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Reads tagged with “psychology”

Ordering The Chaos: The Internet Mapping Project
Ordering The Chaos: The Internet Mapping Project

Dissecting the interwebs, or what digital toddlers have to do with infinite loops.

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Heart of a City: BioMapping
Heart of a City: BioMapping

Why skin is the new heart and how your neighbors can change the way your feel about your street.

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Film Spotlight: Paper Heart
Film Spotlight: Paper Heart

Decheesing love, or how Michael Cera went from cameo to Romeo in a never-signed-up-for-it way.

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Artist Spotlight: Alice Wang
Artist Spotlight: Alice Wang

What Isaac Asimov has to do with your body image and why your friends would rather you got 8 hours of sleep.

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Friday FYI: Auditory Freedom
Friday FYI: Auditory Freedom

We’re starting a new thing: every Friday, you get a quick everyday good-to-know. So go ahead, know.

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Emotional Cartography: Technologies of the Self
Emotional Cartography: Technologies of the Self

What hacking has to do with art, technology and being human.

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Pure Process: Picking the Creative Brain
Pure Process: Picking the Creative Brain

What coffee, ironing and crying newborns have to do with the birth of an idea.

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How Happiness Happens
How Happiness Happens

What a 102-year-old Spanish man has to do with motion typography and the secret of happiness.

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Friday FYI: Hate Mornings Less
Friday FYI: Hate Mornings Less

Why orchids are better than coffee.

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Living Design
Living Design

Ornithology is the new Adobe, happy misers, Satan, Art Deco geeks, Kenneth Cole, what Whitney Houston and monsters have in common besides Bobby Brown, how the sun can save Africa, and why inflation is a good thing.

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