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Periods and the Quantified Self

Periods and the Quantified Self

As a lifelong self-improvement and learning freak, and a fan of number crunching, I’ve been following the Quantified Self movement with some interest. There’s tons of research to show that the simple act of keeping records of what we’re doing – whether it’s a food diary, exercise log, or a timesheet – results in positive […]

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Evangelical Atheism

Evangelical Atheism

“I don’t understand atheists who proselytize,” wrote a friend today on Facebook. “I thought one of the biggest advantages of not having a religion is not having to convince other people to join it.” Jovial as his comment was, I was delighted to see someone call out evangelical atheism, a subset of run-of-the-mill atheism that […]

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