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Mass Movement with MassMotion

Isaac Asimov When I was young I loved reading Science Fiction.  Of all the fantastic characters I encountered, one totally captured my imagination, thanks to Isaac Asimov.  And that was Hari Seldon, the inventor of PsychoHistory.  Through his genius and … Continue reading

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Pay Attention

  Paying attention?  Not doing it could get you in big trouble: with your teachers, your spouse, your boss, your pals. Paying attention is a high quality activity. It’s one of those unspoken American values that is expected of any … Continue reading

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Of Poets, Musicians and a Home for Both

Now I know the world has really changed.  It’s certified and on the Web: The Library of Congress is webcasting.  A lecture and presention series on Music and the Brain.  Webcasts on the first Spiderman drawings, early animations, National Book Festival … Continue reading

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Music and the Brain

Now I know the world has really changed.  It’s attested and certified: The Library of Congress is webcasting.  A lecture and presention series on Music and the Brain.  Webcasts on the first Spiderman drawings, early animations, National Book Festival author readings, … Continue reading

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