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Links 1 through 10 of 81 by Derek Mueller tagged research

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Gave up on Zotero a few years ago. May be time to try it again?

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Looong lists in a Census of Ocean Life, but are such lists (and the biodiversity they represent) a form of evidence in the climate change debates?

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"Instead, it was the act of following company policy and not clicking that button that eroded people’s ability to focus and concentrate."

Surprising that Surowiecki does not allow that laughter may be the cause for stronger performances. Also, what's the Univ. Copenhagen study, exactly? Couldn't find a reference to it or the researchers. Linked to stuff on adjustable distraction?

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"Accordingly, the label's focus is on the tangible. While the rest of the music business struggles to keep up with ringtones and apps, Third Man is doing the opposite — investing in, and capitalizing on, the visceral appreciation of collectible vinyl artifacts, as if records were baseball cards or comic books. And just as the card collector gets little intrinsic payoff from a JPEG of Mickey Mantle, significant numbers of Jack White's fans get little from an MP3."

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