Always sounds a bit pointless to me, when I say I love walking--most of us walk. But a lot of times people just walk for function, missing the pleasure in it. I love reading essays, etc. on walking too. This article had a mention of an "audio-walk" by Janet Cardiff, which I feel I need to try now. https://daily.jstor.org/the-art-of-walking
The worst thing is when you pull back the peel of a banana to reveal a waterlogged, bloated face. Actually if the whole bunch is that way and you recognize some of the faces, it's worse. If not the worst, it's high on my list.
I can’t resist news about the Voynich Manuscript - https://goo.gl/PKCL4X A computer science researcher at the University of Alberta has tried a new approach using AI to help decipher the manuscript. It seems the manuscript may be using Hebrew plus various techniques to complicate a simple translation.
Techniques & rigour in thinking as well as a more interconnected approach toward understanding humanity remains necessary in high-tech. Nice read https://goo.gl/Ai5Gg3 I like this sentiment from the article "We should be careful not to let interdisciplinary jockeying make us cling to what we know best."
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