Peter NeibertDateline: Peter Neibert
First Published: Dec 05, 2009 / Last Published: Jun 07, 2010
I write Technorati's feature, "MEDIA and the Mentally Interesting." Ever drive 46 miles into the desert and wonder why? Ever wonder why (some) psychiatrists are nuts? Well, discover more -- check-in with us.
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June 7, 2010
Does It Hurt to Be Bipolar?
Do you want to be somebody else; Stanley Bing is.
June 3, 2010
Alzheimer's and Senile Dementia Can Strike Anyone at Anytime
When you drive 45.95 miles into the desert, you need to know why you went there.
May 22, 2010
Brain Tools 102: Art Slam 2010 Calls for Entries
Can the mentally interesting create art for money?
May 19, 2010
Former California Governor Jerry Brown Resurrects "Moonbeam" For Another Try
Quirky former governor Jerry Brown opens his mouth and his free media campaign for California voters begins.in Politics
May 17, 2010
Brain Tools 101: Artistic Media
He changed designs in original media, stone, copper, wood, applied different inks like Photoshop artists rework layers.
May 14, 2010
Reach Out to the Mentally Disabled with Free Stuff
Mental health organizations live alongside free software, database computers, networks of networks — but miss focusing them on the mentally disabled.
May 9, 2010
Republican Meg Whitman Builds Momentum for Governor of California
"Meg, why are you having a fundraiser?" her friends ask. "You don't need it." Well, yes and no.in Politics
May 3, 2010
PsychMoo.com Gives Mentally Disabled Social Media of Their Own
Cyberbullies torment Marcie, a vulnerable autistic girl with bipolar disorder, until she became suicidal — now, PsychMoo.com is what's happening.
January 20, 2010
Flower Selling: Recession Masks Market Shift, or Maybe It's Martha's Fault
If you're a florist, license your brand to 1-800-flowers or buy a grocery store, because traditional floral sales are a thing of the past.in Business
December 30, 2009
Japanese Customs Make For An Interesting New Year
Trains, TV and Temple Bells prepare for the first working day of the New Year, all according to Japanese custom.