I got your fun factor right here.
“You painted a naked woman because you enjoyed looking at her, put a mirror in her hand and you called the painting “Vanity,” thus morally condemning the woman whose nakedness you had depicted for you own pleasure.”
“The spectator-buyer is meant to envy herself as she will become if she buys the product. She is meant to imagine herself transformed by the product into an object of envy for others, an envy which will then justify her loving herself.”
― John Berger, Ways of Seeing
https://www.fastcodesign.com/90134144/disneys-next-movie-it-could-be-watching-you This seems like such a deeply flawed premise. Emotions don't happen on the human face any more than computation happens on a screen. ML experts feel free to yell at me though!
"Whereas IQ is – crudely speaking – a measure of the mental horsepower we have for handling abstract content, some researchers say that “critical thinking” – the ability to make judgments dispassionately without jumping to false conclusions – is a separate ability."
More/different attention is given to actual, graspable objects than to images of those objects.
Affordances draw attention? Perceived physicality encourages attention?
"[Jack Dorsey, co-founder of Twitter]’s certainly done his fair share of aiding and abetting the current toxic environment the world finds itself in."
No “far transfer” – chess, memory training and music just make you better at chess, memory training and music
How many passwords will be reset today?
What video game subtitling could do better in 2018
The credits sequences for today’s big-budget games go on for a long while.
Bloodborne together with its DLC is selling at a discount on PSN, for what it’s worth.
If only I had the income I have now when I was 14...
Never fly Air Transat.
Has it been years since I last finished reading a novel?!