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El Amor No Es Suficiente

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His architecture was an architecture of exclusion . To avoid the passage of buses through certain areas, the bridges were designed to be low.

Parks. Tunnels. Imagine everything designed with the same lens. Imagine the number of people who missed out on library visits, strolls on beaches, and the possibilities of a better life. Imagine the number of sepia postcards that were never sent.

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A man deciding the fate of millions. That fact rings an ominous bell for us digital denizens. A few makers get to decide how millions, at times billions, spend their mornings.

The ideals of a city mirror that of an open web. Contribution is its currency. The complexity of networks and the cross pollination that it leads to, are its drivers.

Just like the feedback mechanisms of modern software, a city has an army of silent learners, like the walkways that have known generations of footsteps and the theaters that have seen what makes a story work.

But it’s always in flux. Always learning. Taking directions, and then directing us back.

Jacques Madeleine

Working for a publisher named Fasquelle, Jacques Madeleine had to reach the higher registers of his analytical mind, to discern the pages of a manuscript that would become Marcel Proust’s generous gift to literature , In Search of Lost Time.

The above quote illustrates a part of Jacques’ discontent with Proust’s novel, and similar observations led Fasquelle, and many other publishers to reject the possibility of its publication. The piling up of rejections didn’t deter Proust, as he paid for the publishing himself.

As Alain De Botton reminds us in his wonderful book, How Proust Can Change Your Life , Marcel Proust made a choice, and took his time with the novel, and even other things like laying his attentive eyes to a homicide report in the newspaper.

A tool that’s been about taking one’s time is a book.

“Books are sharks,” Douglas Adams once told Neil Gaiman, “They’re solar powered. If you drop them, they keep on being a book.”

Sometimes with sudden ferocity, sometimes with slow nudges that possess the sweetness of bedtime cookies, books can move us into new worlds. And that occurs because we decide to contain our attention in the service of reading one word at a time.

Back when the printing press was invented, this behavior wasn’t the norm.

Nicholas Carr

In the age of distraction, how many of us get to make Proust’s choice with our life and our work? How many tools empower us to take our time?

To finish that side project. To get into a deep a conversation with a teammate. To spend hours listening to a 5 year old describing her first attempt at dismantling a cuckoo clock.

Increasingly, our immediate environment is made up of screens of all stripes. They flood over us with their demands, leaving the mind’s door open for mental debauchery.

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