When I was in high school and college, I practiced Bujinkan Taijitsu, a form of ninpo. My teacher always emphasized the fact that the weapon (katana, bo staff, or otherwise) is an extension of your own body. I think this is true. Part of the job of your brain is to create models of your […]
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Facebook’s new Graph Search is broken. It was a sunny afternoon in Chinatown. I was taking my new Graph Search invite for a spin. After exhausting the—surprisingly long—list of females under 30 living in San Francisco, who went to MIT and like Seinfeld, I went for something more mundane, but far more sinister. “Photos of My Brother”. Pesky privacy-conscious […]
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