Sunday, July 23, 2006

What's interesting in Wired July 2006

Here are the articles I thought were interesting in Wired July 2006:

What kind of genius are you? A theory of genius proposed by economist David Galenson of U-Chicago. Divides the world into conceptualists, who peak early and then drop off, and experimentalists, who start slowly and often produce their best work well into their 50s and beyond.

See the profile of geneticist Eddy Rubin, at UC's Lawrence Berkeley National Lab and his analysis of DNA that shows humans and Neanderthals never intermixed.

Lawrence Lessig thinks Al Gore's inconvenient Truth is an absolute must-see.