This Week on the Internet
Where else will you get a serious take on PTSD and stories on inflatable sperm whales?
CIW’s back in action today with This Week on the Internet.
PTSD IN THE CITY
While we were all watchingChicagoland, the American Journal of Orthopsychiatryreleased this fascinating studyabout PTSD stemming from exposure to violent crimes in urban environments. How can we continue to do to treat this type of PTSD and prevent the violence that’s causing it?
IT’S NOT ABOUT PAY-FOR-PLAY. REALLY.
We get it, everyone. You disagree with the Northwestern college athletes and their attempt to unionize and reform some NCAA rules and regulations. Except for one thing: maybe you don’t really disagree with them after all.Check out this breakdownof what Kain Colter and Co. are really asking for and decide for yourself.
JONAH AND THE WHALE – NOW IN 3D
Jonah’s whale travels to London.
We’re firm believers in educating through experiences — so why not learn the stories of a Bible from inside a giant inflatable sperm whale? #sentencesweneverthoughtwewouldsay
WHAT’S SO FUNNY?
CIW 2013 speaker and humor researcher Peter McGraw can tell you. His new research explains the sweet spot of comedic timing, refining only slightly the Mark Twain’s old idea that “humor is tragedy plus time.”
THE GOOD WIFE IS MORE—MUCH MORE—THAN JUST A “WIFE”
If your lunch conversations were anything like ours this week, they likely revolved almost entirely around The Good Wife, don’t miss this take on why last week’s shocking episode was a significant breakthrough for women.
QUIT YOU’RE WHINING…OR TURN IT INTO ART
Thisintriguing new exhibitturns the grievances of 70 individual artists and designers into art. Who knew complaining could be so pretty?