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    Default Free e-book on what brain scans show about who we are

    I haven't read it so I don't know the details about this book, but I know some people here are interested in this and might like to read it. And it's free! It's for the nook but you can read it on your computer too with some app or something.

    http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/pict...DiUoVDQ-_-10:1
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    Sweet find. I'm going to dig into this today.
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    FUCK it's asking for a credit card. Fagetaboutit. If anyone gets this on a PC and can share the file I would be grateful.
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    Oh sorry I didn't think of that - you probably need an account.
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    Shit happens. I'm sure someone will get it on their PC eventually, and then all they will have to do is use putfile.com and everyone can get it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    Shit happens. I'm sure someone will get it on their PC eventually, and then all they will have to do is use putfile.com and everyone can get it.

    http://depositfilesonic.com/pictures...ho-we-1776220/

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    kewl, thanks bg and MS.
    This is one of the few things that, with dropbox, makes the ipain worthwhile....ebooks with color images, heh.

    edited to add: nevermind, i don't think there's any pics in this book still may be worth a read
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    ugh all of those links require credit cards, wtf
    But, for a certainty, back then,
    We loved so many, yet hated so much,
    We hurt others and were hurt ourselves...

    Yet even then, we ran like the wind,
    Whilst our laughter echoed,
    Under cerulean skies...

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    there is a section that has two links that have to be copied and pasted. use the fileserve one, then find on that page the free service, which is somewhere on the right, mid to low page. I'll see if I can pull up the link.
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    http://www.fileserve.com/file/wwQuKPM
    on the lowerish right is a section that says free user and slower download. that's the download you want.
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    Does it have pictures of my brain?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anndelise View Post
    there is a section that has two links that have to be copied and pasted. use the fileserve one, then find on that page the free service, which is somewhere on the right, mid to low page. I'll see if I can pull up the link.
    Quote Originally Posted by anndelise View Post
    http://www.fileserve.com/file/wwQuKPM
    on the lowerish right is a section that says free user and slower download. that's the download you want.
    ^

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    so i managed to free dl it but what tYpe of application is required to view it
    maybe a saint is just a dead prick with a good publicist
    maybe tommorow's statues are insecure without their foes
    go ask the frog what the scorpion knows

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie View Post
    so i managed to free dl it but what tYpe of application is required to view it
    Incorrect download. Try wupload and you're going to view it your browser. That is, the link BG posted - first one, not second one.

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    I'm not sure where to put this, so if it needs to be moved, then go ahead and move it.

    I just finished reading chapter 1 "Life, death, and the middle ground". And I'm a bit irked at the communication tool that is being used for the LIS guy. Seriously? An alphabet board? Wouldn't it be easier to use some kind of morse code system? I dunno. I'm not even sure how the alphabet board is set up. Hopefully not in alphabetical order. I can imagine pros and cons for qwerty and other keyboard arrangements. I certainly hope that they looked up various alternatives. And I hope he's able to take lots of short cuts instead of spelling out each word in full. lol, in his case, death to the grammar nazis!!

    sorry, this chapter was just...scary...to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie View Post
    so i managed to free dl it but what tYpe of application is required to view it

    here's an adobe thing that'll let you view it.
    http://www.adobe.com/products/digitaleditions/#fp/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie View Post
    so i managed to free dl it but what tYpe of application is required to view it
    it's an epub format,it can be viewed by adobe reader and various other readers.
    warning, the first page (the cover) is out of proportion and looks weird, but the pages after that are normal
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    cool it works thanks ann and bg
    maybe a saint is just a dead prick with a good publicist
    maybe tommorow's statues are insecure without their foes
    go ask the frog what the scorpion knows

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    No pictures of my brain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Absurd View Post
    No pictures of my brain.
    yeah, I just edited my post up there, regarding pictures

    one book (not ebook) that has lots of pretty pictures of the brain, scans, and such, is "The Human Brain Book" by Rita Carter
    it's a gorgeous book, but $40
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    Quote Originally Posted by anndelise View Post
    yeah, I just edited my post up there, regarding pictures

    one book (not ebook) that has lots of pretty pictures of the brain, scans, and such, is "The Human Brain Book" by Rita Carter
    it's a gorgeous book, but $40

    http://www.filesonic.com/file/848394..._BrainBook.rar


    this is fun. what's next.

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    i can attest to the pretty pictures in that book. but I think it's a coffee table book, it's kind of weird reading it on a screen.

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    Holy shit, bg. All i could find on it was a review in pdf form...i hate those misleading things.

