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29.05.2019 19:04
Che We get used to things because our brain finds consistency boring and adjusts to filter it out.

Mind Hacks by Tom Stafford
09.04.2019 18:39
Che So far visual processing has been mostly linear. There are feedback (the LGN gets information from elsewhere on the cortex, for example) and crossovers, but mostly the coarse and fine visual pathways have been processed separately and there's been a reasonably steady progression from the eye to the primary visual cortex.

From V3, visual information is sent to dozens of areas all over the cortex. These modules send information to one another and draw from and feed other areas. It stops being a production line and turns into a big construction site, with many areas extracting and associating different features, all simultaneously.

Mind Hacks by Tom Stafford
28.03.2019 19:04
Che My mother was upset at the thought of my 'acting bad people', because she thought this would corrupt me. (In fact, except in school plays, she hardly ever saw me act.) I wonder if such corruption ever occurs? The question is worth asking. To some extent one has to 'identify' with villains in order to portray them, but there are limits to this identification partly because wickedness is so specialized. (Every actor has a level at which he cannot portray character. He may operate above it or below it.) And we are masked figures; ideally the masks barely touch us. (Such is my view, with which some fools will differ.) I recall a story of an old actor asked to portray an old man, who said with dismay, 'But I've never played an old man!' That was professionalism.

The Sea, the Sea by Iris Murdoch

Книга очень неспешно разворачивается, слой за тонким слоем, соврешенно не понятно, о чем она будет. Может быть о чем угодно.
14.03.2019 00:25
Che Every leaf has been sponged by rain and now they're displaying a mosaic of greens - half-yellow lime, bottleglass and emerald, peacock tail and pigeon feather. I marvel at such variety.

The Stone Angel by Margaret Laurence
14.08.2018 00:25
JIuca “I meant," said Ipslore bitterly, "what is there in this world that truly makes living worthwhile?"
Death thought about it.
CATS, he said eventually. CATS ARE NICE.”

Terry Pratchett, Sourcery
11.08.2018 09:32
24.07.2017 19:41
Che In my opinion, Don Quixote was conducting an experiment. He wanted to test the gullibility of his fellow men. Would it be possible, he wondered, to stand up before the world and with the utmost conviction spew out lies and nonsense? To say that windmills were knights, that a barber's basin was a helmet, that puppets were real people? Would it be possible to persuade others to agree with what he said, even though they did not believe him? In other words, to what extent would people tolerate blasphemies if they gave them amusement? The answer is obvious, isn't it? To any extent. For the proof is that we still read the book. It remains highly amusing to us. And that's finally all anyone wants out of a book - to be amused.

City of Glass. Paul Auster.
24.07.2017 19:34
Che The bright May morning lurked in the air, but Quinn fought it off. He turned the chair around, positioning himself with his back to the window, and opened the book.

City of Glass. Paul Auster
20.04.2017 19:09
Che "The cat sat on a mat" is not a story. "The cat sat on the dog's mat" is a story.
John le Carre

Из книги Show Your Work by Austin Kleon
10.01.2017 17:57
Che Из сериала "Seinfeld"

Y'know I think that even if you've had a relationship with someone, or let's say, *especially* if you've had a relationship with someone
and you try to become friends afterwards, it's very difficult.
Isn't this? It's hard. Because, you know each other so well, you
know all of each others tricks. It's like two magicians, trying to
entertain each other.
The one goes, "Look, a rabbit."
The other goes, "So? ... I believe this is your card."
"Look, why don't we just saw each other in half and call it a night?
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