Here is an assortment of videos and other online notices that I wanted to make note of.
"Alan Turing at 100" (A Special Section of Nature Magazine, 23 Feb 2012)
"Alan Turing, born a century ago this year, is best known for his wartime code-breaking and for inventing the 'Turing machine' – the concept at the heart of every computer today. But his legacy extends much further: he founded the field of artificial intelligence, proposed a theory of biological pattern formation and speculated about the limits of computation in physics. In this collection of features and opinion pieces, Nature celebrates the mind that, in a handful of papers over a tragically short lifetime, shaped many of the hottest fields in science today."
Neuroscientific Interventions for Dyslexia: Red Flags (BishopBlog)
• Warning signs of unscientific/unproven treatment claims
Video: Neuroscientists Measure Brain Activity in Love Competition (Wired, 20120214)
• The Love Competition (on Vimeo)
ADVENTURES IN BEHAVIORAL NEUROLOGY—OR—WHAT NEUROLOGY CAN TELL US ABOUT HUMAN NATURE
• Interview video with Vilayanur Ramachandran [51.12]