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How America Lost Its Mind - The Atlantic
"Treating real life as fantasy and vice versa, and taking preposterous ideas seriously, is not unique to Americans. But we are the global crucible and epicenter. We invented the fantasy-industrial complex."
america  psychology  history  delusions  politics 
5 weeks ago by kevan
What Witchcraft Is Facebook? - Laura Dimon - The Atlantic
"[There is] potential for a far greater or global episode, unless we quickly understand how social media is, for the first time, acting as the primary vector or agent of spread for conversion disorder."
psychology  delusions  facebook 
september 2013 by kevan
Google Maps personalization will hurt public space and engagement. - Slate Magazine
"In Google’s world, public space is just something that stands between your house and the well-reviewed restaurant that you are dying to get to. Since no one formally reviews public space or mentions it in their emails, it might as well disappear from Google’s highly personalized maps."
maps  cities  delusions 
may 2013 by kevan
Tim Harford — Article — The antisocial network?
"The control group was given no specific instructions; the treatment group was asked to post more status updates “than they usually post per week”. Some ignored the instruction – but those who did not said they felt less lonely. [...] We may simply feel satisfied with the illusion that someone is paying attention."
facebook  psychology  delusions 
may 2013 by kevan
Can We Please Stop Drawing Trees on Top of Skyscrapers? | ArchDaily
"Life for city trees is hard enough on the ground. I can’t imagine what it’s like at 500 feet, where nearly every climate variable is more extreme than at street level."
trees  architecture  delusions 
march 2013 by kevan
Marginal Revolution: Taxis and the shortest route home
"Everyone prides themselves on driving the shortest route but they rarely do. [...] If you’ve ever wondered why a seeming professional cab driver will ask you how to get to your [home or work] destination, this is why. Going your way means they’ll make more money and they won’t be accused of ripping you off."
transport  delusions 
january 2013 by kevan
Hypnotic delusion - All In The Mind - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
"When we recorded this hypnotised patient we showed the patient to a neuropsychologist who had seen two genuine brain-damaged patients and she said oh, you’ve got another brain-damaged patient. [...] I think these are genuine recreations of delusions in the laboratory."
delusions  illusions  science 
november 2012 by kevan
BBC News - Japan and blood types: Does it determine personality?
"According to popular belief in Japan, type As are sensitive perfectionists and good team players, but over-anxious. Type Os are curious and generous but stubborn. ABs are arty but mysterious and unpredictable, and type Bs are cheerful but eccentric, individualistic and selfish."
blood  japan  delusions 
november 2012 by kevan
Man dressed as Bigfoot killed trying to provoke sightings - Telegraph
"He was trying to make people think he was Sasquatch so people would call in a Sasquatch sighting. [...] Obviously, his [ghillie] suit made it difficult for people to see him."
monsters  illusions  delusions  death 
august 2012 by kevan
Twitter + location = WeKnowYourHouse | Naked Security
"WeKnowYourHouse scours Twitter for people using the word "home" in their tweets and picks up their associated geolocation, then publishes said tweet to its site along with information about where the tweeter is."
twitter  maps  secrets  delusions 
august 2012 by kevan
Nocebo by spellingmistakes on Etsy
"Danger: This warning may increase potency."
medicine  delusions 
august 2012 by kevan
Debit Card (needadebitcard) on Twitter
People cheerfully posting photos of their credit cards. "RT @cfandel20 got my debit card today! http://pic.twitter.com/wVad3nLC"
money  crime  delusions  via:tomscott 
july 2012 by kevan
Ego Depletion « You Are Not So Smart
"Right before a meal, the judges granted parole to about 20 percent of those appearing before them. The less glucose in judges’ bodies, the less willing they were to make the active choice of setting a person free and accepting the consequences."
psychology  delusions  brains  food 
april 2012 by kevan
YouTube Identifies Birdsong As Copyrighted Music
"All content owners have reviewed your video and confirmed their claims to some or all of its content: Entity: rumblefish; Content Type: Musical Composition."
birds  sound  law  delusions 
february 2012 by kevan
Correlation or Causation? - Businessweek
"Is this mountain range affecting the murder rate?"
