In this post, I am going to present Multilevels psychology. The best way to start talking about the subject is by giving an example of 3-levels psychology: (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘Security’
Tags: Birthday, Damage, Dream, Dreaming, Inception, Insecurity, Level, Multilevel, Multiple levels, Poker, psychology, Risks, Security, Surprise
Tags: Hope, Love, Quote, Risks, Security, Try
This post extends the ideas discussing security and risks here.
To love is to risk not being loved in return. To hope is to risk pain. To try is to risk failure, but risk must be taken because the greatest hazard in life is to risk nothing.
Tags: Facebook, Geek, Hack, Internet, Scam, Security, Spam, Statistics, Technology
Scam Signature Message: My first Status was: “random post” . This was posted on [random date] (more…)
Tags: Creativity, Education, Ken Robinson, Quote, Risks, Security, Video
Surfing wordpress blogs today, I have landed on a video by Ken Robinson talking about how schools kill creativity. Here is the pessage I loved the most : (more…)
Tags: Economic, Europe, Monoculture, Security, Travel, UN
I have spent most of my 2010 travelling in Europe. I have noticed that most of European cities looks alike: they have the same infrastructure, the same currency, the same food, the same shopping malls, the same of everything. I have a feeling that Europe is a big country rather than many countries united under the same name. (more…)
Tags: Behavior, Effet mouton, Fun, Group, Herd, Quote, Security, Sheep, Sheep effect, Video
Have you noticed the last sheep effect on facebook? – The one when almost everybody changed his profile picture to a favorite Cartoon of his childhood.
Let me clarify first, what is the sheep effect?
Sheep effect happens when individuals are herded by a mass pressure to perform a specific task. It is the pressure of a group on an individual urging him to imitate others (usually the majority) intuitively without thinking about the action he’s going to make. In other words: “If everybody is doing that, why am I not doing that too? Let’s move with the flow”.