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  1. Enabling Creativity ~ Forrest Landry – Radical Brilliance **

    What conditions enable our highest creative states? What’s the role of skill in creativity? Is the creative impulse emotional or intellectual? Please enjoy this provocative conversation about the what, where, and how of ideas with brilliant mind, Forrest Landry.

    4:00 — Conditions that enable creativity

    21:06 — Creativity to what end?

    35:21

    https://radicalbrilliance.com/creativity-landry/

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  2. Earth Runners on The Barefoot Movement Podcast | Earth Runners Sandals - Reconnecting Feet with Nature

    BFM 24: Earth Runner Sandals with founder Mike Dally The Earth Runners founder, Mike Dally, joined the Barefoot Podiatrist for a podcast to share the story of Earth Runners. In this episode, you’ll learn what inspired Mike to merge barefoot footwear and natural grounding techniques to create Earth Runners minimalist ea

    https://www.earthrunners.com/blogs/news/earth-runners-on-the-barefoot-movement-podcast

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  3. Naturalising Sense-making w/ Dave Snowden: Series Finale. October 1st, 2020

    This is a part of The Stoa’s "Sensemaker in Residence" series.

    Naturalising Sense-making w/ Dave Snowden

    September 3rd September 10th September 24th October 1st

    "Naturalising" in this context references the tradition of rooting philosophy in the natural sciences. In this series, each week Dave will look at "naturalising sense-making" from different scientific perspectives to develop an overall theory. Dave defines sense-making as "How do we make sense of the world so we can act in it”. Peter Jones of OCAD University in Toronto defined five schools of sensemaking in a 2015 article in Epic (see below). Snowden will explore aspects of this framing in terms of how do we gain a sufficiency of understanding to take action and will more specifically look at:

    -Issues relating to epistemic justice in collective sensemaking -The abductive turn in ethnographic research; looking for weak signals in dispositional systems -Beyond crude manipulation of much behaviour economics to an elaborated vector theory of change -Can we reverse Ashby’s Law? Dealing with asymmetric threat and opportunity through human sensor networks -Making meaning problematic

    Why are the YouTube comments disabled? Answer: https://thestoa.substack.com/p/stoic-punk-or-why-you-should-st

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  4. Naturalising Sense-making: The Apex Predator w/ Dave Snowden. September 24, 2020

    This is a part of The Stoa’s "Sensemaker in Residence" series.

    Naturalising Sense-making w/ Dave Snowden

    September 3rd September 10th September 24th October 1st

    "Naturalising" in this context references the tradition of rooting philosophy in the natural sciences. In this series, each week Dave will look at "naturalising sense-making" from different scientific perspectives to develop an overall theory. Dave defines sense-making as "How do we make sense of the world so we can act in it”. Peter Jones of OCAD University in Toronto defined five schools of sensemaking in a 2015 article in Epic (see below). Snowden will explore aspects of this framing in terms of how do we gain a sufficiency of understanding to take action and will more specifically look at:

    -Issues relating to epistemic justice in collective sensemaking -The abductive turn in ethnographic research; looking for weak signals in dispositional systems -Beyond crude manipulation of much behaviour economics to an elaborated vector theory of change -Can we reverse Ashby’s Law? Dealing with asymmetric threat and opportunity through human sensor networks -Making meaning problematic

    Why are the YouTube comments disabled? Answer: https://thestoa.substack.com/p/stoic-punk-or-why-you-should-stop

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  5. Naturalising Sense-making: Cynefin Framework w/ Dave Snowden. September 10th, 2020

    This is a part of The Stoa’s "Sensemaker in Residence" series.

    Naturalising Sense-making w/ Dave Snowden

    September 3rd September 10th September 24th October 1st

    "Naturalising" in this context references the tradition of rooting philosophy in the natural sciences. In this series, each week Dave will look at "naturalising sense-making" from different scientific perspectives to develop an overall theory. Dave defines sense-making as "How do we make sense of the world so we can act in it”. Peter Jones of OCAD University in Toronto defined five schools of sensemaking in a 2015 article in Epic (see below). Snowden will explore aspects of this framing in terms of how do we gain a sufficiency of understanding to take action and will more specifically look at:

    -Issues relating to epistemic justice in collective sensemaking -The abductive turn in ethnographic research; looking for weak signals in dispositional systems -Beyond crude manipulation of much behaviour economics to an elaborated vector theory of change -Can we reverse Ashby’s Law? Dealing with asymmetric threat and opportunity through human sensor networks -Making meaning problematic

    Support The Stoa @ www.patreon.ca/the_stoa To keep up-to-date on what is happening at The Stoa: https://thesto

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  6. Naturalising Sense-making w/ Dave Snowden. September 3rd, 2020

    This is a part of The Stoa’s "Sensemaker in Residence" series.

