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1828faf4502d08e78c55a396475167165e00ce07 — rekkabell 1 year, 1 month ago 29eed0f master
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@@ 294,24 294,24 @@ HEAD Go slow, pay attention to details.
		Things unexpected, always of interest, often wonderful.
	At sea sea birds rest when no wind
		Conserving energy
		On long ocean passage, we learned to do the same
	Become hyper-aware of space around us
		On a long ocean passage, we learned to do the same
	Became hyper-aware of space around us
		Clouds speak in shapes
			cumulonimbus with an anvil top cloud means bad weather is coming
			Cirrocumulus clouds...'mare's tails' indicate an approaching warm front
		Color of the sky, the direction of wind, and the temperature
			All give clear signs,
			When read correctly, possible to know what's coming
	Only when spending enough time in a place, an ecosystem,
	Only when spending enough time in a place, in an ecosystem,
		can we understand how things interact
		everything plays together constantly
	We can all benefit from greater attention to place
		everything plays together
	We can all benefit from a greater attention to place
		Only possible if stay somewhere long enough to take in details
		Last summer spent a whole month at anchor
		in a bay on the north of Cortes Island
			5km walk through forest to nearest town
			Other sailors did not understand why we did that
			Stayig long, got to know every detail in the bay
			Staying long, got to know every detail in the bay
				learn where best to anchor
				know where salmonberries are
		It never stopped being interesting


@@ 336,7 336,7 @@ HEAD Telling a story.
			but so that others care too
	Our conscious minds can only handle so much information per second.
		So our brains sometimes take cognitive shortcuts
			leading to unconscious or implicit bias, stereotyping.
			leading to unconscious or implicit bias
			which affects how we perceive and act toward other people.
	By providing context
		Making it easier for others to view us as human beings


@@ 365,7 365,7 @@ HEAD Human scale
			learned to make websites by viewing the source of my favorite websites
			Then I stopped...
			because websites got more complex, more difficult to decipher
			Felt it wasn't something I couldn't do anymore
			Felt it wasn't something I could do anymore
			Thought that this is what websites had to be like
			Which is silly, made me lose confidence
			Did start to do web again


@@ 389,7 389,7 @@ HEAD Human scale
		Music is produced digitally, but is improvisional.
		It's a more tactile way of performing with a laptop in font of an audience
		where performers show their screens,
		to show of changing the code affects the music in real time.
		to show how changing the code affects the music in real time.
	In the livecoding scene everyone is encouraged to write their own environments
		There's big value in customizations.
		In making things playful.