Our names and identities are deeply intertwined. But is there more to our names? Continue reading Whats In A Name?*
We humans are a superstitious bunch. We believe that we can influence an outcome of a situation if we perform a specific action, even if the two are not connected in any rational way. Examples Bjorn Borg’s beard was about more than just looking cool. The Swedish tennis legend would always grow his beard before the Wimbledon fortnight. As a secondary superstition, he also wore … Continue reading Superstition
Trinities are compelling for us humans. Innumerable examples have existed across religions, cultures, and ages. Some perspectives and theories on why this is so… Continue reading On Trinities (shorter version)
Trinities are compelling for us humans. Innumerable examples have existed across religion, cultures, and ages. Some perspectives and theories on why this is so…(longer version, a few more contextual references) Continue reading On Trinities (longer version)
Levels of empathy across societies have reduced in the past few decades. One example is music for philanthropy. In 1985, Live Aid was the biggest of benefit concerts ever. – but we see fewer and fewer of them nowadays. Is our society suffering from compassion fatigue? Continue reading Are We The World, Today?
Dualism is implicit in the way we humans perceive the world around us. Why? Continue reading On Dualism
Immersive entertainment has always been about fooling our many senses to take us away from reality. Virtual reality is the latest in long line of devices to do this. And there’s more coming… Continue reading Virtual Reality and the continuing quest for immersive entertainment