Scientific American web awards

eckman_surprise.jpgScientific American have given out their 2005 Science & Technology Web Awards and Mind Hacks made the list:

For anyone who ever fell asleep in their own drool while trying to read a neuroscience textbook, welcome to Mind Hacks, Tom Stafford and Matt Webb’s riveting companion blog to their book of the same name, which takes a decidedly fun approach to neuroscience. Emphasizing an empirical approach to understanding one’s own brain, the site reports on the latest developments in such areas as reasoning, memory, attention and language, plumbing the depths of journals and magazines, obscure Web sites and personal experience. A hearty banquet results: the musings of a man mistaken for a sex bot, an interview with a software developer, and reflections on why we laugh are all on the highly unpredictable and entertaining menu.

It’s always great to get awards but it’s even better to hear that there’s plenty of people out there enjoying what we’re doing and finding new angles on the fascinating world of psychology and neuroscience.

Link to Scientific American Science & Technology Web Awards 2005.

3 Comments

  1. Posted October 5, 2005 at 8:54 am | Permalink

    This is great, and mostly due to your hard work doing daily posts Vaughan – well done!

  2. Posted October 5, 2005 at 7:24 pm | Permalink

    Hey, Scientific American isn’t the only one plugging mindhacks. Lesser venues do it from time to time too, like individual’s blogs:
    http://gokmop.blogspot.com/2005/10/attenuation-and-attention.html

  3. Posted October 6, 2005 at 4:53 am | Permalink

    I think now is an appropriate time… w00t!


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