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Always Go To The Funeral : NPR
"Most days, my real battle is doing good versus doing nothing."
deirdre_sullivan  writing  essay  npr.org  npr  funeral  death  family  emotion  memory  duty  2005  2000s 
7 weeks ago by cluebucket
5-10-15-20 | Pitchfork
might as well go through these. Jarvis C brought me here
*to_read  music  list  memory  musician  interview  song  growing_up  archive  pitchfork.com  writer 
april 2018 by cluebucket
Déjà vu
OMG that thing where in a dream you see heretofore-unseen places/things is called "déjà rêvé" HOLY CRAP FINALLY I KNOW IT

~somethin' like a phenom-enon~
wiki  wikipedia  definition  french  prediction  psychic  psychology  memory  cognition  dream  phenomenon 
october 2017 by cluebucket
Waging peace is much more than ending war | Aeon Essays
"Peace lacks this analysable ‘thing-ness’: it seems like a non-event, a null set. Characterisations of peace and peaceful societies — from the Eden of the Bible to the ‘radiant future’ of Lenin — look dull and flat, or else gauzy and kitsch. As a child, I would leaf through the Children’s Illustrated Bible in the dentist’s waiting room. Religious peace looks like the beatific expressions of light-skinned people gazing heavenwards in the Eden of those illustrations. Perhaps a lamb sits there, too, legs folded, under a tree. Peace is bland and blonde, fundamentally lacking the dark ring of truth."
aeon.co  essay  peace  war  margaret_paxson  violence  crime  activism  action  anthropology  memory  religion  karl_marx  thought  writing  philosophy  france  refugee  immigration  humanity  2012  2010s 
may 2017 by cluebucket
MAY AND FUSAKO SHIGENOBU... (film) : ERIC BAUDELAIRE
really wanted to see this...
my mom was mistaken for Shigenobu Fusako and Nagata Hiroko at various border crossings ha

"Anabasis? The name given, since Xenophon, to wandering, circuitous homeward journeys."
baudelaire.net  eric_baudelaire  masao_adachi  fusako_shigenobu  may_shigenobu  film  video  2011  2010s  red_army  1970s  japanese  filmmaker  lebanon  palestine  super8  memory  french  revolution  1974  beirut  japan  archive  terror  重信房子  重信メイ  足立正生 
may 2017 by cluebucket
The deviousness of dementia | Dasha Kiper | Society | The Guardian
"I was angry at him for the perpetual stress, the perverse logic, the incapacity to understand who I was and what I was doing for him. But mostly I was angry at myself for being cruel. As I sat sulking and reprimanding myself, he returned to the kitchen. He wanted a snack, but finding me on the floor, he stopped and broke into his wide, sweet smile. Then he noticed my tearful face and was dumbfounded and genuinely moved.

"'Are you alright?' he asked. 'Who should I punish for upsetting you?'"
dasha_kiper  dementia  guardian  society  mental_health  aging  elderly  2015  2010s  memory  2010  holocaust  nyc  bronx  poland  russia  consciousness  shock  confusion  sundowners  caregiver  emotion  psychology  cognition 
january 2017 by cluebucket
Twitter @fbi @parabasis
RT : Maybe you should've gone with "sorry about that time we tried to blackmail MLK Jr into killing himself."
twitter.com  fbi  tweet  takedown  martin_luther_king_jr  memory  blackmail  government  america  terror  rights  citizen  2017  2010s  holiday  parabasis  from twitter
january 2017 by cluebucket
Cognitive bias cheat sheet
useful + also there's big azz infographic w/ tiny text
"
1. We don’t see everything. Some of the information we filter out is actually useful and important.
2. Our search for meaning can conjure illusions. We sometimes imagine details that were filled in by our assumptions, and construct meaning and stories that aren’t really there.
3. Quick decisions can be seriously flawed. Some of the quick reactions and decisions we jump to are unfair, self-serving, and counter-productive.
4. Our memory reinforces errors. Some of the stuff we remember for later just makes all of the above systems more biased, and more damaging to our thought processes.
"
guide  betterhumans.coach.me  buster_benson  list  category  reference  cognition  bias  knowledge  information  mistake  problem  truth  psychology  logic  imagination  memory  infographic 
october 2016 by cluebucket
How Morality Changes in a Foreign Language - Scientific American
yarp!

