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Are you tired of ddiPad.com taking as long to load a link as it takes oxcarbazepine to induce CYP3A4? Well, soon, ddiPad.com will be on a much faster host and you won’t dread using it! This will also encourage the completion of many half-written posts, so there will be more to click!

PS: I almost wrote “stay tuned!” but then realized how anachronistic this would be. More appropriate would be “check your RSS aggregator regularly…”

Fascinating RadioLab episode explores ideas of good and “bad” in thought and behavior

RadioLab's "The Bad Show" episodeThis thought-provoking series of stories on the WNYC public radio show RadioLab includes an important revisiting the 1960s experiments by Yale psychologist Stanley Milgram which are widely viewed as demonstrating that people will do terrible things if told to do so by authorities. As Alex Haslam (Professor of Social and Organizational Psychology at the University of Exeter) explains in the show, Dr Milgrim’s subsequent experiments actually demonstrated the opposite. I won’t spoil the story, but encourage you to listen to the episode.

Of note, their second story, besides being increasingly fascinating on multiple levels, finds a way to use the phrase “batshit crazy” as a literal adjective.

TO LISTEN: either click “Play” from the episode’s page or stream/download directly the MP3.

You owe it to yourself to get the RadioLab podcast feed. Add to iTunes with this link, or add to another podcatcher or RSS reader from this page. Don’t know what I’m talking about? Come to my Friday conference 2/17/12, Shrinks in the Cloud: Five Heavenly Cloud Resources for Storing, Searching, and Sharing. Eventually I will have an article here explaining how to use podcasts as well (let me know if you want it sooner rather than later).