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Monthly Archives: July 2019
A recent article in the Boston Globe Magazine, 15 Things to Love and 11 Things to Loathe about Boston, labels the newest glassy section of the city “soulless” something people “loathe,” calling Boston’s Seaport District a “bland cityscape, a tract of … Continue reading
“How neurotic have we become as a society by living in places that are largely incoherent to our primordial wiring? How difficult is it for us to exist, as humans, in places that kind of undermine everything our body is … Continue reading
Eye-tracking Boston City Hall is fascinating and instructive not only because it shows us how ‘avoidant‘ the building is – how the brain directs the eyes not to look at the building in the first 3-to-5 seconds, before ‘conscious’ thinking can come … Continue reading
Humans are pattern recognition experts. And looking at Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa (c. 1503) below, listed as the world’s most viewed painting, is a good way to see the pattern we’re most cut out to see. It’s the face, … Continue reading