The Man Who Mistook His Wife’s Head for a Hat

A short review of The Man Who Mistook His Wife’s Head for a Hat, a survey of mental issues covering a broad range of weird and wonderful maladies that provide key insights into the workings of the human mind and the composition of the psyche.

Interesting little book review on the Irish Times website about the role of Cromwell in the disappearance of wolves in Ireland. Kieran Hickey's book (possibly entitled The Natural and Cultural History of Wolves in Ireland—the article makes no reference) seems to confirm the role of Cromwell's appearance in Ireland with the hunting and eventual extinction…

Phantoms in the Brain

In Phantoms in the Brain, V. S. Ramachandran has attempted to emulate the forebears he cites in the Preface, who inspired him to write science that is both informative and interesting to the general reading public. In this he has certainly succeeded, his style is highly approachable, and the content not only comprises interesting titbits,…

Book Glutton - Another social internet site, this time designed around the premise that it's good to read together. The site offers members a chance to form and join reading groups, enabling them to discuss and annotate the book while they read. ControlC - This website provides a way to save a copy of everything…