More Bits and Clips October 2013

More Bits and Clips October 2013

Bits and clips

Here are some recent links to articles and with some videos below you might enjoy:

21 Habits of Supremely Happy People

How American Homeschoolers Measure Up

Why Education Needs More Radioactive Spiders

Man Booker Prize: 5 Surprising things about Eleanor Catton’s Victory

The Outsiders: How Can Millennials Change Washington if They Hate it?

Secrets of the Most Successful College Students

Pakistani Muslims Protect Christians During Mass

5 Most Unusual Colleges in the US

How to Eliminate Genetically Modified Foods from Your Diet

Le Grand Orange

8 Reminders for Mindful Parents

A Rabbi and a Palestinian Farmer are Neighbors, Partners – and Friends

6 Words You Should Say Today

An A Capella Hymn: I Need Thee Every Hour

Can You tell the Difference Between Modern Art and Paintings by Toddlers?

India Plans to Build the Largest Solar Plant in the World

Where Feminism Went Wrong

The Real Link Between Creativity and Mental Illness

Book Review: Ready for Air

Could You Make it to High School in 1912?

Reasons to Consider a Less Selective, Less Expensive College

Official Atomic Weights Change for 19 Elements

Indian Girl, 13, Begins Master’s Degree in Microbiology

12 Things to Tell My Son Before His Wedding Day

Teacher Status Around the World: How the US Stacks Up

Google Buys Wind Power in Texas

Five Habits to Heal the Heart of Democracy

Cricket’s Audio Recording Slowed Way Down

Babies Experiencing Things for the First Time

Dani Shapiro: On Being Yourself

Book Review: The Antidote: Happiness for People That Can’t Stand Positive Thinking

How to Get Flat Abs, Have Amazing Sex, and Rule the World in 8 Easy Steps

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