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Leonard Bernstein Introduces Glenn Gould

2018-05-03T03:59:53+00:00 April 30th, 2018|Categories: Ken, Uncategorized|

Something highly unusual happened during the New York Philharmonic's concert of April 6, 1962. After the intermission, just before starting the second half with the First Piano Concerto of Johannes Brahms featuring Glenn Gould, conductor Leonard Bernstein stepped onto the podium and said a few words to prepare the audience for what would come next:

New research reveals the long-term toll of keeping secrets

2017-09-13T02:45:26+00:00 September 13th, 2017|Categories: Ken, UpLoadedMe|

It is mind-wandering about our secrets that most seems to take a toll, rather than the job of concealing themBy Alex Fradera Secrets burden minds. To understand how, researchers have previously focused on the act of concealment during one-off social interactions, showing that keeping a secret is draining and can increase anxiety. But what about the

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Your memories from being a kid are your core brain structure memories ( these should never core, and should always be updating)

2017-09-12T18:51:17+00:00 September 12th, 2017|Categories: Ken, UpLoadedMe|

( i forget who i am talking to here, some famous scientist, shrondinger?) He knows so little of the brain that he is actually confused with how cats work by virtue of their anatomy and current brain structure when memory files are taken into presenting only so many variables in accordance with lymbic system developed

Study: Being sociable makes you tired — even if you’re extraverted

2017-09-12T07:53:35+00:00 September 12th, 2017|Categories: Ken, UpLoadedMe|

New psychology research suggests that extraverted behavior can make you both happy and tired. The study, published in the Journal of Personality, found that being talkative and sociable predicted later fatigue — regardless of your personality. Study author Sointu Leikas of the University of Helsinki told PsyPost she was interested in the topic for two

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How to regulate Artificial Intelligence

2017-09-12T03:00:20+00:00 September 12th, 2017|Categories: Ken, UpLoadedMe|

As a postscript to MindBlog's Aug. 23 post on Artificial Intelligence (AI), I pass on chunks from Oren Etzioni's more recent piece on how to artificial intelligence might be regulated in an effort to respond to apocolytic fears being voiced by Elon Musk, Stephen Hawking, and others. While caution is in order, he doesn't think

Infrequently asked questions: The Monologic Imagination

2017-09-12T02:31:57+00:00 September 12th, 2017|Categories: Ken, UpLoadedMe|

In the online age, a tried and true method of conveying a lot of information succinctly is the “Frequently Asked Questions” portion of a webpage. In the spirit of honesty and forthrightness, we’re naming our contribution to this blog “Infrequently Asked Questions.”. The topic we are focusing on is monologism, the practice of presenting one’s

Supercharge Your Benefits with Contrast Storytelling

2017-09-11T08:00:00+00:00 September 11th, 2017|Categories: Ken, UpLoadedMe|

Your copy has to convey the benefits of buying, period. But have you thought about how to best frame those benefits? The Framing Effect is a psychological response in which people react to a particular choice in different ways depending on how it’s presented. For example, we tend to want to avoid pain more than

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