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Commentary on new article by former Parsing Science guest, @ScottHalpernMD.

Full Parsing Science episode on the accuracy of health outcome predictions at: https://t.co/oLjNz4uKmy https://t.co/JYHwaIG6Qv

— Parsing Science (@ParsingScience) May 25, 2018
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6 hours ago by dougleigh
(U//FOUO) DIA Study: Warp Drive, Dark Energy, and the Manipulation of Extra Dimensions | Public Intelligence
DIA spent money to build up a wide ranging report covering theoretical FTL drives and their implications.
DIA  FTL  space  propulsion  research  warp  drive  dark  matter  energy  hyperdrive  Alcubierre 
7 hours ago by asteroza
Another “missing” component could revolutionize electronics - MIT Technology Review
New work on the trancitor, an oddball circuit analog to the memristor that's sorta like a transistor and a capacitor
IC  curcuit  fundamentals  trancitor  transistor  capacitor  research  technology  memristor 
7 hours ago by asteroza
Design Sprints Are Snake Oil – Mule Design Studio – Medium
So, no matter what your problem is, I suggest starting from a set of goals, rather than a specific solution*, no matter how appealing it sounds.
designsprint  design  research  discovery 
9 hours ago by tham
Opinion | The Demise of Watchdog Journalism in China - The New York Times
More than five years into President Xi Jinping’s rule, the more insidious implications of his authoritarian revival are coming into focus. One casualty is investigative journalism. Having suffered a decline as rapid as their rise, muckraking journalists feel lost.
j460  investigative  research 
10 hours ago by glanosga
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Calls to US #poison control centers for both unintentional & intentional exposure to #ADHD medications among children and adolescents increased by nearly two-thirds between 2000 and 2014.https://t.co/rUud3DiGMl

— Parsing Science (@ParsingScience) May 24, 2018
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11 hours ago by dougleigh
Ask Survey Results Copy Generator | Copy Chief
I had the opportunity to share this with Ryan's Elite Mastermind group last week. And I want to make sure you have it, too. It's a badass tool for creating headlines (subject lines, and bullets) from prospect dialogue. @NateDye and I presented this during the Ask Masterclass promotion, and it works wonders for turning your Deep Dive Survey responses into powerful short copy.
kevinrogers  copywriting  research  dds  headlines  bullets 
13 hours ago by cmananian
great papers that no one has read, pt. 1 | orgtheory.net
More Eric Leifer

Target ambiguity is commonly used when trying to criticize an opponent without directing that criticism to anyone in particular. It is often used in political discourse. Leifer and Rajah use the example of a speech Kennedy made in 1963 to criticize communists or communist sympathizers. Without attacking any specific group, Kennedy used the speech as a way to feel out and test the political terrain, while also casting himself in a hero’s position. Using a strawman argument is probably also exemplary of target ambiguity.

Content ambiguity is similar conceptually to Padgett’s and Ansell’s concept of “robust action.” The idea is that we do not want to claim a superordinate role in an interaction too soon, as doing so gives our counterparts the opportunity to step in and assert their own primacy. Instead of directly asserting ourselves, we try to hide the content of our actions, so that our actions can later prove to conveniently fit the roles that emerge in the interaction. Therefore, when we interact with others in a business exchange, we try to remain as neutral, bland, and amiable as possible so that, no matter what the outcome of the exchange is, we are prepared to assert control over the situation when the opportunity arises (i.e. that is what I was trying to accomplish all along!). In other words, revealing too much intention can hurt our ability to accomplish those intentions. It’s better to be as ambiguous as possible about our intentions and deftly try to get others to reveal their intentions first.
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13 hours ago by scritic
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One third of the world's protected lands are degraded by human activities, according to a new study.#biodiversity #infographicshttps://t.co/2UqzcRK6GF

— Parsing Science (@ParsingScience) May 24, 2018
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14 hours ago by dougleigh

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