Tag Archives: Immersion

Deep Reading, Deep Writing

Neuroscientists have discovered that reading web pages, as opposed to a book, is changing the way our brains are wired.  We’re losing the ability to do what is called “deep reading”. I came across this very interesting article, on my … Continue reading

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Release

Remember when record releases were an event?  You anticipated them and waited with bated breath for them.  When the record was finally released, like a breath of fresh air, it came beautifully packaged, with a twelve inch square work of … Continue reading

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Concentration and Distraction

There are so many distractions, today, that distraction seems to be the default state for most human interactions.  We never focus or concentrate like we used to.  Instead, there are phones, televisions, social networks, instant messengers and emails constantly interrupting … Continue reading

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Immersed in the Flow Zone

One of my favourite feelings, when I am painting, playing music, soldering electronic components, debugging software or writing a piece, is that feeling of being completely self-contained and apart from the rest of the world.  I love that feeling of … Continue reading

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