Author Archives: Brent Simoneaux

Memory & Photosynth

A few months ago, I posted about ancient mnemonic practices and how they might be used to help us understand and cope with the vast amounts of information inundate our lives.  In this post, I’d like to focus on a … Continue reading

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Writing Technologies

My handwriting looks like a drunken 5-year-old’s whose arm is in a cast (the drunkenness and arm cast may or may not be related… I don’t know: I had nothing to do with it). It’s downright undignified.  And I say … Continue reading

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Memory & the Zooming Interface Paradigm

When I finally sold my old 2002 Dell laptop in 2008, my iPod had more memory.  The former was measured in megabytes, the latter in gigabytes.  No matter how clunky that old laptop was, the truly marvelous thing about it … Continue reading

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Do The Right Thing

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: athletes are some of the greatest rhetoricians among us. Imagine, for example, the relationship between the pitcher and the batter.  It’s a complicated relationship forged in a complex calculus of the … Continue reading

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