Chloë Sevigny is Not the Coolest Girl in the World

From a February 10, 2017 profile of Chloë in the New York Times Magazine: It’s difficult to fathom how, exactly, this quaint Connecticut upbringing gave rise to the downtown It Girl and eventual indie actress the novelist Jay McInerney dubbed, in a now-infamous 1994 New Yorker profile, “the coolest girl in the world.” As "now-infamous"… Continue reading Chloë Sevigny is Not the Coolest Girl in the World

The Mind-Expanding Ideas of Andy Clark

The New Yorker finally got around to predictive processing with Larissa MacFarquhar's profile of Andy Clark. Clark is the author of Surfing Uncertainty, the premier book on the subject. Perception did not, then, simply work from the bottom up; it worked first from the top down. What you saw was not just a signal from the eye,… Continue reading The Mind-Expanding Ideas of Andy Clark