I haven’t written a blog post in a few weeks because I’ve been obsessing about two things that did not seem to have a lot to do with each other until I realized that they everything to do with each other which only became clear to me in an epiphany that unfortunately occurred in the middle of the night and kept me from falling back asleep.
We’re reading the same books! 😉 As usual your blog is full of great nuggets, but what I was struck by was the concept of interstitial time, “or the time and space between people in which genuine human interaction can take place.” It reminds of some things I read about brain states and how the quality and sensation of time changes with them. Is there another reference for it, or was that something your co-author / edition just threw out en passant? It’s stickier for me, in a good way, than two-way harmony.