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On the subtle interactions and design of trompe-l’Å“il visual motifs and public policy

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Steve Jobs was right about a lot of things. His aesthetic sense, his commitment to making computers and software less painful for users, and his marketing powress have obviously been successful–even if not altogether satisfying given the trade-offs they entail Read more ›

Bateson’s Double Bind, Constraints on Human-Environment Intrxnz, and Ener-geetsâ„¢

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After writing yesterday’s post on psychology and climate change, I stumbled upon this article from the journal Ecological Economics entitled, “The art of the cognitive war to save the planet”. The article details the proposition that our adaptive capacity–to respond Read more ›