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Harvey Goldman has diagnosed himself with apophenia. The multidisciplinary artist, who has been teaching at UMass Dartmouth since 1977, is referring to a tendency to experience the comprehension of pa...
"Apophenia," a solo exhibition of works by renowned digital artist, animator, and local educator Harvey Goldman, opened Wednesday at Dedee Shattuck Gallery in Westport.
Whether glimpsing the blessed Mary in a grilled cheese or eyeing up Nebuchadnezzar in a freshly crisped bagel, we all know that Americans are constantly beset by visions of biblical figures in toasted...
Whether glimpsing the blessed Mary in a grilled cheese or eyeing up Nebuchadnezzar in a freshly crisped bagel, we all know that Americans are constantly beset by visions of biblical figures in toasted...
THERE is, towards the end of John Burnside’s extraordinary, haunting memoir, a moment that you might easily mistake for a brief flicker of contentment.
Art Therapy Inspirational Art for Seniors, Inc.: Oil painting and watercolor classes 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Workshops 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Fridays, impressionists painting, mater'...
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Harvey Goldman has diagnosed himself with apophenia. The multidisciplinary artist, who has been teaching at UMass Dartmouth since 1977, is referring to a tendency to experience the comprehension of pa...
"Apophenia," a solo exhibition of works by renowned digital artist, animator, and local educator Harvey Goldman, opened Wednesday at Dedee Shattuck Gallery in Westport.
Whether glimpsing the blessed Mary in a grilled cheese or eyeing up Nebuchadnezzar in a freshly crisped bagel, we all know that Americans are constantly beset by visions of biblical figures in toasted...
Whether glimpsing the blessed Mary in a grilled cheese or eyeing up Nebuchadnezzar in a freshly crisped bagel, we all know that Americans are constantly beset by visions of biblical figures in toasted...
THERE is, towards the end of John Burnside’s extraordinary, haunting memoir, a moment that you might easily mistake for a brief flicker of contentment.
Art Therapy Inspirational Art for Seniors, Inc.: Oil painting and watercolor classes 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Workshops 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Fridays, impressionists painting, mater'...
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Do it myself is a wonderful blog by Glenda Watson Hyatt, who has cerbal palsy, that deals with accessibility issue on the web, tech events, speeches she has made, new technologies to assist those with...
culture and communication at New York University. A version of this essay originally appeared on her blog, Apophenia. She may be contacted via danah.org/contact.html.
Apophenia, danah boyd’s blog is one of the first blogs I ever read and have been reading more-or-less continuously over the past 3-4 years (since she took a class on framing with George Lakoff and b...
In her blog, HumanAntiGravitySuit ... according to Live Science. It is a form of apophenia, which is a general term for finding patterns in random data. Pareidolia can also be applied to the sense of ...
One major section of pseudoscience is the idea of apophenia. Apophenia, the tendency to perceive meaningful connections among unrelated phenomena, is possibly one reason why society is so drawn to pse...
At 29, boyd has become the go-to woman for "adults" trying to figure out what "kids" do online all day, and one look at her blog, Apophenia, offers insight into her exhausting speaking/interview sched...
All is not golden with the Proloquo2Go app, however, as Glenda discovers when she tries to order food. Apophenia is danah boyd's blog. This blog deals with big ideas. It focuses on issues: trends, ana...
Originally posted on my personal blog. I've been simultaneously playing Final Fantasy ... It wasn't until I read this fantastic article by Tynan Sylvester on Gamasutra talking about apophenia and how ...
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