The Marginalian
The Marginalian

Reads tagged with “psychology”

More Than Form: Design for Disability
More Than Form: Design for Disability

What a microwavable monkey has to do with the MoMA and open social conversation.

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Emotional Cartography: Technologies of the Self
Emotional Cartography: Technologies of the Self

What hacking has to do with art, technology and being human.

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Pure Process: Picking the Creative Brain
Pure Process: Picking the Creative Brain

What coffee, ironing and crying newborns have to do with the birth of an idea.

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How Happiness Happens
How Happiness Happens

What a 102-year-old Spanish man has to do with motion typography and the secret of happiness.

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Friday FYI: Hate Mornings Less
Friday FYI: Hate Mornings Less

Why orchids are better than coffee.

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Ordering The Chaos: The Internet Mapping Project
Ordering The Chaos: The Internet Mapping Project

Dissecting the interwebs, or what digital toddlers have to do with infinite loops.

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Heart of a City: BioMapping
Heart of a City: BioMapping

Why skin is the new heart and how your neighbors can change the way your feel about your street.

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Film Spotlight: Paper Heart
Film Spotlight: Paper Heart

Decheesing love, or how Michael Cera went from cameo to Romeo in a never-signed-up-for-it way.

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Artist Spotlight: Alice Wang
Artist Spotlight: Alice Wang

What Isaac Asimov has to do with your body image and why your friends would rather you got 8 hours of sleep.

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Friday FYI: Auditory Freedom
Friday FYI: Auditory Freedom

We’re starting a new thing: every Friday, you get a quick everyday good-to-know. So go ahead, know.

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