"Their participants’ skin responses revealed heightened arousal for taboo words compared to neutral ones, especially when these were spoken in their native Turkish. But the strongest difference between languages was evident with reprimands: the volunteers responded very mildly to the English phrases, but had powerful reactions to the Turkish ones, with some reporting that they “heard” these reprimands in the voices of close relatives."
julie_sedivy  scientificamerican.com  morality  ethics  change  language  psychology  albert_costa  janet_geipel  catherine_harris  experiment  memory  emotion  cognition  2016  2010s 
september 2016 by cluebucket
The Towner | A magazine about cities
Buckle of the Bible Belt
Surrounded by Billboards and Battling Satan in South Georgia
mark_leidner  lauren_tamaki  writing  town  georgia  america  thetowner.com  2016  2010s  high_school  mascot  devil  alcohol  memory  culture  bill_clinton  ad  reading  1990s  fast_food 
july 2016 by cluebucket
The Weight Of James Arthur Baldwin
"One didn’t need to worship him, or desire to emulate him, to know this and respect him for it. And yet, for me, there had always been something slightly off-putting about him — the strangely accented, ponderous way he spoke in the interviews I watched; the lofty, “theatrical” way in which he appeared in “Good Citizens,” an essay by Joan Didion, as the bored, above-it-all figure that white people revered because he could stay collected. What I resented about Baldwin wasn’t even his fault."
james_baldwin  rachel_kaadzi_ghansah  writer  france  buzzfeed.com  black  america  death  1950s  2016  2010s  race  influence  magazine  internship  immigration  los_angeles  survival  house  legacy  memory  the_fire_this_time  essay 
march 2016 by cluebucket
Sasha and Zamani - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Sasha are spirits known by someone still alive, while Zamani are spirits not known by anyone currently alive. Sasha are concerned with, and are expressed as, the present time, the recent past, and the near future; while Zamani is the limitless past."

