Archive for March 2006

Our Person in Riyadh is Getting the Word Out to Saudi Women: Developing New Brain Skills is the Key to Personal Empowerment

Asma Fayyad is Brain Technologies’ associate in Saudi Arabia. She often makes waves, and she’s also been making news lately. Here is an article about her just out in The Saudi Gazette:
By Suzan Zawawi, The Saudi Gazette
RIYADH—Are you an impulsive shopper? Or can’t get off of online chat rooms and stay there for hours on [...]

A Favorite Poem from a Poet One Reviewer Says “Breathes Poetry Like the Rest of Us Breathe Air. When She Exhales, the World Becomes Different. Better.”

Carlos Salum of Charlotte, NC., shares one of his favorite poems, called “Famous” by Naomi Shihab Nye:
The river is famous to the fish.
The loud voice is famous to silence,
which knew it would inherit the earth before anybody said so.
The cat sleeping on the fence is famous to the birds
watching him from the birdhouse.
The tear is [...]

Yes, I’m Convinced That We Are Progressively “Evolving” How We Wire and Use the Wiring in Our Brains, But We Still Don’t Any Means to Stand Back and Take a Good Look at How It All Works.

A visitor to the Brain Technologies office the other day requested a deeper understanding of the model of human thinking levels I explore in, among a number of places, my latest book, The Mother of All Minds.
For an author, what’s not to like about such a request?
So I sat my guest down in front of [...]