Is The 'Right To Be Forgotten' The 'Biggest Threat... →
theatlantic: curiositycounts: Mind-boggling debate around the legal right being used in some countries, dubbed ‘The Right to Be Forgotten’ that allows you to remove embarrassing information or pictures you put on the web — and do it permanently, totally. So the question is, should people be allowed to erase their mistakes from the internet? (via) Radiolab is excellent, as always. A few...
Our minds form cohesive narratives out of disparate elements all the time: one...– Scientific American’s Maria Konnikova on the messy science of our storytelling minds, echoing the central premise of neuroscientist David Eagleman’s excellent Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain, one of the 11 best psychology and philosophy books of 2011. (via explore-blog) Fascinating! ...
If you read it as John intended, you think ‘God is on our side, we of course are...– Elaine Pagels, on how Christians have read the Book of Revelation over the past 2000 years as it applies to conflicts and struggles in their own times.
Real difficulties can be overcome, it is only the imaginary ones that are...– -Theodore N. Vail. via
Owe nothing to anyone—except for your obligation to love one another. If...– -Romans 13:8 (NLT)
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