graphs  humour  delusions 
december 2011 by kevan
How to Get Things Done - Robert Benchley, 1949
"The psychological principle is this: anyone can do any amount of work, provided it isn't the work he is supposed to be doing at that moment."
psychology  delusions  writing  via:rwhe 
august 2011 by kevan
Are you listening, Steve Jobs? « BirdAbroad
A fake Apple Store in China. "We struck up some conversation with these salespeople who, hand to God, all genuinely think they work for Apple."
shops  illusions  delusions  via:waxy 
july 2011 by kevan
Ugh fields - Less Wrong
"Pavlovian conditioning can cause humans to unconsciously flinch from even thinking about a serious personal problem they have, we call it an "Ugh Field". The Ugh Field forms a self-shadowing blind spot covering an area desperately in need of optimization, imposing huge costs."
psychology  brains  delusions 
july 2011 by kevan
Why Do We Like The Taste Of Protein? | Wired Science
"We eat calorically dense foods because we are also trying to pleasure this secondary [gastro-intestinal] pathway, which responds not to the nuances of flavor but to the brute intake of energy."
food  science  history  delusions  via:zarba 
june 2011 by kevan
Phone Losers of America - PLA Radio Episode #27 – Foursquare Stalking
"Now you can call [a restaurant someone has checked in at on Foursquare and broadcast to Twitter], ask for that person and say something crazy to them. They're almost always surprised that anyone could know that they're there. It rarely occurs to them that just minutes ago they transmitted their location to the entire world."
phones  delusions  twitter  via:tom 
march 2011 by kevan
Less Wrong: Akrasia Tactics Review
"I recently had occasion to review some of the akrasia tricks I've found on Less Wrong, and it occurred to me that there's probably quite a lot of others who've tried them as well. Perhaps it's a good idea to organize the experiences of a couple dozen procrastinating rationalists?"
time  psychology  software  delusions  hacking  via:adrianhon 
february 2010 by kevan
Bernie DeKoven, funsmith: Some walking games from Phil Smith
"The city is under occupation by intelligent microbes, Martian bodysnatchers, mind control rays - you can't tell the resisters from the wholly invaded. Do not attract attention to yourself. Choose routes where the least number of people will see you. Use alleys and back paths. Walk calmly through crowds. Show no emotions. Ignore commodities. Hide your hunger."
walking  games  delusions  zombies 
february 2010 by kevan
Iraq Swears by Bomb Detector U.S. Sees as Useless - NYTimes.com
"The device works 'on the same principle as a Ouija board' - the power of suggestion - said a retired United States Air Force officer." [...] "Still, the Iraqi government has purchased more than 1,500 of the devices, known as the ADE 651, at costs from $16,500 to $60,000 each."
delusions  magic  war  weapons  lies 
november 2009 by kevan
Time doesn’t really freeze when you’re freaked - Behavior- msnbc.com
"This watch-like device flickered numbers on its screen [that] were too fast to see. If the brain sped up when in danger, the researchers theorized numbers on the perceptual chronometers would appear slow enough to read while volunteers fell [from 150ft]. Instead, the scientists found that volunteers could not read the numbers at faster-than-normal speeds."
time  illusions  delusions  science 
october 2009 by kevan
Woman Sues Toyota Over 'Terrifying' Prank
An unclear-consent Toyota email campaign backfires. "Duick claims she had difficulty eating, sleeping and going to work during March and April of last year after she received e-mails for five days from a fictitious man [who] said he was on the run from the law, knew her and where she lived, and was coming to her home to hide from the police."
delusions  law  advertising  email  camrad  via:holly 
october 2009 by kevan
Kill or cure?
