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Who in the rainbow can draw the line where the violet tint ends and the orange tint begins? Distinctly we see the difference of the colours, but where exactly does the one first blendingly enter into the other?

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The knowledge sponge - chaos and order and why does a banana have two ends?

For me, one of the best things about being human is having an enquiring mind.   I have the sort of brain that reacts to knowledge as a sponge does to water, that is to say it sucks it up with enthusiasm. 828 more words


The (Non-)Problem of Genres

Jonathan L. Friedmann, Ph.D.

When Billboard began publishing music charts in the 1930s, it used three categories: Race, Folk, and Pop. Race was code for African-American, which changed to Rhythm & Blues by the late 1940s. 411 more words


This Week.

1/ A little exercise to think creatively: 101 Ways To Squeeze A Lemon.

Pictures of The Moon Cup from here, Pictures of Hashtag examples from Twitter, WordPress and Tumblr respectively. 412 more words


Social Blog 3 ~ Categorization as a Reason for Inter-Ethnic Violence (2012)

The concept of this blog came from the reading my core textbook (Social Psychology) and the brief section on the prejudice between the Hutu and Tutsi in Rwanda.   434 more words

Social Psychology

How to Tag a Blog Post

As bloggers we face a dilemma which is unique to blogging platforms: how to effectively tag and categorize our posts. Unlike traditional HTML-based websites (and especially those that skew towards ecommerce), blogs are intended to keep people reading and engaged, to entertain, inform and delight. 440 more words

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