- A Bayesian view of the Shangri-La Diet. “I’m slightly annoyed to have found evidence for something so silly on my first attempt to run an experiment on myself, and I strongly suspect that I’ve done something wrong, but I can’t figure out what. . . [The diet is] clearly ridiculous. . . . Originally I was interested in checking out a hoax that appears to have convinced many people despite a complete lack of rigorous evidence.”
- The Desire Project. What do women want? A documentary series.
- It took doctors three years to figure out that a child has a Lego piece in his nose.
- Problems with One Laptop Per Child. More about the history of the project at its Wikipedia page.
- Less sleep associated with less vaccine response. One more reason to think better sleep = better immune function.
- It isn’t easy to sell homemade sauerkraut. “All proceeds go to the Sandy Boyce Vacation Fund.”
Thanks to Alex Blackwood and Bryan Castañeda.