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Cognitive behavioural therapy in ten sessions for patients with non-underweight eating disorders. Excellent resources for those struggling with eating disorders. The therapy manual, though designed for therapists, can be used as a self-help guide. (Although the main author, Glenn Waller, has also published an explicit self-help guide, I would recommend reading the therapy manual as well since the self-help book is over ten years old and doesn't draw on the latest research). Here are two podcast episodes (1) (2) with Dr. Waller as a guest.

Amicus brief from the The Onion


"How the sun works? I just didn't care."

Watch Apollo 17 in real time: This website contains a ton of footage and photos from the Apollo missions. It so cool. Here's an iframe of it:

If I were a Springer-Verlag Graduate Text in Mathematics, I would be J.-P. Serre's A Course in Arithmetic.

Jean-Pierre Serre is Professor at the College de France. He has written a number of books, including "Algebraic Groups and Class Fields", "Local Fields", "Complex Semisimple Lie Algebras", "Linear Representations of Finite Groups", Collected Papers (3 volumes), and "Trees" published by Springer-Verlag.

Which Springer GTM would you be? The Springer GTM Test

Just to be clear: I have no idea what's going on in this textbook.A Course in Arithmetic is infamous for having the highest difficulty:appeared difficulty based on book title ratio.

The people want Teen Journal of Political economy

US Navy Dating Training Film 1967: How To Succeed with Brunettes (Thanks government) National archives catalog link

I have collected some helpful links for those who are interested in pursuing a PhD in economics so here they are

Sorry for the formatting I'll get to it later...

This person talks about her journey to Econ PhD. I'd start here.
This PDF from the AEA has an interview about the admissions.
AEA (American economics association) site for general information.
Williams has a bunch of great links here.
The resource page from UCSD looks not bad
Harvard's page with opportunities for econ people
What classes to take
Information about pre doctoral programs.
more predoc info
Barries to entry in econ
And if you're interested in what they teach in grad microeconomics, here are some course notes from UCL https://www.ucl.ac.uk/~uctp100/g021/g021lect.pdf
and Stanford https://web.stanford.edu/~jdlevin/Econ%20202/
Advice on RA interviews

Gay Penguins in Berlin

This is where I keep a bunch of html code to experiment with

And also so that if I forget how to do something, I can come to this page and check and then copy paste the html back

I love how you can just embed other websites in your own website via iframes in html:

Click and drag on the map below and play around if you're bored

Here are some more weather goodies

Live Satellite images

for a hyperlink, anything that goes between the two a's is used for the link, including :(

Mouseover this

Remember: HTML goes all the way to h6

So I want to write
a couple of

This is a paragraph.

A reminder that stuff like only works within paragraph things and mark and del and underline

In fact, those are called span elements that work within a line. like this