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Neuroscientist Adrian Owen reveals his controversial, groundbreaking work with patients whose brains were previously thought vegetative or non-responsive but turn out—in up to 20 percent of cases—to be vibrantly alive, existing in the “Gray Zone.” This video features Owen explaining the his journey of medical discovery outlined in his book, Into the Gray Zone.
A website with the same name–intothegrayzone.com–includes supporting materials and chapter correlations on several subjects, including First Contact, Scaffolds of Consciousness, The Mind Reader, Are You in Pain?, Live or Let Die?, and Back From the Dead. Owen is also on Twitter @comadork. If you’d like to share this video with your customers, here’s the embed code:
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Twitter announced another update today. In an effort to simply conversations, when you reply to someone or a group, those @usernames won’t count toward your 140 characters limit. According to the Twitter blog, the changes you’ll see are:
Out today, Happy Dreamer from the creator of The Dot and Ish, Peter H. Reynolds. And here’s a little trailer to share to remind little ones, graduates, and readers of all ages to dream big.
“The next time you’re thinking about what gift to give someone, think of something that will encourage creativity,” he writes. “Whether it’s a blank journal or book on crafts, a set of watercolors or a guide to making films, a stationery set or a watercolor brush – let it be something that inspires expression. Children and grown up children need to be encouraged to consume less, and create more.”
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