art, religion, dreams and the nature of reality

01:58:10,800 –> 02:00:16,449 the gap between the finite and comprehensible and the infinite and incomprehensible A… it’s like we live in the finite and comprehensible but we’re surrounded by the infinite and incomprehensible and there has to be a border between those of something like a mediating border that’s poetry and art that’s narrative that’sContinue reading “art, religion, dreams and the nature of reality”

Searching for Sugar Man Official Trailer (2012) – Documentary

This is an astonishing movie about an enigmatic and remarkable individual. I challenge you to find it and watch it without tearing up. Sony Pictures Classics presents ‘Searching for Sugar Man’. A film a following the story of two South African fans who set out to find out what really happened to their hero, Rodriguez,Continue reading “Searching for Sugar Man Official Trailer (2012) – Documentary”

A neuroscience researcher reveals 4 rituals that will make you a happier person – Business Insider

UCLA neuroscience researcher Alex Korb explains: Everything is interconnected. Gratitude improves sleep. Sleep reduces pain. Reduced pain improves your mood. Improved mood reduces anxiety, which improves focus and planning. Focus and planning help with decision making. Decision making further reduces anxiety and improves enjoyment. Enjoyment gives you more to be grateful for, which keeps that loop ofContinue reading “A neuroscience researcher reveals 4 rituals that will make you a happier person – Business Insider”

Answers for Society’s Most Uncomfortable Questions

5 Helpful Answers To Society’s Most Uncomfortable Questions | Cracked.com. [parts saved here for posterity] You’re not a person. This is going to sound like some real Rust Cohle shit, but bear with me because deep down you already know all of this. For instance, you already know that you are, to a certain degree, a productContinue reading “Answers for Society’s Most Uncomfortable Questions”

A convoluted plethora of barely connected cloud silos

Recently on Facebook JP was lamenting the confused state of managing our data in the cloud when multiple identities and platforms are involved. JP Rangaswami New Windsor, United Kingdom · iCloud is terrible. Going back to Microsoft is unthinkable. Having lived through trying to use personal and corporate gmail accounts in parallel, Google is ruled outContinue reading “A convoluted plethora of barely connected cloud silos”

In search of the Ubiquitous Mouthstick

Mick (email on request) sent me this very pertinent email the other day about the un-ubiquitous nature of mouthsticks. Lads is it just me or do we all use any given mouth-stick for a broad variety of tasks? I ask because I find that many of the solutions offered for a specific issue -in thisContinue reading “In search of the Ubiquitous Mouthstick”