The WGBH Lab Submission Updates, iPod Winners, and a Life Story that Chris loves.

Hey WGBH Lab Friends,

Still thinking about submitting a Life Story to The Lab?  We hope so, and it’s not too late! We’re accepting submissions until December 31st, 2009.  Remember, your work may be broadcast in conjunction with NOVA programming on life and evolution.

Visit The WGBH LAB for details:


The winners of our iPod Nano contest have been announced.  We’d like to invite you to watch their Life Stories, and leave your comments:

NOVA: Becoming a True Human Being, by: Linda Flanders
International Feldenkrais trainer Russell Delman explains how the work of Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais is the fastest way to alter compulsive patterns of behavior.

It’s All About Apples, by: Joanie Tobin
Coleman’s age and health, along with the increasing cost of production, make him think about finally slowing down – one of these days.

Lock and Key, by: Chelsea Spear
Why keep a journal? Three women talk about their diurnal diary habits.


Don’t forget to visit the site, watch Life Stories, submit your own, and leave your comments.  Chris Hastings loves this one:

Steven’s Log, by: Steven Hughes and Diane Adams
Steven shares his views on evolution as well as what he believes may be happening in the future.


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