When Cesar Kuriyama started selecting one second of video to represent each day, it changed his life. Now he’s building an app he hopes will change yours.
“A high level of noise may cause a great deal of distraction, causing individuals to process information to a lesser extent and therefore to exhibit lower creativity. A moderate (vs. low) level of noise, however, is expected to distract people without significantly affecting the extent of processing. Further, we reason that such a moderate distraction, which induces processing difficulty, enhances creativity by prompting abstract thinking.”
“people are much more productive and healthy when they can connect their values with their work.”
What If You Died At 38 But No One Found You For 3 Years? An absorbing new companion website to a documentary about Joyce Vincent asks uncomfortable questions about life, death, and loneliness.