When fluff isn’t enough

Image of brain with thought iconsThere’s lots of fluff on the Internet, you know, frothy fun. Light weight, candy floss, sweet but without substance. And like candy floss too much of it can dull your senses. Or your sensibility.

Brain Pickings is the opposite of fluff,  but it’s not all serious and it’s not nose in the air pomposity. It’s

“a human-powered discovery engine for interestingness, a subjective lens on what matters in the world and why, bringing you things you didn’t know you were interested in — until you are It’s not always serious stuff. But it’s always food for thought.”

On a more literal ‘brain wave’ is David DiSalvo’s the Daily Brain is about the brain and how it works, according to DiSalvo it’s

“knowledge for hungry brains, … for people who love asking questions and searching for answers – especially when the answers lead to new questions.”

Check ’em out.

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