Category Archives: 5×7

I’d like a dozen chocolate portmanteaus, please.

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Posted in 5x7, brands, communication | 2 Comments

How to break down walls.

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Four stages of competence

The Four Stages of Learning provides a model for learning. It suggests that individuals are initially unaware of how little they know, or unconscious of their incompetence. As they recognize their incompetence, they consciously acquire a skill, then consciously use it. Eventually, the skill can be utilized without it being consciously thought through: the individual is said to have then acquired unconscious competence.

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Posted in 5x7, experience, school | 5 Comments

The isolating lie we all tell all the time.

The lie we all tell

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Posted in 5x7, communication | 3 Comments

Dr. Google told me so.

visual diagnosis

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Posted in 5x7, expectations, perception | 4 Comments

I was asked to illustrate the meaning of life.

For an answer to that rhetorical question, I referred to my favorite dead philosopher, Jeremy Bentham. Happiness is the answer (obviously), and so I used his 9 Pleasures of Stimulation as a basis for the illustration.

This is the result, which appeared recently in the German publication, Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin.

And below is the English version (click to enlarge).

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Posted in 5x7, philosophy, work | 12 Comments