“The Future of Design Is Emotional”
by Daniel Eckler (Medium)
In 1950, the American psychologist Harry Harlow conducted an experiment that separated infant monkeys from their mothers just a few hours after birth. Each monkey was isolated in a cage and given two dummy mothers. One mother was constructed of metal wire and held a milk bottle; another was covered in synthetic fur and designed to resemble a real monkey, but it provided no sustenance.
“The Artistry of Stephen Curry”
by Scott Cacciola (NY Times)
Taras Domitro was not a basketball fan when he joined the San Francisco Ballet as a principal dancer in 2008.
“But I became one,” he said.
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