Perception

Applying SpaceX’s production process to the development of memorable experiences

Reading Time: 7 minutes I’ve been so busy lately that I haven’t had time to do a write up of our first prototype of Karl-Heinz StockHausen’s Kugealauditorium, a project I described in a previous post. Anyhow- better late than never, so here’s an update on KA2. Recap of the project For Kugelauditorium, our plan is to develop an open-source … Read more Applying SpaceX’s production process to the development of memorable experiences

Some memories hold you back. Here’s how to refresh.

Reading Time: < 1 minute We often assume we see the world just it is; but many examples suggest that we’re highly constrained by our own memories in what we experience. It’s a bit like the world is rehearsed.  By confusing your memory, however, you can counteract this tendency, and perceive the world anew. It comes down to breaking from … Read more Some memories hold you back. Here’s how to refresh.

21 things we learned from hosting our first online party

Reading Time: 10 minutes Parties are at the heart of most of what is good in human life: love, friendship, fun, escape, spiritual exploration. It’s obviously therefore of great importance that we continue partying despite any physical distancing. But how to host decent parties online? It’s not like anyone was attending online parties before the lockdown. Last week, I … Read more 21 things we learned from hosting our first online party

How to expand subjective time during the lockdown and beyond.

Reading Time: 15 minutes A three-step technique for creating space, slowing down and enhancing creativity. One of the challenges of living, working and socializing all from home during this Pandemic-induced lockdown is that the spatial structure of our days has been largely dissolved: where before we’d have a repertoire of different spaces for different activities, now everything’s happening at … Read more How to expand subjective time during the lockdown and beyond.

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Ed Cooke
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I’m Ed Cooke, a grandmaster of Memory and CEO and founder of multiple companies.

This is my blog where I gather my thoughts about perception and share my knowledge and explorations of the mind.

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