is anxiety and the desire to quell that anxiety is what keeps me where I am, is … Continue reading

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Dilbert on the Brain

Today is the Discussion of Trinity of Brain Issues (Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and Aspergers) and the Treatment Thereof Tuesday (DTBITTT) or in short form Tuesday BITs. There’s a great (but long) article on Wired about Scott Adams’ (the creator of … Continue reading

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Who put that card reader here?

We have had an ongoing battle with our personal household Gollum who seems to have developed a taste for all things camera-related. First it was the card reader, then the battery charger, then the card reader that I bought to replace … Continue reading

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Michael Merzenich on TED

Here’s Michael Merzenich of Scientific Learning (and Fast ForWord fame).  

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