"The Daily Mail frequently brings us news of which objects have been discovered to cause cancer, and which have been shown to prevent it. In some cases, they do both. In order to make sense of this vast resource of clinical information, I've scraped the Daily Mail’s website for articles mentioning cancer."
news  pestilence  science  delusions 
july 2009 by kevan
JREF - Believing is Seeing
"How can you tell the difference between a ghost and an alien? On all those 'Ghost Hunting' shows, they are, well, hunting ghosts. If they actually find something, they automatically call it a 'ghost.' How can they know it’s not an alien?"
ghosts  aliens  television  memetics  monsters  delusions 
april 2009 by kevan
YouTube - Richard Dawkins interviews Derren Brown
Uncut hour-long version of an interview about cold-reading and connected subjects, from the Enemies of Reason documentary.
dawkins  psychology  delusions  illusions 
december 2008 by kevan
The Associated Press: To some psychiatric patients, life seems like TV
"Researchers have begun documenting what they dub the "Truman syndrome," a delusion afflicting people who are convinced that their lives are secretly playing out on a reality TV show. Scientists say the disorder underscores the influence pop culture can have on mental conditions."
delusions  television  surveillance 
november 2008 by kevan
Experiments: Do Coat Hangers Sound As Good As Monster Cables?
"After 5 tests, none could determine which was the Monster 1000 cable or the coat hanger wire. Further, when music was played through the coat hanger wire, [all] agreed that what was heard sounded excellent."
music  sound  metal  delusions  via:qwghlm 
march 2008 by kevan
The Advantages of Closing a Few Doors - New York Times
"They wasted so many clicks rushing back to reopen doors that their earnings dropped 15 percent. Even when the penalties for switching grew stiffer [...] the students kept losing money by frantically keeping all their doors open."
psychology  delusions  future  via:buster 
february 2008 by kevan
Elephants on Acid - Alex Boese
A solid amount of research on strange but serious science, with a good amount of debunking in there. It uses a painful typeface, and there's a bland dusting of magazine-writing at the start and end of each section, but the source material's all good.
booklog  science  delusions  technology  brains  drugs  elephants 
february 2008 by kevan
Gaslight (1944)
A great study of subtle psychological manipulation, undermining reality through isolation, tiny matter-of-fact lies and sleights of hand. A lot of the villain's reactions are clumsily over-the-top, but it's vivid enough to seep into a wider worldview.
filmlog  4stars  delusions  secrets  crime  love  psychology  light 
december 2007 by kevan
Cambridgeshire Constabulary - News Items
"A compilation of 'non' 999 calls is being made available for the public to listen to in an effort to curb the number of nuisance calls the police receive."
phones  police  delusions  via:tim 
december 2007 by kevan
Hangover Square - Patrick Hamilton
The blindness of unrequited love and of psychopathic dissociative identity disorder, slouching sadly and heavily around the gin-soaked streets of pre-war Earls Court.
booklog  london  psychology  delusions  drinks  theatre  brighton 
november 2007 by kevan
GeekList: Games ruined by BGG | BoardGameGeek
"Here's a list of games I used to adore, but now don't enjoy any longer. I can now see all their shortcomings and blemishes. It's like when a cat first discovers the thrill of live prey; suddenly her old toys no longer hold the same fascination."
games  design  delusions 
november 2007 by kevan
The Ipcress File (1965)
Decently underfunded and matter-of-fact sixties espionage, desk jobs in drab government offices against a mundanely historical London backdrop. But Caine's character is utterly charmless and unconvincing, and it's a dull ending for its genre.
filmlog  2stars  surveillance  politics  science  secrets  delusions 
october 2007 by kevan
The Long Kiss Goodnight (1996)
Fast-paced coincidence-driven amnesiac-assassin action nonsense. Fun for running straight through a lot of tropes and cliches, and dropping them completely before they can get boring, as if they'd just forgotten about them.
filmlog  2stars  memory  terrorism  secrets  delusions 
october 2007 by kevan
Bad Science » Acupuncture and back pain: some interesting background references
"But even more interestingly, the pretend acupuncture group, where they just bunged needles in any old place with a bit of ceremony, did just as well as the people having proper, posh, theatrical, genuine acupuncture."
medicine  delusions 
september 2007 by kevan
BBC NEWS | HGVs told to ignore sat-nav guide
"The area was reportedly peaceful until the popularity of satellite navigation devices - which list the lane as a link road - increased. The signs, put up last November, read: 'No wide vehicles. Do not follow sat nav. Very narrow lane.'"
transport  signs  gps  delusions 
august 2007 by kevan
Barely Legal: American Absinthe Passes the Taste Test
"Breaux has been working with a French distillery, faithfully reproducing a number of classic absinthes based on chemical scans of the contents of vintage bottles. The scans [contradict] the traditional theory that thujone is absinthe's magic ingredient."
