the long view If human beings really were able to take the long view — to consider seriously the fate of civilization decades or centuries after our deaths — we Jul 4, 2020 blog
the long view Jul 4, 2020 blog If human beings really were able to take the long view — to consider seriously the fate of civilization decades or centuries after our deaths — we naps Jul 3, 2020 blog In praise of naps: In many ways, naps are Zambonis for our brains. They smooth out the nicks, scuffs, and scratches a typical day has left on our tendency to want to do something Jun 29, 2020 blog From this amazing page of mental models, here’s the Tendency to Want to Do Something (Fight/Flight, Intervention, Demonstration of Value, etc.) We changing minds Jun 21, 2020 blog … people don’t change their minds through confrontation and argumentation. They DO change their minds, sometimes very quickly; but quietly, in donato sansone concatenation Jun 20, 2020 blog Donato Sansone’s extraordinary work of splicing, slicing, rotating olympic games footage as if to be a single shot. Repost from comfort in Jun 7, 2020 blog My friend Tamara Tomić-Vajagić once sent me this guide to not saying the wrong thing. It’s spectacularly simple: comfort in, dump out. Image: Wes confront our errors May 29, 2020 blog The real enemy of independent thinking is not any external authority, but our own inertia. We need to find ways to counteract confirmation bias –- empty May 24, 2020 blog This is a short film directed by Benoît Toulemonde that follows the musician Nils Frahm as he collects (and makes) sounds. The film is highly for nothing is fixed May 21, 2020 blog For nothing is fixed, forever and forever and forever, it is not fixed; the earth is always shifting, the light is always changing, the sea does not eighteen May 18, 2020 blog From 18 May 2002. Got you on my mind pandemic intimacy May 17, 2020 blog Hamish MacPherson and Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau remarkable collection of people’s experiences of sexual and sensual intimacy during COVID-19 one fine day May 16, 2020 blog I happened across the video on this brainpickings post. Music and words: David Byrne and Brian Eno Percussion: Mauro Refosco Choir: Brooklyn Youth too old to dream May 10, 2020 blog On 13 December 2000 I videoed a conversation with my Grandmother, Gladys Eastwood. It was one day after her 87th birthday. At one point, she sang sniff the screen May 8, 2020 blog I was just watching a video online about how to make Le Fritelle di Salvia. After Nonna Maria had picked this amazing bunch of sage I sniffed the to question your knowledge Apr 26, 2020 blog We must credit the child with enormous potential and the children must feel that trust. The teacher must give up all [their] preconceived notions in my body Apr 22, 2020 blog students in my [improvisation] classes comment on how wonderful it feels to “be in my body three times a week.” This odd expression occurs with such ige Apr 20, 2020 blog Ian Graham Ellis 20 April 1929 - 18 December 1995 Here he is playing rugby for Sydney University in 1953 consumption Apr 19, 2020 blog Our enormously productive economy demands that we make consumption our way of life, that we convert the buying and use of goods into rituals, that small acts of transformation Apr 11, 2020 blog When we cook things, we transform them. And any small acts of transformation are among the most human things we do. – Tamar Adler, An Everlasting why dance matters now Apr 10, 2020 blog Critical Path in Sydney was partnered by Delving into Dance for their Digital Interchange Festival 2019-2020. They did a call for interest in
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