Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Jogging the mind

There's an article in the September 3 "Chronicle of Higher Education" titled "Running Jogs the Academic Mind." It's a poorly titled piece. The first three examples are: an administrator in California who had a Eureka moment while running, having to do with her un-academic administrative duties; (2) the Archimedes legend, and his (literal) Eureka moment in the bathtub; and (3) an MIT Nobel Laureate physicist who says he runs too fast to have any real brainstorms while doing it.

And it fails to cite this blog.

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