Thursday, March 29, 2012

The Tower, the Tears, and the Little Dirt Path

Recently, I had a 4 hour long Neuropsych test. Basically, it's a range of tests to determine how your brain is or isn't working in regards to cognitive skills.






The Tower of Hanoi is a series of disks set up like a pyramid on one of three spindles. The idea is that you're supposed to move the tower, piece by piece, from one spindle to another spindle.
 There are a two rules:
- One disk per move
-smaller disks must be on top


When my Dr. presented me with this multicolored wooden object, I immediately relaxed because it reminded me of a toddler's toy. How hard could it be?


Within minutes, I was crying. 
Yeah, that easy. 

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Dave McGuire and the Run to Remember

Dave McGuire, a brain injury survivor, ran across Canada last year. In a trip that lasted from April to December, he covered marathon distance each day in an effort to raise awareness for Brain Injury in what he called A Run To Remember




He's really amazing, isn't he?



Monday, March 26, 2012

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Solipsist by Andrew Huang


SOLIPSIST from Andrew Huang on Vimeo.



This is an experimental short by Andrew Huang.
http://www.andrewthomashuang.com/

I think it is incredibly beautiful in a fuzzy alien sort of way.

http://vimeo.com/37848135