Cognitive subroutines extensions

In my last post about cognitive subroutines, I extended the idea to allow for us to use other people as part of our internal routines. I was using this in the idea of team building, but this idea of leveraging elements outside of ourselves can be extended even further. While I was at the Whitney […]

Whitney Museum (March 16)

Today I got off to a slow start. My fourth day in New York, and I’d already worn myself out. So I took the morning off, reading and relaxing. I ventured out for lunch, stopping by a Korean place I’d seen the night before in the East Village. I liked it – I got the […]

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Cooper-Hewitt and Squid:Labs (March 15)

My friends at Squid:Labs are doing an installation at the Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum for an exhibition on “Extreme Textiles”. Their exhibit is called “Rope and Sound”, and it’s essentially a three-dimensional harp with three steel pillars each holding each other up with rope strung between them. The rope is Squid:Labs’ electronic rope, so the ropes […]

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MOMA and Patti LuPone (March 14)

Monday morning, I had a brief crisis, when I woke up and found that the screen on my Sidekick had failed. It turns out that a Sidekick without a screen is completely useless. I used my host’s computer to find a nearby T-mobile store, and found out that my options were to (1) get a […]