> This month, a user on the website Metafilter started a thread critiquing Dilbert creator Scott Adams. Other site regulars piled on, but one newly registered user mounted a strident defense of Adams. The new user reminded everyone that Scott Adams was a “multi-millionaire,” that Scott Adams possessed a “certified genius IQ” and that Scott Adams’s detractors were angry haters. Metafilter moderator Josh Millard talks to Brooke about what you do when a celebrity joins your website anonymously in order to attack his critics.
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Huffduffed from http://music.metafilter.com/5656/Old-Man-cover
Metafilter user cortex covers Laurie Anderson’s meisterwerk. I like it. A lot.
"Here’s an attempt to cover O Superman without copying it; no synths, no vocoders, no sampling or looping."
A new study suggests that a thinning of the brain cortex is associated with an increased risk of developing depression. Psychiatrist and MRI expert Brad Peterson explains what the cortex does and what the study results may mean for people with a family history of depression.