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In the know: Edition #2

In the know is a regular roundup of knowledge management (KM) topics of discussion and the videos and podcasts that are grabbing the attention of KM experts across our community.

When Great Minds Think Unlike: Inside Science’s ‘Replication Crisis’

NPR’s Hidden Brain Podcast looks at the replication crisis in science by zooming in on one seminal paper that was the focus of two replication efforts: one succeeded in replicating the original finding, the other failed.

How Facebook uses you to sell stuff to your friends

ABC Radio National explores Facebook’s ‘sponsored stories’ feature, and how people are unaware that the feature means that their name can be used to advertise products to their friends.

Why some newspaper paywalls are simply unsustainable

An article in The Conversation discusses the evidence showing that the Australian Financial Review’s hard paywall strategy could prove difficult to maintain.

Peter, Paul, Kylie … David! Why we forget family members’ names

How often has your own mother forgotten your name? Does she ever cycle through the names of each of your siblings – and perhaps even the family pet – before getting to yours? The Conversation looks at why this happens.

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