Cognitive Daily

Archives coming live

Over the next few days I’ll be dusting off the old Cognitive Daily posts and moving them over to this site. If you’ll scroll down a bit to the archives section on the sidebar to the left, you’ll notice that they now extend all the way back to our first post back in January of 2005. I’ve even imported most of the comments (I did take the liberty of deleting over 300 pieces of spam). Of course, there’s a bit of a gap between March of 2005 and January of 2006, but that will be fixed soon enough. In the meantime, here is some great reading from the early days of Cognitive Daily:

Troxler — and YOU!

How can we tell where someone is looking?

What else are we doing when we watch a movie?

Marshall McLuhan redeemed — sort of

Are artists vision experts?

Watch out for that parked car!

Why the Mona Lisa’s eyes follow you around

Video games can improve performance in vision tasks

Are rich kids more troubled than poor kids?