Posts Tagged: time

I got in a fight with Time last week. And he won.

Via @brainpicker I got in a fight with Time last week. It was actually the remnant of a recurring fight we’ve been having recently, perhaps since 2010. No, it’s not the usual, “stop rushing me” thing. Time will wait for

I got in a fight with Time last week. And he won.

Via @brainpicker I got in a fight with Time last week. It was actually the remnant of a recurring fight we’ve been having recently, perhaps since 2010. No, it’s not the usual, “stop rushing me” thing. Time will wait for

Interlude: a mild theory on time

When hearing new ideas, I sometimes find the intellectual process of getting there almost as interesting as the idea itself.  If you’re not amused by such post-modern, self-aware musings, please skip the following interlude. As an alternative, might I suggest

Interlude: a mild theory on time

When hearing new ideas, I sometimes find the intellectual process of getting there almost as interesting as the idea itself.  If you’re not amused by such post-modern, self-aware musings, please skip the following interlude. As an alternative, might I suggest

Accountability in the Data-driven, Geo-located, Real-time, Uber-Connected Age

Heading downtown in a zooming cab last night, with arms fastened to the side handle and eyes widened as the cab driver nearly pummeled nearby bicyclist and baby, the topic of speed became increasingly palpable. The speed of the NY

Accountability in the Data-driven, Geo-located, Real-time, Uber-Connected Age

Heading downtown in a zooming cab last night, with arms fastened to the side handle and eyes widened as the cab driver nearly pummeled nearby bicyclist and baby, the topic of speed became increasingly palpable. The speed of the NY

Convoluted Logic

I’ve always assumed humans know nothing about time. Unfortunately, I can’t seem to get myself to act accordingly.   Our egocentric world-view encourages us to believe  that time ages along a biological pathway, with birth and death constantly exchanging places in

Convoluted Logic

I’ve always assumed humans know nothing about time. Unfortunately, I can’t seem to get myself to act accordingly.   Our egocentric world-view encourages us to believe  that time ages along a biological pathway, with birth and death constantly exchanging places in