drinks  delusions  science  via:zarba 
july 2007 by kevan
The Daedalus Project: Superstitions
"Given that MMOs are a kind of Skinner Box that offer some random rewards (e.g., rare drops), it's not surprising that superstitious behaviors emerge in MMOs as well."
games  psychology  mmorpgs  delusions 
may 2007 by kevan
Mobile Phone Virus Scare Jumps from Pakistan to Afghanistan
"The rumours claimed that 'as soon as you answer your phone blood comes out of your mouth, nose and ears and you die'. [...] Government authorities are blaming local Taliban for spreading the scare story."
phones  pestilence  delusions  death  viruses 
may 2007 by kevan
Bots on The Ground - washingtonpost.com
Anthropomorphising war robots. "He always got the job done. [...] One time, he actually did break down in a mission, and we sent another robot in and it got blown to pieces. It's like he shut down because he knew something bad would happen."
robots  war  psychology  delusions  technology  future  via:collision 
may 2007 by kevan
BPS: Is the benefit of exercise a placebo effect?
"[Hotel cleaners] who had been reminded how much exercise they engage in at work, showed health improvements in terms of weight, body mass index, body-fat, waist-to-hip ratio and blood pressure. The control cleaners showed no such improvements."
psychology  medicine  sport  delusions  via:badscience 
april 2007 by kevan
Twelve Monkeys (1996)
Tighter rules of time travel than I remembered, and the wandering-zoo-animal apocalypse trope is always a good one. A few nice touches of the world ending gradually. Didn't remember the ending being so concretely unambiguous.
filmlog  4stars  time  delusions  pestilence  monkeys  terrorism  prison 
march 2007 by kevan
Good Bye Lenin! (2002)
The value and cost of selfish, idealised delusions; the timeline and scenery of the film feeling a bit like one itself. Great snapshots of a society in quiet, half-mourned collapse, a lot of good dereliction, and the premise never overplays itself.
filmlog  4stars  germany  delusions  illusions  secrets  politics  television  history 
february 2007 by kevan
Out of the Ordinary: True Tales of Everyday Craziness - Jon Ronson
Good opening chapters; looks like a collection of longer and genuinely investigative articles into weirdness, rather than just a collection of his endearing but repetitive blog-entry Guardian Weekend columns.
booklog  ronson  society  delusions  via:lori 
january 2007 by kevan
Mind Games - washingtonpost.com
"[They] frequently refer to themselves as TIs, which is short for Targeted Individuals, and talk about V2K -- the official military abbreviation stands for 'voice to skull' and denotes weapons that beam voices or sounds into the head."
technology  brains  surveillance  politics  radio  delusions  via:mindhacks 
january 2007 by kevan
The Singing Detective (2003)
Jumped a bit too quickly and unevenly between its stories, and Downey just came across as shoutily, shallowly annoyed rather than genuinely bitter. Made me want to have watched the whole of the original, but not to actually watch it.
filmlog  2stars  crime  mysteries  skin  death  love  medicine  delusions  writing  via:catriona 
january 2007 by kevan
idiolect.org.uk/notes: Beat the winter blues the Velten way
"The Velten Mood induction procedure consists of reading a series of statements which start neutral and get progressively more positive. [It's analogous] to watching a play - you know it is a fiction, [yet] are still emotionally involved in the story."
psychology  language  depression  delusions 
december 2006 by kevan
What's your poison? | The Guardian | Guardian Unlimited
"The idea that gin makes you unhappy probably comes from its nickname 'mother's ruin' - the idea that it makes women depressed, which is a cultural idea. But fundamentally, alcohol is alcohol whichever way you slice it."
drinks  science  society  delusions  psychology 
december 2006 by kevan
Number9dream - David Mitchell
A mix of Murakami staples and Japanese cliches, but brought together with attention-deficit enthusiasm, the narrator veering off into memory and daydream and fiction, Mitchell playing with random styles as skillfully as he did in Cloud Atlas.
