What was a connective moment that made you realise you're never the same person again?
you don't always notice that ive branched
the taste of that embrace
not a self-directed perception
continuity of self
is it a path or is it more of a cycle, a cyclical change that build
when you're older curiosity is finding smarter better ways of doing something
removing your sense of self from your country
can I change my answer to peter's/norman's? 😝
"the first 20 hours"
youth is an emotional experience and adulthood is a cognitive one
network architecture of knowledge
causation and causality
undirected restlessness fuels curiosity, without the pull to change
quarantine has made us all explorers of the familiar
personal curiosity can feel like a bottomless pit sometimes
How does everyone deal with when others don't have the same level of curiosity that you do?
find the curious?
interesting, so there's an embedded curiosity
there's a certain power in being forced to build your own tools to deal through exploring what doesn't work for yourself
"curiosity for someone vs curiosity for something"
the dark sode of curiosity :0
"stay hungry, stay foolish"
have people dealt with periods where they have very low curiosity
when I'm not 'fed' at work or with friends I
@Norman you've made me realize that I associate funk music (vulfpec, Cory Wong, etc) with curiosity. Feels like listening to funk feels like a full body experience, kind of like the bodily pull of my my curiosity
listening to it feels like a full body experience, kind of like my curiosity
crazy walls tumblr
afonso cush + writer
"art as technique"
"The purpose of art is to impart the sensation of things as they are perceived and not as they are known. The technique of art is to make objects 'unfamiliar,' to make forms difficult to increase the difficulty and length of perception because the process of perception is an aesthetic end in itself and must be prolonged."
"Perception requires involvement"
"curiosity is at the root of all beautiful things"
"enjoy the moments in which you are lost"
I often unconsciously slip into observer mode
I built this... thing for my writing. It's kind of like a personal website but different. Not really sure how to describe it but it's based on curiosity trails, very little professional architectural writing there right now but it was a way to experiment with thought design and non-linear structure and experience. A Digital Garden of forking paths if you will
How do I design for curious exploration?
Should the graph weigh second degree connections more heavily?