Ken, over at What Japan Thinks, is doing a great job of deciphering polls and consumer studies in Japan. Today he looks at what people regret telling lies about. First comes Rich, then comes being able to speak English. Be careful about stretching the truth. It can get you in trouble.
Luis over at Blog from another Dimension found a really creepy High School advertisement. For my students: There are different ways of doing things, and when you think of doing many things with many girls, it usually involves sex.
This is 4 minutes of your life well spent. Watch and listen how a wonderful Aussie woman explains how social media works. Love that accent, and the way the video is put together. The folks over at Say it Visually have more like this too.
Adam Gray and Marcos Benavides have collaborated on a textbook of mysteries for language learning called Whodunit. Published by Abax, this is one of the first creative Commons textbooks available. You can download it and pay what you think is the best price (shades of RadioHead or Pearl Jam). After reading through the very interesting…
Similar to Google’s Wonder Wheel, there is an image search that links concepts. Click on Image Swirl, and start clicking on linked concepts.