booklog  japan  dreams  memory  delusions  cities  crime  secrets 
december 2006 by kevan
Pan's Labyrinth (2006)
Imaginatively detailed and beautifully shot, in stone and trees and rain. But it's two separate films, one gory Spanish civil war drama, one boilerplate chosen-child fantasy; the symbolic stitching has its moments, but neither is that enjoyable a genre.
filmlog  3stars  monsters  children  war  secrets  delusions 
november 2006 by kevan
Freakonomics Blog » Mickey Mouse is the answer
"I was told that you do not become 'a' Mickey Mouse because there is only one Mickey Mouse. When I asked how one Mickey Mouse manages to be both at [multiple DisneyWorlds], they simply repeated their assertion that there was only one Mickey Mouse."
illusions  delusions  children  rodents  religion 
november 2006 by kevan
ScienceDaily: Children Show Strong Preference For Lucky Individuals
"Young children express stronger liking for the beneficiaries of good luck compared to the victims of bad lack and generalize this preference to those who share membership in a group."
children  psychology  society  delusions  random  via:mindhacks 
november 2006 by kevan
ACM Queue - Silicon Superstitions
"Computer systems exhibit all the behaviors best suited to create superstitious responses. You will try something, it won't work, so you try it again - the exact same way - and this time it works, or not. That's random reinforcement."
computers  delusions  programming  psychology  technology  via:jones 
october 2006 by kevan
Fooled by Randomness - Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Common confusions of luck and skill, and taking the wider probabilistic-multiverse view. Sluggishly rambling and poorly edited, though; dull personal opinions and untidy brackets.
booklog  coincidences  money  business  illusions  delusions  society 
september 2006 by kevan
The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare - G.K. Chesterton
Barrelling metaphysical identity thriller, each chase and character being spun out expertly, despite the inevitability of everything.
booklog  secrets  police  illusions  delusions 
september 2006 by kevan
Network (1976)
Exploitative television and trivialised news coverage, although I'm too ignorant of American TV history to know exactly how ad absurdum it was meant to be, from here. The detached plotlines drag the film a bit, but it's great satire otherwise.
filmlog  4stars  news  television  delusions 
august 2006 by kevan
My Favorite Brunette (1947)
Another accidentally-public-domain film, from a job lot of fifty mostly unwatchable ones. Bob Hope in a thin detective parody, with a few good scenes. Surprisingly little fourth-wall breaking, except for the brilliantly absurd ending.
filmlog  2stars  mysteries  crime  police  photos  secrets  delusions  comedy 
august 2006 by kevan
The Museum of Unworkable Devices
Archive of perpetual motion machines, with exercises left for the reader. "Not only are many inventors innocent of fundamental physics and engineering principles, they seem unaware of the long history of failed attempts at perpetual motion."
physics  technology  delusions  history  science  via:mcios 
august 2006 by kevan
Guardian Unlimited | Family | Jon Ronson: The chosen ones
A group who diagnose ADHD as symptoms of a Wyndhamesque psychic colonisation. "She said it sounded very much like Oliver was in fact a highly evolved Indigo child - a divine being with enormously heightened spiritual wisdom and psychic powers."
children  medicine  brains  delusions  ronson 
august 2006 by kevan
Modern Mechanix » Machines that Pick Your Pocket - AND MAKE YOU LIKE IT!
"Probably less than one person in 10,000 really knows anything about how slot machines work, how they are designed mechanically to extract money from the public's spacious pocket: and fewer than ten in a million really care."
money  delusions  technology  coincidences 
july 2006 by kevan
Psychiatric Times - People Who Hoard Animals
"Collectors exist in almost every community, large or small, rural or urban. They are in a state of denial that prevents them from seeing the filth or understanding their animals are sick, dying or dead."
psychology  delusions  cats  dogs  rodents  via:mindhacks 
july 2006 by kevan
Guardian Unlimited Film | The counterfeit Kubrick
Observer article on Alan Conway from 1999. "If Kubrick did not want to exist in public, then somebody had to invent him."
films  lies  delusions  money 
june 2006 by kevan
Colour Me Kubrick (2005)
Extravagant biopic of Alan Conway, exploring how far and loudly you can take the faking of an eccentric recluse, although the all-pervading campness gets a bit wearying. Flabbergasting appearance by Jim Davidson as an effete light entertainment star.
