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El niño, perplejo ante lo corriente, se desenvuelve sin esfuerzo entre lo extraño, hasta que la desnudez lo asusta, lo confunde, y busca un poco de protección, de orden. Vislumbra, capta; componiendo de retal en retal una colcha de ...more
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“Yet his experiments led him to a contradictory conclusion. Programming did not teach people how to think—he realized he knew too many narrow-minded programmers for that to be so, now that he considered the question in depth. The truth was the converse: Every individual’s ingrained way of thinking affected how he or she programmed.”
Michael A. Hiltzik, Dealers of Lightning: Xerox PARC and the Dawn of the Computer Age

Chris   Bailey
“Compounding this is the fact that the brain’s prefrontal cortex—the large part of the forebrain that lets us plan, think logically, and get work done—has a built-in “novelty bias.” Whenever we switch between tasks, it rewards us with dopamine—that amazing pleasure chemical that rushes through our brain whenever we devour a medium-sized pizza, accomplish something awesome, or have a drink or two after work.”
Chris Bailey, Hyperfocus: The New Science of Attention, Productivity, and Creativity

Patti Smith
“El taxi llega tan rápido que no me da tiempo a elegir qué libros llevarme. La perspectiva de embarcar en un avión sin un libro me produce una oleada de pánico. El libro adecuado puede ser una especie de maestro, que marca el tono o incluso altera el curso de un viaje.”
Patti Smith, Devoción

Chris   Bailey
“how important it is to choose what you consume and pay attention to: just as you are what you eat, when it comes to the information you consume, you are what you choose to focus on. Consuming valuable material in general makes scatterfocus sessions even more productive.”
Chris Bailey, Hyperfocus: The New Science of Attention, Productivity, and Creativity

“Taylor believed that the unique success of the 914 copier had inculcated Xerox management with the doctrine that good things derived only from hardware. He was determined to show them that this idea was obsolete. As PARC envisioned the office of the future, a single piece of equipment could be made to serve multiple uses simply by changes in its software.”
Michael A. Hiltzik, Dealers of Lightning: Xerox PARC and the Dawn of the Computer Age

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