Bits and bobs from the interweb


Friday, Friday…One of my favourite self-appointed tasks is to skim through the internet finding things that pique my interest for my Friday post.  Sometimes it’s a Friday Funny, sometimes it’s a slightly more serious post – and sometimes, it’s completely random.  Today it’s random.

Celebration of colours is a series of 28 photographs by Poras Chaudhary… go and take a look, it’s worth it!  For a sneak peak take a look below –

Isn’t that stunning?  Absolutely beautiful.

And now for something completely different…

Glyn Hughes’
SQUASHED PHILOSOPHERS
THE BOOKS WHICH DEFINED THE WAY WE THINK NOW.
Their own ideas, in their own words, neatly honed into little half-hour or so reads.
“Like reading the bible without all the begats” – Jim Curtis

Just what it says…  Something that is missing from most of our education is just a touch of philosophy, so take a half-hour and find out what the ancients reasoned over.

I love visiting psychology sites – you can learn all sorts of bits and bobs about how and why we do things.  Psyblog is one of my favourites, and this post about human attention is fascinating. Ever wondered what would happen if we didn’t notice that we were in someone else’s house, and just helped ourselves to whatever was in the cupboard without asking?  18 ways attention goes wrong is worth thinking about!

Cats and brains.  A curious combination that occurred to me as my beloved Puddy becomes psychocat, tearing up and down the hallway for absolutely NO apparent reason!

And finally, this appealed to my guilt.

TV, it’s got to be good for you.

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