The Weather Underground: Good weather reports, which I got very interested in as my wedding approached!

The Long Now: Founded by Stewart Brand (Whole Earth Catalog) and Brian Eno. “The Long Now Foundation hopes to provide counterpoint to today’s “faster/cheaper” mind set and promote “slower/better” thinking. We hope to creatively foster responsibility in the framework of the next 10,000 years.” They have their lectures archived here and every one is good, and most are excellent.

Wikipedia: I’m sure you know about this one but this list wouldn’t be complete without it because I use it all the time. It’s a great starting place for a new concept. One great feature is that you can click on theh discussion tab and see what the conversations are about whatever topic the page is about.

The IAT: This is an ingenious test of non-conscious biases, including racism, sexism, community versus individualism and many others. I’m not going to describe how it works here but I’m writing a paper covering it right now that will show up under “writing.”

badmephisto: This will only be interesting to Rubik’s cubers. This guy has the best series of speedcubing tutorials online, including the beginner’s method, Fridrich, OLLs, PLLs, and F2L.

Integral Naked: This is Integral Naked’s youtube site, which I enjoy more than their regular website. Integral Institute is Ken Wilber’s organization that is about putting his thinking into practice. Ken Wilber is my main man these days. I’ve watched and really enjoyed pretty much all of the clips of Ken Wilber talking here, but be warned that that’s what is here. Be excited about hearing a bald guy talk about philosophy before you go. The Stuart Davis show is also great, but weird and a little edgy. (I don’t recommend it for you, Mom!)

Martin Seligman: This is the man who started the field of Positive Psychology, with Mihaly Czikszentmihalyi. They are both heroes of mine. I think they are fulfilling the legacy of Abraham Maslow, studying people who are unusually happy, fulfilled, and creative, rather than people who are sick or miserable in some way. I like the VIA Signature Strengths test–take it and tell me what you got!

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