Friday Flashback for July 13, 2007
The darned summer days are so beautiful and long, it’s hard for us to drag our collective minds to the computer to write as often as we normally do. Keeping that in mind, we bring you this week’s Friday Flashback on this infamous date, Friday the 13th.
10 Years Ago on Psych Central
- Privacy Online
This editorial (rant) was written after two private emails I had written were shared publicly and taught me the invaluable lesson of assuming everything you email will someday be shared in public. So don’t ever write something you’d be embarrassed if it came to light. Or post pictures to the Internet that may later come back to haunt you.
5 Years Ago on Psych Central
- June 2002 Blog Entries
Covering everything from spanking (still bad for kids, don’t do it) to the then-new release of Mozilla 1.0 (which turned into Firefox, the only browser worth using), it’s an interesting blast from the past.
1 Year Ago on Psych Central
- Genetic Counseling for Bipolar Disorders
The Foundation for Genetic Education and Counseling’s web site (and brochures on PDF) offers info on genetics and bipolar disorder. A year later, the website is gone and so, apparently, is the organization (we couldn’t find it).
- Online Treatment Study for Daily Mood Monitoring
This entry let readers know about a study recruiting subjects to examine online mood monitoring, specifically for bipolar disorder. A similar study, published in May 2007, showed the helpfulness of daily mood monitoring. Online monitoring should show similar results.
Grohol, J. (2007). Friday Flashback for July 13, 2007. Psych Central. Retrieved on May 30, 2015, from http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2007/07/13/friday-flashback-for-july-13-2007/