    Naturalising Sense-making w/ Dave Snowden

    September 3rd September 10th September 24th October 1st

    "Naturalising" in this context references the tradition of rooting philosophy in the natural sciences. In this series, each week Dave will look at "naturalising sense-making" from different scientific perspectives to develop an overall theory. Dave defines sense-making as "How do we make sense of the world so we can act in it”. Peter Jones of OCAD University in Toronto defined five schools of sensemaking in a 2015 article in Epic (see below). Snowden will explore aspects of this framing in terms of how do we gain a sufficiency of understanding to take action and will more specifically look at:

    -Issues relating to epistemic justice in collective sensemaking -The abductive turn in ethnographic research; looking for weak signals in dispositional systems -Beyond crude manipulation of much behaviour economics to an elaborated vector theory of change -Can we reverse Ashby’s Law? Dealing with asymmetric threat and opportunity through human sensor networks -Making meaning problematic

    Support The Stoa @ https://www.patreon.com/the_stoa To keep up-to-date on what is happening at The Stoa: http…

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  7. #803: Cultivating Architectural Design Intuition with VR & Hacking the Boundaries of Perception | Voices of VR Podcast

    Andreea Ion Cojocaru is one of the few architects who is designing both virtual experiences as well as real buildings with Numena VR. I first met her in Germany during VR Now in November where I talked to her about her award-winning experiments in immersive architecture, and I had a chance to catch up with her at the end of the day of the Symposium of the Architecture for the Immersive Internet.

    I talk with Cojocaru about her impressions of her experience of debating with the faculty of the Architectural Association about the merits of immersive technologies to explore spatial design, and some of the hesitations around what’s missing in virtual representations of architectural objects. She emphasizes the need for architects to produce more examples of immersive architecture in order to explore the deeper dynamics of the fundamental principles of spatial design, and the phenomenological primitives that are consistent between the virtual and the real. We also talk about some of the sociological biases of the practice of architecture, and how immersive technologies can elucidate and start to shift certain cultural practices around architectural representations.

    Finally, the last half of this epic conversation focuses on some of the perceptual hacks that Cojocaru has been experimenting with as a sort of adrenaline junkie form of stretching the boundaries of her sensory perception.

    She talks about what it’s like to put virtual cameras on her feet as well as adding additional virtual cameras that allows her to see an object from multiple perspectives at the same time as she moves her body through space. She’s looking for other people who are also interested exploring the boundaries of virtual world perception, and so you can reach out to her via social media for more information about her various explorations.

    LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE OF THE VOICES OF VR PODCASThttps://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/d1icj85yqthyoq.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Voices-of-VR-803-Andreea-Cojocaru.mp3

    This is a listener-supported podcast through the Voices of VR Patreon.

    Music: Fatality

    https://voicesofvr.com/803-cultivating-architectural-design-intuition-with-vr-hacking-the-boundaries-of-perception/

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  8. #772: Psychedelic Renaissance: Experiential Journalist Rak Razam on Shamanic Culture | Voices of VR Podcast

    I recently attended Consciousness Hacking’s Awakened Futures Summit that explored the cross-section of psychedelics, technology, and meditation. I ended up conducting 10 interviews totaling over 6 hours of conversations with neuroscientists, technologists, musicians, meditation practitioners, and pioneering explorers from the psychedelic underground. I’m starting my coverage from the Awakened Futures Summit with experiential journalist Rak Razam who has been covering the psychedelic renaissance & shamanic revival in a series of books and movies since 2006. We talk about the intersection between psychedelics, technology, and contemplative practices, as well as his practice of “experiential journalism” that he coined in 2006.

    LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE OF THE VOICES OF VR PODCASThttps://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/d1icj85yqthyoq.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Voices-of-VR-772-Rak-Razam.mp3

    This is a listener-supported podcast through the Voices of VR Patreon.

    Music: Fatality

    https://voicesofvr.com/772-psychedelic-renaissance-experiential-journalist-rak-razam-on-shamanic-culture/

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