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Hello everyone,

I’m not sure if anyone else will find this interesting but thought that this tied in well because it uses photography. The part I find most interesting however is the fact that the children in the poor countries with very little to play with were the easiest to engage with. Those who had toys to share and more than they could possibly use at once were the hardest to interact with.

“But it’s how they play that seemed to differ from country to country.”

…..Technology and/or the availability of it  is different from country to country. Coincidence? I think not, but maybe I’m stretching here.

http://www.featureshoot.com/2013/03/photos-of-children-from-around-the-world-with-their-most-prized-possessions/

 

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You get to Play with the Brain!

OKay, not so much play, but this website does allow you to interact with the different areas of the brain and understand their functions.  The Shallows brings up a lot of scientific and neurological terms, so I thought this might help a little for a visual understanding.  It does weigh more on the injury aspects of brain processing and what not, but still pretty interesting.