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10 Questions with Rob Little

by Ryan Meehan

Rob Little’s outlook on life can be summed-up in two words:  Pure Optimism. At a young age, he developed and nurtured an upbeat philosophy about life.   2,646 more words


Marker Attached to Measuring tape

So what has Rob been up to since the last project? Taking inspiration from Roman Signer, I created a challenges for myself, to create works so basic and entertaining that everyone can get involved in. 124 more words

Robert Reynolds

How to have the most FUN Mercury Retrograde ever!

“What? You’re kidding? What’s so fun about the iPhone in the toilet and a mad mess of missed appointments?” Well, yes, we can fall prey to Mercury’s mischief during the messenger’s retrograde romps if we insist on galloping forward toward the culturally created goals of efficiency and accomplishment – the “get it done, cross it off the list” mindset that’s the daily M.O. 448 more words

Cosmic Wave Surf Report

A day of exam revision

Procrastination is not an alien concept to students. It is also not the sole domain of those with ADHD. I think if you are not procrastinating, you can’t be a real student. 1,299 more words


Hilary Hurd Anyaso (Northwestern University)| Creative genius driven by distraction

The literary great Marcel Proust wore ear-stoppers because he was unable to filter out irrelevant noise — and lined his bedroom with cork to attenuate sound.

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Emergent Cognition

Temptation Island

I face temptation. Temptation not be be alone. Temptation to love someone, and temptation to be loved.

The temptation to be “normal”, even though I do not “fit in”. 151 more words

The other sensation... Again...

Holidays. New places. New people. New stresses. More anxiety. More worry. Less control. There are good times, yes. The sun has shone. The children are happy (mostly!) and laughing a lot, and I know we are creating wonderful memories for them. 179 more words