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New blog series: They did WHAT? Experiments and Ideas from the World Wide Lab

This week I'm starting a new mini-series as an experiment, patterned after the excellent Mind Hacks "Spike activity" posts (e.g., 2010-11-26 Spike activity). The idea is for me to share interesting, stimulating, and useful experiments in the news related to The Experiment-Driven Life, with a goal of tiying them in to my Think, Try, Learn work. (My original Edison experiment was use Google Alerts for "experiment" to promote TTL and Edison.)

I'll post my first one shortly, but I wanted to share here a few candidate category patterns that *might* be in what's reported in the news. Following are a few very rough groupings that I've noticed. Comments always welcome!



"Real" science


Art and entertainment


Social, environmental

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