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If you read my blog regularly, you know I am an avid reader of The New Yorker.  There are many varying stories in any given issue of the magazine, and I usually read them all.  

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Arts Culture



by Raffi Khatchadourian, New Yorker, 2012

This is an incredible story of the first full face transplant of a man who’d had his original face electrocuted in an accident. 47 more words

What correlation means

From Maria Konnikova’s New Yorker piece on Randall Munroe and what makes science interesting:

In a meta-analysis of sixty-six studies tracking interests over time (the average study followed subjects for seven years), psychologists from the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign found that our interests in adolescence had only a point-five correlation with our interests later in life.

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Bad Statistics

A Style for Every Story

Is anyone else excited for winter to begin? I love the idea of mixing prints and colors, be it any season or occasion. A smart blazer over a floral tank top for formal evenings. 112 more words


Death Dust

Death Dust

by Dana Goodyear, New Yorker, 2014

I am not very likely to be visiting Arizona after this one.  It’s about the mysterious valley-fever, which ended an one baseball player’s career, and has dramatically increasing in the desert areas of the US, and doesn’t appear as though it will be letting up.  22 more words

Thank you U2

Have you listened to the new U2 Album yet? It blew me away.

I was so inspired…

-by the concept (this album is called Songs of Innocence… 462 more words

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