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Sebastian Seung: A Neuroscientist Reverse-Engineering The Brain. Hide caption A map of neurons of the mouse retina, reconstructed automatically by artificial intelligence from electron microscopic images.

Sebastian Seung: A Neuroscientist Reverse-Engineering The Brain

A. Zlateski based on data from K. The New Inquiry. Armchair Traveller. How to Remove Your Google Search History Before Google's New Privacy Policy Takes Effect. [UPDATE 2/22/2012] It is important to note that disabling Web History in your Google account will not prevent Google from gathering and storing this information and using it for internal purposes.

How to Remove Your Google Search History Before Google's New Privacy Policy Takes Effect

More information at the end of this post. On March 1st, Google will implement its new, unified privacy policy, which will affect data Google has collected on you prior to March 1st as well as data it collects on you in the future. Until now, your Google Web History (your Google searches and sites visited) was cordoned off from Google's other products. This protection was especially important because search data can reveal particularly sensitive information about you, including facts about your location, interests, age, sexual orientation, religion, health concerns, and more.

The most beautiful death - StumbleUpon. Brave New World novelist Aldous Huxley was diagnosed with cancer in 1960, at which point his health slowly began to deteriorate.

The most beautiful death - StumbleUpon

On his deathbed in November of 1963, just as he was passing away, Aldous — a man who for many years had been fascinated with the effects of psychedelic drugs since being introduced to mescaline in 1953 — asked his wife Laura to administer him with LSD. She agreed. The following letter — an incredibly moving, detailed account of Aldous's last days — was written by Laura just days after her husband's death and sent to his older brother Julian.