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(a commonplace book belonging to Jeevs Sinclair)
Jul 22
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Spending a certain amount of time alone, the study suggests, can make us less closed off from others and more capable of empathy — in other words, better social animals.
Jul 21
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Teenagers, especially, whose personalities have not yet fully formed, have been shown to benefit from time spent apart from others, in part because it allows for a kind of introspection — and freedom from self-consciousness — that strengthens their sense of identity.
Jul 20
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People tend to engage quite automatically with thinking about the minds of other people,” Burum said in an interview. “We’re multitasking when we’re with other people in a way that we’re not when we just have an experience by ourselves.
Jul 19
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sharing an experience with someone is inherently distracting, because it compels us to expend energy on imagining what the other person is going through and how they’re reacting to it.
Jul 18
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sharing an experience with someone is inherently distracting, because it compels us to expend energy on imagining what the other person is going through and how they’re reacting to it.
Jul 17
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psychology’s conventional approach to solitude — an “almost exclusive emphasis on loneliness” — represented an artificially narrow view of what being alone was all about.
Jul 13
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psychology’s conventional approach to solitude — an “almost exclusive emphasis on loneliness” — represents an artificially narrow view of what being alone is all about.
Jul 11
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Jul 04
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How to shoot fireworks, Davey Johnson

(Source: daveyjphoto.com)

Jul 03
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Jun 12
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Tinypass — Made in NYC from Tinypass on Vimeo.

Tinypass lets publishers monetize and manage access to their digital content. We’re a humble team of refugees from design, advertising, banking and technology — located here in NYC.

Take a look at some fantastic publishers around the Five Boroughs whose businesses we’ve helped power.

May 21
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Made by Hand / No 5 The Bike Maker from Made by Hand on Vimeo.

A project from bureauofcommongoods.com, Made by Hand is a new short film series celebrating the people who make things by hand—sustainably, locally, and with a love for their craft.

Our fifth film turns to bike maker Ezra Caldwell (Fast Boy Cycles), who was diagnosed with cancer in 2008. When the cancer threatens to shatter his love of bikes, Ezra survives by documenting his illness as thoroughly as his craft.

director-producer KEEF
editor MATT SHAPIRO
director of photography ADAM MCDAID
assistant camera JOSH LAWSON
additional camera ELIAS RESSEGATTI
music NATHAN ROSENBERG
music produced at THE DOG HOUSE NYC
sound recordist ROBERT ALBRECHT
re-recording mixer NICHOLAS MONTGOMERY
colorist JAIME O’BRADOVICH at COMPANY 3
title design MANDY BROWN
line producer JOHN SEABRIGHT

special thanks
EZRA & HILLARY CALDWELL (AND PUTNEY)
FAST BOY CYCLES
TEACHING CANCER TO CRY
CREW CUTS
KATHERINE ANDREWS at COMPANY 3

thisismadebyhand.com
bureauofcommongoods.com
fastboycycles.com
teachingcancertocry.com
keef.tv
crewcuts.com
company3.com
doghousenyc.com

May 18
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Internet machine (trailer) from Timo on Vimeo.

A multi-screen film about the invisible infrastructures of the internet.

More here:
elasticspace.com/2014/05/internet-machine