filmlog  4stars  films  lies  money  delusions 
june 2006 by kevan
The Life and Opinions of Andrew Rilstone: Notes from a parallel universe - Ten things I learned by reading the Daily Express
"But the three terms are three more ideological code-words. 'Bobby' is nostalgic and affectionate: it doesn't mean 'policeman', but 'good, old-fashioned police-man on a bike who knows the names of local people'."
news  lies  delusions  psychology  politics  via:lmg 
june 2006 by kevan
The Observer | Focus | The last throw of the dice
"'They basically said people were angry with [Blair] because they love him so much, and are angry because they think he might go,' reports one aide, who goes on to describe the analysis as 'verging on the deranged'."
politics  delusions  lunacy  via:qwghlm 
may 2006 by kevan
List of people widely considered eccentric - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"For the purposes of this article, an eccentric is someone whose behaviour, beliefs and/or hobbies deviate in a significant way from the accepted norms of their society, but otherwise can function largely as normal in society."
society  history  delusions 
april 2006 by kevan
Donald Crowhurst - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"He encountered difficulty [and] secretly abandoned the race while reporting false positions, in an attempt to win without actually circling the world. Evidence found after his disappearance indicates that this attempt ended in insanity and suicide."
cheating  lies  sport  death  delusions  water 
march 2006 by kevan
Rashomon (1950)
An intense cast, sharp and modern-feeling shots, a fantastically derelict gate, and a bit too much mad laughter. Less about biased perspective than I was expecting, and more about intentional deception, but the self-deluding reasons are the same.
filmlog  4stars  crime  death  delusions  lies  memory 
march 2006 by kevan
Million Dollar Experiment
"The goal of this experiment is to attempt to use the power of intention to manifest $1 million for each person who chooses to participate." Generating money through screensaver reminders and sheer force of will.
money  delusions  lunacy  via:erik 
march 2006 by kevan
Capote (2005)
Increasingly chilling selfishness as Capote becomes an active part of the story he's researching, with only a few shreds of emotional self-delusion. Brilliant portrayal, and the voice stays at the precise tipping point of over-annoying whininess.
filmlog  4stars  writing  death  love  crime  lies  delusions  history 
february 2006 by kevan
How to Build a Universe That Doesn't Fall Apart Two Days Later
Essay from Philip K Dick, towards the end. "Parmenides taught that the only things that are real are things which never change. [...] Heraclitus taught that everything changes. If you superimpose their two views, you get this result: Nothing is real."
books  writing  coincidences  delusions  illusions  drugs  time 
december 2005 by kevan
Grizzly Man (2005)
Story of Timothy Treadwell, an environmentalist eaten by bears a couple of years ago. Herzog pieces together an unnerving portrait of reckless, self-assured naivete, cut together from hundreds of hours of camcorder footage.
filmlog  4stars  mammals  death  delusions 
december 2005 by kevan
On the Effectiveness of Aluminium Foil Helmets: An Empirical Study
"The helmets amplify frequency bands that coincide with those allocated to the US government. [...] It requires no stretch of the imagination to conclude that the current helmet craze is likely to have been propagated by the Government."
radio  technology  delusions  metal  clothes  via:mindhacks 
november 2005 by kevan
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (1975)
Edits are a bit too clear having just read the book, and the removal of the subjective, unreliable narrator is quite a huge loss, but it's much better paced than the original. Astonishing supporting cast, as well.
filmlog  4stars  prison  brains  delusions  medicine 
october 2005 by kevan
Harpers.org - For Whom the Ring Tones
"The following responses were [...] given to a survey conducted in Lagos last year by the Daily Times of Nigeria that asked people whether they believed rumors that answering cell-phone (GSM) calls from certain 'killer numbers' causes bleeding and death."
phones  death  delusions 
october 2005 by kevan
Yahoo! News: Aries man sues over negative horoscope
"A Frenchman born under the sign of Aries who sued a newspaper for giving him an unfavorable horoscope was told he was wasting the court's time and ordered to pay 350 euros (425 dollars) in legal fees." Typical Aries.
law  delusions  future  via:zarba 
september 2005 by kevan
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