In an effort to keep things fresh on our main blog Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life, we’ve moved a few of our posts that are at least a decade or so old here to CR Clips.
Latest Historical Posts Featured Here
- Emotional Memory Management
3 August 2007
Do you ever experience an unwelcome flood of emotions when reminded of a particular person or event? Do you find yourself dragging up the past, and re-hashing old wrongs whenever you try to talk with a certain person? Our Consulting Clinical Psychologist Dr Carver — something of a specialist when it comes to Emotional Memory — offers an explanation of how it works, and a whole host of practical tips that anyone can use.
- WordPress, Movable Type Hit by New Duplicate Content Bugs
2 August 2007
If you write a blog — especially if you write one as part of your business — you’ll want to know about a new duplicate content vulnerability in WordPress and Movable Type. No, this isn’t the same old vulnerability that first hit the news last year — this is a new one, and this time it’s a bug.
- Digital Certificates for Practitioners in Private Practice: What to Avoid
24 July 2007
Last year, I described my experiences trying to renew the digital certificate which enables this site to process data securely. Having battled with a company called RegisterFly, I wound up having a very pleasant experience with GoDaddy. Now a colleague who works in clinical trials has passed on news that the company I battled with was so bad it has actually been stripped of its ICANN accreditation. Caveat emptor!
Currently On the Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life Blog:
- Do You Fear Your Prejudices?
- What Will We Leave Behind?
- When Great Ideas Become Lead Weights
- Practitioners, How Good is Your Referral Tracking?
- Grief: What’s the Point of Talking About It?
Currently On Ask the Psychologist: