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23 September 2006


  • more posts in India
    • symmetry; the central channel

      [Mark Mothersbaugh](http://www.mutato.com/beautifulmutants/html/gallery/mharper.html) (devo) did a beautiful art show of antique photos that he transforms by digitally making them symmetrical. Seeing a symmetrical face is very strange. His [attached article](http://www.mutato.com/beautifulmutants/statement.html) is well worth reading too. Rorsarch. A study of dancers (in Jamaica) showed that women were attracted to men who showed symmetry in their moves. [BBC](http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/4550000.stm) A recent study said that many people still don't really understand how mirrors work. A robot in Japan now has "mirror image cognition" and can ...

    • web2.0, hype and cynicism, pump and dump, craving and aversion

      One of the amazing things I experienced while being in India for 6 months was a complete lack of cynicism. They have evil and greed and stupidity, but cynicism just isn't there. People don't worry about hype cycles or being cool or reacting to (anybody's) success with an immediate pull back (waiting to see when the back lash comes). Coming back to NYC was a total shock. Friends don't make eye contact with each other. People seem to be hiding ...

    • Kashmiri Saffron

      Kashmiri saffron is darker and stronger than most kinds. I bought about a gram in Himachal Pradesh India for a dollar or two, quite cheap. So now I'm making saffron basmati rice, thinking about them sitting up there in trouble. Its bad. The world isn't responding to the earthquake in the same way as they did the Tsunami. Partly because the Tsunami happened in vacation land, and was physically very unusual and bizarre. Also because international people look down on ...

    • Crowded India Cities Face Conflict on Cows - Yahoo! News

      In New Delhi, which 13 million people share with an estimated 28,000 cows, the problems are legion: Wandering cows clog streets and cause road accidents. Herds of cows spread trash and disease as they tear open plastic garbage bags in search of food and leave trails of dung. They sometimes trample people to death. So in early May, the New Delhi high court ordered the removal of stray cattle from the city's streets.

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