I just thought I’d post a couple of websites I’ve found over the past couple of days – using StumbleUpon. If you haven’t tried StumbleUpon, and you find yourself at a loose end, or just feel like ‘browsing’ the internet instead of watching TV, try it! Full of cool sites that show up randomly, or you can guide it by adding keywords for the areas you’re interested in.
Brain Explorer is a site put together by Lundbeck Institute. It has a wide range of information, but the bits I liked the most were the Brain Atlas section, and the gallery. Lots of great images, and relatively simple explanations.
Science Daily has a wealth of newsworthy links and posts. Headings of ‘Health & Medicine’, ‘Mind & Brain’, ‘Plants & Animals’, ‘Earth & Climate’ and more – videos, articles and images. Great reading, you can spend a long time on this site!
Zack Lynch blogs about Neurotechnology on Brain Waves. He lists a bunch of quite technical blogs that he regularly visits, as well as some links that are well worth browsing on Neuroresources. Latest blog entries include the Allen Spinal Cord Altas, What’s your Brain Age?, and a great video by Jill Bolte Taylor. Worth a visit!
And my final link for today – Changing Minds is a huge site with a whole bunch of information and links to factors that influence change. From Argument to Brand Management, Theories and Techniques, this site has plenty to keep you interested, especially if you’re curious about how to help people change. Definitely one to bookmark.
I hope you have a moment or two to spend perusing the links – they’re fun and you can spend lots of time just locating information, for the true information junkie like me!!