    "mapping the mind" also by Rita Carter

    I'll hop on amazon and get a list of other brain books I wanted to read.
    Muhahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by bionicgoat View Post
    Thanks,

    Let's see what my brain is. Hope it is not underdeveloped or missing.

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    whoa this book is intense. Locked in syndrome and terry shiavo and...it sucks to think about this stuff lol

    looking forward to more
    But, for a certainty, back then,
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    Quote Originally Posted by anndelise View Post
    Holy shit, bg. All i could find on it was a review in pdf form...i hate those misleading things.

    "mapping the mind" also by Rita Carter

    I'll hop on amazon and get a list of other brain books I wanted to read.
    Muhahaha
    that one i'm just finding a bogus review of in pdf instead of the book and requests for somebody to upload the real book. i gave it five minutes of searching then started getting creeped out that i was going to catch some malware. sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bionicgoat View Post
    that one i'm just finding a bogus review of in pdf instead of the book and requests for somebody to upload the real book. i gave it five minutes of searching then started getting creeped out that i was going to catch some malware. sorry.
    That,s ok, I have both books, but have been wanting to share/show things from them. But mostly from that Human Brain Book, which yes, is wonderful to have a hard copy of! It's gorgeous! And my absolute fav for introductory info.

    Other books I am considering buying are:
    "Brain: the complete mind" by Michael S Sweeney
    (actually, almost anything by him)

    "neuroscience: exploring the brain" by mark f bear
    (a textbook)

    "networks of the brain" by olaf sporn

    "brain bugs" by dean buonomano
    (just cuz I like exploring these kinds of ideas)

    "Exploring consciousness" by rita carter
    (another one that i could only find that stupid review pdf for)

    But only if you are bored and/or want to.
    I'm actually quite happy that you found the human brain book...ok, i'm actually jumping up and down, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anndelise View Post
    That,s ok, I have both books, but have been wanting to share/show things from them. But mostly from that Human Brain Book, which yes, is wonderful to have a hard copy of! It's gorgeous! And my absolute fav for introductory info.

    Other books I am considering buying are:
    "Brain: the complete mind" by Michael S Sweeney
    (actually, almost anything by him)

    "neuroscience: exploring the brain" by mark f bear
    (a textbook)

    "networks of the brain" by olaf sporn

    "brain bugs" by dean buonomano
    (just cuz I like exploring these kinds of ideas)

    "Exploring consciousness" by rita carter
    (another one that i could only find that stupid review pdf for)

    But only if you are bored and/or want to.
    I'm actually quite happy that you found the human brain book...ok, i'm actually jumping up and down, lol.
    lol. yay.

    i just got kicked off the family room tv (where my computer is hooked up) for my mom's soap opera. i'll try to remember to come back to this and see what i can find you.

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    I think I just found Bear's book, the textbook one. It's in four parts: http://www.filestube.com/dnF2dddFDXr...gtheBrain.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by anndelise View Post
    I think I just found Bear's book, the textbook one. It's in four parts: http://www.filestube.com/dnF2dddFDXr...gtheBrain.html
    yeah. you've got to download all 4 parts before you can extract it (just in case you've never dealt with multi-piece rars )

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    Quote Originally Posted by bionicgoat View Post
    yeah. you've got to download all 4 parts before you can extract it (just in case you've never dealt with multi-piece rars )
    Oh, thanx...i didn't know that.
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    I'm just assuming, i could be wrong. maybe they actually split the book up into 4 parts. that would be kind of weird though. usually they compact the whole thing, then split that file into parts to upload (those file sites usually have a limit on the size of the file for non paying members)

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    I didn't realize that posting the direct link might cause problems?? Should i edit the links by inserting spaces or such?
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    Quote Originally Posted by anndelise View Post
    I didn't realize that posting the direct link might cause problems?? Should i edit the links by inserting spaces or such?
    ehh... the chance of it ever being a problem are really really slim. we can always edit them out if they do happen to pass that law (which i'm pretty sure they won't, and even if they did, that they'd track that book down to here)

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    After downloading the first part, i got distracted. The past week or so, i kept telling myself to get on the netbook and finish downloading it, but didn't get to it till today. It's gone. And I can't find any active links to it (bears').

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    Quote Originally Posted by anndelise View Post
    After downloading the first part, i got distracted. The past week or so, i kept telling myself to get on the netbook and finish downloading it, but didn't get to it till today. It's gone. And I can't find any active links to it (bears').

    Didn't find it yet. Anyway, interested in:

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    I looked on my computer and I never downloaded that one... I've just got the big coffee table one.

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    actually, let me check the other computer when i get a chance. I remember being in there when we were doing this thread. I might have dl'd it onto there.

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