Memory is dialogic and arises not only from direct experience but from the intercourse of many minds.

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Freestylers enter a “flow” state, which researchers described as a “complete immersion in creative activity, typified by focused self-motivation, positive emotional valence and loss of self-consciousness.” Their creative gate is wide open.

“It’s the absence of attention,” said [researchers]. “When the attention system is partially offline, you can just let things fly and let things come without critiquing, monitoring or judging them.” “It’s almost like you’re able to think faster. … You’re able to incorporate multiple perspectives without thinking about it.”

Neuroscientists study freestyle rap to better understand how creativity works, with findings echoing the principles of this 1939 “technique for producing ideas” (via explore-blog)

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This talk was given by Steve Jobs on June 15th, 1983 at the International Design Conference in Aspen (IDCA). Digitized by Marcel Brown.
http://lifelibertytech.com
http://marcelbrown.com

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I Only Hear What I Want to Hear And So Do You

 Research showsthat if people learn to articulate not only their own viewpoints but also opinions that oppose their own, confirmation bias is less likely to occur. Communication campaigns, therefore, need to activate dialogue that includes all sides of the argument.

Information and awareness raising is not sufficient to change behavior. Such campaigns are likely to fall on deaf ears, or on ears that will only hear what they want to hear. If, however, a dialogue about the campaign message can be initiated, information is likely to be processed more carefully and possibly more successfully.

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We need to think about using the web for storytelling in a way that encourages long-term attention as a means for developing a relationship with people and issues that are important to us, and that does so in a way that embraces the positive dynamics of video gameplay and TV narrative without sacrificing the pleasures of the slow.

llingProctor, J 2012, “The case for the slow internet,” in media res: a media commons project, accessed from <http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/imr/2011/09/05/case-slow-internet>.
This 100 percent correlates with what I have been thinking about at the moment. It’s this word of deliberation, which I think ties so forcefully to affect.

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