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Monday, November 28, 2005

(outlink) The Seducer’s Diary: Kino

A Smith has posted a summary of various forms of kino (touching). It's an OK review, and may have some new moves. There was one for me, at least.

(outlink) The Eureka Moment

PLoS Biology: Neural Activity When People Solve Verbal Problems with Insight is an peer-reviewed article on "Eureka" or "Aha" moments. and what brain activity come with it. (By way of technocrat.net.)

Friday, November 25, 2005

An introduction to the White Tigress tao tradition

Just came across this article about the White Tirgress (female) tradition, a part of the overall sexual Tao traditions.

Oral sex is highly praised, with a look to aquiring trace chemicals (aka "male sexual energy"), for purification of skin etc. Fun to get aquianted with.

(outlink) Meet the IT Gigolo

Meet the IT Gigolo - he'll fix computers for sex...

(outlink) Legend's Gym (tantric sex)

Legend's Gym has information on tantric sexual techniques, how to last longer, etc.

(outlink) On rape fantasies

Delta of Venus posts about Love in the Gutter- The Vexed Desire for Consensual Rape

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

(outlink) Cal Banyan's free hypnotic scripts

Cal Banyan has provided free hypnosis scripts. These cover eliminating stuttering, letting go of the past, a confusion induction (useful with resisting clients), a stop-smoking script, erictily dysfunction patter, "The Car Metaphor" (healthy living), and "The Ultimate And Virtuall Universal Hypnosis Script For Change and Motivation".

(outlink) Body builder program: IRON MANS "HIT" PROGRAM

Recommended mass builder program: IRON MANS "HIT" PROGRAM at Professional Muscle.

The program is intended for bulking - I'm not sure whether it's that good for plain strenght increase. I'm personally a bit careful with bulking, I'm more interested in getting as much strength as possible out of my body.

Thursday, November 03, 2005

(outlink) Hello, a girls point of view

Hello, a girls point of view on fellatio.

Craig's list is getting a lot of interesting postings lately.

Tuesday, November 01, 2005

(outlink) On body language

Do you, too, try to find as many cues of body language as you can, and join them into your understanding of people?

The Nonverbal Dictionary of Gestures, Signs and Body Language Cues from the Center for nonverbal Studies might be of help.

For more specific information, some kind people have collected specific information on facial expressions, there's some good research and link collections, and somebody has put together a forum specifically for the topic (down when I tested it, unfortunately.) There's even some movies available.

(outlink) A Brief History of Connectionism

Connectionism, n:

Connectionism -- within cognitive science -- is a theory of information processing. Unlike classical systems which use explicit, often logical, rules arranged in an hierarchy to manipulate symbols in a serial manner, however, connectionist systems rely on parallel processing of sub-symbols, using statistical properties instead of logical rules to transform information. Connectionists base their models upon the known neurophysiology of the brain and attempt to incorporate those functional properties thought to be required for cognition.

A Brief History of Connectionism attempts to go through the theory and place this in context.