The Most Unexpected Way To Tell If Someone Is Lying It is notoriously difficult to tell when someone is lying to you. It may be easier to tell if someone is lying when you cannot see their face, new research finds. Contrary to most people’s expectations, being able to see someone’s full face does not help lie detection. In fact, it actually hurts it. Dr Amy-May Leach, the study’s first author, explained that the reason may be because it helps people focus on important cues: “The presence of a veil may compel observers to pay attention to more ‘diagnostic’ cues, such as listening for verbal indicators of deception.”
Austin Hallock HTML5 – The Best Platform For Rapid Game Development It’s a bold claim, but I’m going to make it and back it up with two example games… HTML5 is *the* best platform for rapid game development available right now. I’m a student at the University of Texas, and two weeks ago, another UT student was hit by a bus (video embedded below, he made it out without serious injuries). As soon as I saw the video start going viral, I decided I would make a game for it. 24 hours later, the game was complete and went viral itself. In just a few days, the game had 25,000+ unique visitors, 1,500+ likes, and articles on sites like Kotaku, News.com.au, and the Statesman.
Brain Activity At The Moment of Death - Neuroskeptic What happens in the brain when we die? Canadian researchers Loretta Norton and colleagues of the University of Western Ontario examine this grave question in a new paper: Electroencephalographic Recordings During Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Therapy Until 30 Minutes After Declaration of Death Norton et al. examined frontal EEG recordings from four critically ill patients at the point where their life support was withdrawn. Here are some details on the four: Pirate Bay Ban Rockets Pirate Party Website Into The Big Time The court-ordered ISP blockade of The Pirate Bay immediately backfired earlier this month when it massively raised awareness and caused the site to receive millions of extra visitors. Now, and as a direct result of the Pirate Bay ban, the website of the UK Pirate Party is benefiting hugely too. In just over three weeks it has jumped more than 100,000 places in the UK rankings and any moment now will become the 1,500th most-visited website in the country. The Pirate Bay has suffered censorship in many countries across Europe but the recent steps against the torrent site in the UK have generated a much bigger response than similar actions previously taken against the site elsewhere.
Inside DARPA’s Top-Secret Program to Protect the President Days after President Kennedy was assassinated, a Pentagon agency was given a top-secret assignment to protect the president. What they looked at was a lesson in the futility of perfect security. Days after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, a Pentagon agency was given a top-secret assignment to come up with technology to protect the president. What they looked at—from gassing bystanders to arming Secret Service agents with nonlethal squirt guns—was a lesson in the futility of perfect security. Go Board Game with Google Docs I've been satiating my asynchronous game play needs recently by playing Go via Google Docs. I figured someone else must of thought of that already, and they did: Edward Donohue had a spread sheet template available, which I modified into my Go Board Game Template. The cool thing is that Google Docs comes with great features already in place: Version historyAllows you to roll back time to recall what has been happening in the game.Change NotificationsAllows you to make a move, and your opponent will automatically get an email notification that links to page showing what has changed.(Set this up by going to |Tools| |Notification Rules|)Auto formattingMakes the board look like a bunch of black and white pieces instead of playing in text.Works anywhere, even mobile Also, you can do odd stuff, like make this tiling (toroidal) go board.
A History of Tug-of-War Fatalities “I will not play tug o’ war; I'd rather play hug o' war.” (Shel Silverstein, Where the Sidewalk Ends) For centuries, tug of war has been celebrated for its positive virtues -- team-building, cooperation, and unity. Charged: 3 NATO Summit Protesters Planned Attacks On Police, Mayor’s Home, Obama HQ Get Breaking News First Receive News, Politics, and Entertainment Headlines Each Morning. Sign Up
Store Owner Is Sick Of Rude Customers, So He Has A Creative Idea To Make Them Polite Working in a customer-focused job can be hard at times especially when people are less than polite. But coffee barista, Austin Simms of Roanoke, VA, found a novel way to encourage his customers to use their manners when ordering their cup of joe in the morning. Manners Cost Next To Nothing The sign Austin placed outside the shop showed discount according to how polite a customer was when placing their order and it brought a smile to many faces – not only for the people working there but for the customers themselves.
The Rules - Dabble Okay, kiddos. Let's play nice. While the breadth of Dabble classes offered might be "anything goes," the classroom ettiquite does not quite follow. Underachieving boys, or clever girls? The differences between boys’ and girl’s performance in primary school are small, they increase in lower secondary school and they diminish a little during first year of upper secondary school. (Illustrative photo: Colourbox) This article was originally published on Kilden - Information and news about gender research in Norway. Read the original article. Planning your Class / For Teachers / Knowledge Base - Dabble Support So you’ve signed up to teach a class with Dabble, and we’ve confirmed your class listing and date. Now what? It's time to get planning & promoting! For your convenience, we've prepared a Teacher Folder which contains all of the helpful tips & tricks for lesson planning and walks you through planning your class step by step.