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The Breakfast Economy

Krystal D'Costa , December 19th, 2016


Whether or not breakfast actually is the most important meal of the day, the real emphasis seems to be on keeping weekday breakfast as low-key as possible. —…


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3 Historical Examples of “Fake News”

Krystal D'Costa , December 4th, 2016


History is littered with examples where the the facts were altered to suit a specific purpose. Here are three instances where falsified public accounts were used to chart…


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3 Historical Examples of “Fake News”

Krystal D'Costa , December 4th, 2016


History is littered with examples where the the facts were altered to suit a specific purpose. Here are three instances where falsified public accounts were used to chart…


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Green Thumbery: What Can the First Weeds Tell Us?

Krystal D'Costa , December 4th, 2016


Weeds are the bane of gardening but they can help us learn how we arrived at agriculture’s doorstep — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com


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Green Thumbery: What Can the First Weeds Tell Us?

Krystal D'Costa , December 4th, 2016


Weeds are the bane of gardening but they can help us learn how we arrived at agriculture’s doorstep — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com


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Green Thumbery: What can the first weeds tell us?

Krystal D'Costa , December 2nd, 2016


Weeds are the bane of gardening but they can help us learn how we arrived at agriculture’s doorstep. — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com


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3 Historical Examples of “Fake News”

Krystal D'Costa , December 1st, 2016


History is littered with examples where the the facts were altered to suit a specific purpose. Here are three instances where falsified public accounts were used to chart…


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Post No Bills: The Ancient Romans Had a Version of Lawn Signs, Too

Krystal D'Costa , November 9th, 2016


The American history of the political yard sign may date back to 1824 when John Quincy Adams had signs printed for his presidential run. Our current wireframe version…


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Post No Bills: The Ancient Romans Had a Version of Lawn Signs, Too

Krystal D'Costa , November 9th, 2016


The American history of the political yard sign may date back to 1824 when John Quincy Adams had signs printed for his presidential run. Our current wireframe version…


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Post No Bills: The Ancient Romans Had a Version of Lawn Signs Too

Krystal D'Costa , November 8th, 2016


The American history of the political yard sign may date back to 1824 when John Quincy Adams had signs printed for his presidential run. Our current wireframe version…


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Why Do Postmortem Reviews Seem Destined to Fail?

Krystal D'Costa , November 5th, 2016


Organizations need a mechanism to evaluate potential options for change. Is there anything salvageable from the postmortem?  — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com


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Why Do Postmortem Reviews Seem Destined to Fail?

Krystal D'Costa , November 5th, 2016


Organizations need a mechanism to evaluate potential options for change. Is there anything salvageable from the postmortem?  — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com


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Why do post-mortem reviews seem destined to fail?

Krystal D'Costa , November 2nd, 2016


Organizations need a mechanism to evaluate potential options for change. Is there anything salvageable from the post-mortem?  — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com


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Why Are Victorian Houses Haunted?

Krystal D'Costa , October 28th, 2016


There was a time when the Victorian facade was a prevalent status symbol in the U.S. How did these houses go from celebrated to creepy? — Read more…


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What’s the Bogeyman?

Krystal D'Costa , October 28th, 2016


Maybe it’s Michael Myers. Maybe it’s a jumbie. But chances are it’s something else. The real question is why are we all afraid of it. — Read more…


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What’s the Bogeyman?

Krystal D'Costa , October 28th, 2016


Maybe it’s Michael Myers. Maybe it’s a jumbie. But chances are it’s something else. The real question is: Why are we all afraid of it? — Read more…


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Why are Victorian Houses Haunted?

Krystal D'Costa , October 27th, 2016


There was a time when the Victorian facade was a prevalent status symbol in the United States. How did these houses go from celebrated to creepy? — Read…


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Why Do We Share Viral Videos?

Krystal D'Costa , April 13th, 2016


Why have cats taken over the Internet? — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com


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Why do we share viral videos?

Scientific American Blog: Anthropology in Practice , April 13th, 2016


Why have cats taken over the Internet? — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com


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Why is the “Tears of Joy” emoji everywhere?

Scientific American Blog: Anthropology in Practice , February 12th, 2016


While it doesn’t quite seem that we’re ready to chat in all emojis and only emojis, they are serving to modify our responses and add meaning in an…


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Why Is the “Tears of Joy” Emoji Everywhere?

Krystal D'Costa , February 12th, 2016


Although it doesn’t quite seem that we’re ready to chat in all emojis and only emojis, they are serving to modify our responses and add meaning in an…


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Symposium: Antropoloog zoekt maatschappelijke partner

martijn , August 31st, 2014


Antropoloog zoekt maatschappelijke partner – Kennisdeling buiten de muren van de universiteit – 3 september 2014 Aanleiding Er is onder antropologen een toenemende aandacht voor kennisd…


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