Posts Tagged ‘books’
“How does time perspective shape our lives?” is the question…
In The Time Paradox, Drs. Zimbardo and Boyd draw on thirty years of pioneering research to reveal, for the first time, how your individual time perspective shapes your life and is shaped by the world around you. Further, they demonstrate that your and every other individual’s time zones interact to create national cultures, economics, and personal destinies.
I’m bored so I’m running through the latest RCRDLBL free downloads. Here’s what I’m adding:
And speaking of music – today I was at the bookstore and came across This Is Your Brain on Music: The Science of a Human Obsession by Daniel Levitin. Levitin, a musician turned neuroscientist, reveals the science behind our preferences for music, among other topics such as:
- Is there a cutoff point for acquiring new tastes in music?
- What do PET scans and MRIs reveal about the brain’s response to music?
- Is musical pleasure different from other kinds of pleasure?
This is yet another book I’m adding to my ‘must read’ list!
I’m not a designer but I like looking at design stuff. The Minneapolis design firm Capsule has produced Design Matters/Logos 01, aimed to show the logo-making (right terminology? doubt it) step-by-step. This includes strategy and research for you plannerly types (ahem, see photo). (see Cool Hunting and Amazon.com)