Archetypal Semiotic Transference

I’m assigning the term “Archetypal Semiotic Transference” (AST) to describe instances of semiosis where a symbol (or set of symbols) and its interpretation(s) in one disciplinary knowledge domain appears directly (and perhaps coincidently?) similar to a symbol (or set of symbols) and its interpretation(s) within an entirely different disciplinary knowledge domain.  By similarity, I mean similar in both…

CogSpace : Collective Mind Map

Interested in participating in a collectively formulated multimedia vision-logic model representing the multidisciplinary knowledge domains of Cognitive Science and Consciousness Studies?  If so, read on … I’ve been developing this interactive, 3-dimensional model, and it was just recently accepted to be exhibited and presented at the Asian Consciousness Festival in Hong Kong this June.  You…

Curriculum Vitae Word Cloud

After I recently made some major updates to my Curriculum Vitae (latin, “course of life”), I went on over to Wordle.net and made a graphic word cloud from all thirteen pages of the document’s content.  In the visualization, bigger words represent more frequency of that word in the overall document.  Color and position are randomized. …

Meta-Language Technique : OSC

With new technology comes new possibilities to execute technique. If we look to the trend of advents in internet protocols, we see how particular innovations in the information technology domain resulted in tremendous transformative effects in social, economic, and political arenas. The TCP/IP protocol allowed for the identification of independent computers, and for the transfer…