Archive | April 2012
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An interesting look at how an engineer designed a better way to repair his own heart!
An interesting take on what it will take to fix American health care. He suggests that we need less of the independent spirit of the proverbial “cowboy” and more of the teamwork of a pit crew. Take a look/listen.
Thanks to John Fea for pointing out this powerful video. Like John, I could do without the constant reference to a particular brand of mp3 player, since this is really about the power of music, not about any particular brand.
Ok, this was humorous and thought provoking at the same time. Thanks Rob and Heather Martin for pointing this one out!
Congrats to Alex Lentz on his chance to fulfill his dream of playing professional baseball. Here is a tidbit from the York Dispatch: The York Revolution became a bit more “political” this week. Of the 42 hopefuls who participated in York’s open tryout on Saturday, 24-year-old Alex Lentz is the only one who earned an […]
After the Easter break, let’s get today’s TED Talks started with an interesting look at secrets that people have chosen to share anonymously.
This is a fun display of love for your craft:
How statistics impacts jury trials and can lead to incorrect convictions.
Now this is just cool …