"Sasha time can extend into the future for about six months or, at the most, one year. Zamani time overlaps sasha time to some extent in the present, but it also goes back very far into the past time."
time  spirit  ghost  past  memory  sasha  sasa  zamani  wiki  wikipedia  society  belief  life  africa  swahili  john_mbiti  james_loewen  death  ancestry  ontology  philosophy  dimension  future  thought  idea  perception 
february 2016 by cluebucket
Remembering Will Spong
"... '"Who the hell are we?" and "What’s it all about?" ... [I]f you’re not asking those questions, if you’re just here to learn how to put the vestments on right, go home. Don’t come here for that. The world is too important.'”
texasmonthly.com  texas  john_spong  will_spong  father  writing  rememberance  memory  priest  episcopal  church  belief  activism  teacher  teaching  religion  baseball  accident  death  grief  wisdom  north_carolina  son  family  love  bible  1960s  1970s  1980s  1990s  2000s  2015  2010s  piano  alfie  chaplain  pain  hospital 
november 2015 by cluebucket
The Bouletcorp » Our Toyota was Fantastic.
lots of memories like this due to father who always insisted on starting trips at 3am
boulet  bouletcorp.com  webcomic  gif  comic  animation  car  childhood  nostalgia  2013  2010s  toyota  trip  memory 
october 2015 by cluebucket
www.mainichi.me/
(っ•̀ω•́)っ✎⁾⁾ Learn Japanese each time you open a new tab
mainichi.me  mainichi  japanese  learn  日本語  vocabulary  tab  chrome  browser  internet  computer  flashcard  memory  study  単語  語彙  漢字  kanji  tool  from twitter_favs
january 2015 by cluebucket
Fatal Distraction: Forgetting a Child in the Backseat of a Car Is a Horrifying Mistake. Is It a Crime? - The Washington Post
"under some circumstances, the most sophisticated part of our thought-processing center can be held hostage to a competing memory system, a primitive portion of the brain that is -- by a design as old as the dinosaur's -- inattentive, pigheaded, nonanalytical, stupid."
gene_weingarten  2009  2000s  1990s  washingtonpost  washington_post_magazine  virginia  miles_harrison  crime  accident  baby  hyperthermia  heat  death  infant  car  lyn_balfour  mary_parks  america  parenting  mistake  andrew_culpepper  child  ray_morrogh  earle_mobley  adoption  carol_harrison  r._terence_nay  trial  tragedy  mark_warschauer  david_diamond  memory  driving  brain  autopilot  james_reason  swiss_cheese_model  grief  guilt  anger 
june 2014 by cluebucket
Cover Story: All Together Now : The New Yorker
"Steve Jobs, along with whatever else we’re crediting to him, should be granted the patent on converting the universal human gesture for trying to remember something from looking above one’s head to fumbling in one’s pants pocket.
...
"Sometimes, I’ve noticed with horror that the memories I have of things like my daughter’s birthday parties or the trips we’ve taken together are actually memories of the photographs I took, not of the events themselves, and together, the two somehow become ever more worn and overwrought, like lines gone over too many times in a drawing. The more we give over of ourselves to these devices, the less of our own minds it appears we exercise, and worse, perhaps even concomitantly, the more we coddle and covet the devices themselves. The gestures necessary to operate our new touch-sensitive generation of technology are disturbingly similar to caresses."
chris_ware  writing  newyorker  cover  image  art  magazine  technology  smartphone  steve_jobs  2014  2010s  memory  photo  mary_zimmerman  jungle_book  children  newtown  2013 
january 2014 by cluebucket
Amy Poehler: “Take Your Licks” : The New Yorker
"If the style of the restaurant was old-fashioned, the parenting that went on there was distinctly modern. Moms and dads would patiently recite every item on the menu to their squirming five-year-olds, as if the many flavors of ice cream represented all the unique ways they were loved."
amy_poehler  newyorker  writing  memory  summer  job  work  ice_cream  performance  teenage  life  2013  2010s 
october 2013 by cluebucket
Suicide and the Economy - Elizabeth MacBride - The Atlantic
"My family had not only refused to speak of Roy, they rewrote the story of his death. Within hours, they closed ranks. A second cousin, a local policeman, told the newspaper Roy was subject to fainting spells. His mother said he died of a heart attack in a parking garage; according to another family story, he’d fallen in front of a train. Eventually, the lie became the truth. I flipped through the journals his mother wrote in 1950s. She mentioned Roy once, when a passerby reminded her of him. Then she went back later and whited out his name."
suicide  theatlantic  depression  economy  1920s  1930s  america  family  2013  2010s  death  memory  mental_health  crisis  psychology  employment  failure  life  library  news  roy_humphrey  nyc  new_jersey  elizabeth_macbride  stigma  society  survival  denial  guilt  shame  emotion 
september 2013 by cluebucket
The Benefits of Bilingualism - NYTimes.com
"The key difference between bilinguals and monolinguals may be more basic: a heightened ability to monitor the environment."
well... chyeah
yudhijit_bhattacharjee  nytimes  bilingual  language  linguistics  cognition  brain  task  memory  alzheimer's  science  agnes_kovacs  study  switch  inhibition  expression  multilingualism  dementia  ellen_bialystok  michelle_martin-rhee  interference  2000s  tamar_gollan  2012 
march 2012 by cluebucket
patapatarirenikki: OSAKA ZINE FAIR 2
「鼻の付け根辺りがじんとしました。」
filled with *o* for rei, rie, anna, friends!
pataparire  rei_ishiguro  rie_kimura  friends  me  osakazinefair  photo  float  memory  patapatarirenikki  diary  blog  2011  2010s  japanese  21st_century 
march 2012 by cluebucket

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