Private Notes (or at least that was my original intention)
- Music of the Spheres: Loop, Sequence and Sample
- Appropriation: Lessing, Shields and Derivative
- Vaihinger ,Damasio and Grazinano
- Rocheach, Spence, and Schafer
- Identity: Pirandello, Kosinski and George Kelly
- Rachel Dolezal, Catyn? Jenner and Jerzy Kosinkl
- Socrates and Plato
- Third Mind, Ear and Eye
The Truth About the Spinning Dancer – NYTimes.com
Virtual Reality and the Pioneers of Cyberspace — Backchannel — Medium
NYTimes: The Fundamental Way That Universities Are an Illusionhttp://www.nytimes.com/2015/07/24/upshot/the-fundamental-way-that-universities-are-an-illusion.html?smprod=nytcore-iphone&smid=nytcore-iphone-share
NYTimes: The Case for Teaching Ignorance
It’s Possible For You To Read To The ‘End’ Of Wikipedia
You can finally experience the feeling of finishing a good website.
Todd Van Luling Entertainment Staff Writer, The Huffington Post
How many years have you been reading Wikipedia without ever reaching the end? Did you even realize there was a “last” page?
Although the page was created in 2009 by prolific Wikipedia contributor Jeff G, “the end of Wikipedia” has remained basically a secret “Easter egg” on the site. This isn’t by choice: the page encourages visitors to “speak it loud that you read to the end of Wikipedia.”
Somehow, up until now, the visitors have been soft talkers, apparently.
This page finally started going viral when Reddit user sunny_days19 made the discovery and posted a link. Commenters particularly honed in on Wikipedia’s disclaimer at the top of the page that warns the following article is “considered humorous.”
The Huffington Post reached out to the Wikipedia page’s creator, seeking more insight into how the joke came about, but did not receive a response at the time of