Listening to my unconscious: a riff inspired by authors R. Kurzban and J. Lehrer and V. Woolf

In the previous post I gave an example of listening to my unconscious – or what I might call my “key tracking mind app” in that particular case, if I am to draw upon Robert Kurzban’s multiple minds theory (Why Everyone [Else] is a Hypocrite). Another interesting incident of unconscious watching occurred last December. I …

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Back to Proust Was a Neuroscientist – with an intro riff to Kurzban’s Why Everyone (else) is a Hypocrite

I’m writing at a Starbucks in Encino today. Outside. Beautiful day. I love L.A.! Just came from a seminar on Neuroscience and Creativity at UCLA. I’ll have a few comments about that in a later post. I seem to be on a theme roll for a while here with those two topics. I gotta admit, …

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Have we side-tracked from the goal of everyman/woman computing?

Note: I have never done this before, but this is a shared post with my amybeachandme.com/blog as it covers information apropos of both blogs. I have edited it a bit for this blog. Studio back together – ready to start creating again! One of the down sides of working with art and technology is that …

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New book, but I am still obsessing about the brain, neuroscience and creativity

You know, Einstein didn’t “discover” all his theories through laboratory experimentation. He thought. He used his imagination (what would I see if I rode a light beam?) to conjure them. Didn’t Newton sit under an apple tree and ponder the falling fruit in order to have his gravity brainstorm? Well, truth be told, I don’t …

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