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"The Color Of Sight": A Cinematic Poem Short Film By Matt Kleiner (2015)

“The Color Of Sight”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film Featuring Excerpts from Jonah Lehrer’s “Proust Was A Neuroscientist” Directed By Matt Kleiner.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Matt Kleiner… 36 more words

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20. Causality, Feedback and Relations

This is an important episode in the story of graphical linear algebra. We return to our intuitions, the ones we started with all the way back in… 2,246 more words


The Squiggly Problem: On Integrity

Last week, I was working on a story about Shel Silverstein when I came across a lovely phrase by New Yorker writer Ruth Margalit, describing Silverstein’s… 766 more words


How To Train The Brain To Make Better Decisions

How To Train The Brain To Make Better Decisions

I have just finished reading an excellent book “How We Decide” by Jonah Lehrer

The book explains the neuroscience of decision making and how our two brains; the logical and emotional brain, compete and work together when making chooses. 1,151 more words


The Week in Ethics: The Way Forward from Public Shaming

Students in a middle school painted words important to them on rocks placed under a tree. “Patience,” “courage,” “strength,” and “peace” were scattered under the limbs. 713 more words

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Book Review: So You've Been Publicly Shamed

non-fiction written by Jon Ronson

A timely subject given the unmediated power of social media, a survey of some of the ways the shame monster breathes its foul breath upon our lives. 578 more words


Assignment 4: Languages of Light

We are asked to revisit one of the exercises on daylight, artificial light or studio light from Part Four (4.2, 4.3 or 4.4) and prepare it for formal assignment submission: We must c… 2,039 more words