Reading the bumps on the cloud.

In reading Esther Sternberg’s excellent “Healing Spaces” I am fascinated to learn the compartmentalization of our brain, how each part of the brain is specially developed for some specific sensation.- parts that we use for vision, parts for hearing sounds and a more specific area for decoding sounds as human voices. This got me to wondering if the internet and computer memory is set up the same way. Is there a part of our computer memory reserved for cat photos or a corner of the cloud reserved for all our audio files? It makes me think of a phrenologist’s model skull with URL’s all over it. I am sure it doesn’t work this way but it would be fun to think so.




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