I haven’t posted here in a while, but yesterday I happened to discover two very interesting TED conference videos.
The first is Eli Paliser on “internet filter bubbles”, an unintended consequence of the personalization of the web. It should be of interest to all of us who use the web for research.
And Dr. Deborah Rhodes talk on mammography is of importance to all women, regardless of age:
What have you discovered lately?
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