Showing posts with label digital minimalism. Show all posts
Showing posts with label digital minimalism. Show all posts

This Week I Learned 2019 - Week 02

Last week post or going back for old stuff instead.

What else I learned this week in separate posts? First, continue with ornamental fish culture through MOOC on body profiles and spawning behaviours, famous species, primitive or Jurassic fishes, and Goldfish. Second, the literature review of the paper on minimal water volume for intensively producing male Siamese fighting fish. And lastly, Module::CoreList is our Perl Module(s) of the Week (plMOTW).

How Photography Is Affecting Our Brains? Due to distance, camera angle, and distortion, taking selfie (around 1 foot) makes your nasal base seemed 30% larger compare to selfie taken at 5 feets away. How about normal photos? While photos can be a good memory preservation, taking and sharing photos for social medias will lead to "self presentational concern or anxiety". Instead of engaging current moment while photographing, you're being distracted. If you still need to share and want to fully enjoy the moment, delay sharing instantly just like the old way of photographing. The professional and amateur photographer comparison test was predictable. Professional composes while amateur looks. Technology advancement changed how we take photos. We don't look and feel the subject but instead through the screen of our equipment instead.

"理解只是使誤解的偏差小了一點?" 看了几遍都不明白,读了评语后,才逐渐了解。

Is it possible to produce 100 grams of garbage each month? Yes, to live with a zero-waste life, you and your partner in crime need to be discipline, have access to cheap locally produced natural food, and living away from busy city.

Why you should join the analog social media? Part of the digital minimalism movement. Just use digital and Internet for essential tasks (works, writing, calendar, map, and others). Join a photowalk walk and have a good discussion on photography, life, or event itself. No need to upload, post, and share the photos.