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Dee’s Notes 5 (1)

2020-03-02T07:45:40-05:00

Each character as seen through Dee’s eyes as well as links to their own eyes. Don’t say anything about a character that you wouldn’t say in front of them   Ken It all emerges from Curation Curation and the Synthetic Function Object Relations and Association Non graphic mind map Combine Witnessing and Consciousness for Jill

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Pirandello and Kelly 0 (0)

2020-07-29T09:44:14-04:00

Kingsboro Misc '! - - This course in modern theories of psychotherapy has had as one of its main focuses various conceptions of therapeutic change.  In this paper I hope to shed some light on the meaning of change and the forces that oppose it by contrasting the insights of a psychologist, George Kelly, with

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This Atlas of Art and Memory 0 (0)

2020-06-17T12:14:49-04:00

With nearly 1,000 images, Aby Warburg’s radical form of visual study is also an artwork itself. Now you can see it online.   www.nytimes.com/2020/05/14/arts/design/aby-warburg-memory-atlas.html

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The Future of Cut and Paste 4 (1)

2020-06-17T12:22:18-04:00

An amazing new augmented reality demo shows how the future of cut, copy and paste might work. Created by Cyril Diagne, a 34-year-old artist, designer and programmer currently in residence at the Google Arts & Culture Lab in Paris, the demo shows images of objects being dragged from the real world and dropped into Photoshop on a Mac. That’s an AR application that any designer could get on board with!

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The Dunning–Kruger effect  0 (0)

2020-06-10T05:53:02-04:00

In the field of psychology, the Dunning–Kruger effect is a cognitive bias in which people with low ability at a task overestimate their ability. It is related to the cognitive bias of illusory superiority and comes from the inability of people to recognize their lack of ability. Without the self-awareness of metacognition, people cannot objectively evaluate their competence or incompetence.[1] As described by social

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