|Statement||[compiled by] Sep Kamvar and Jonathan Harris.|
|Contributions||Kamvar, Sep, 1977-, Harris, Jonathan Jennings, 1979-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||283 p. :|
|Number of Pages||283|
|LC Control Number||2009036946|
"We Feel Fine" operates on several levels. Physically, it has the heft and graphic quality of a medium sized, high-end coffee table book. Its content delights with the immediate impact of the really cool photos of people and things.4/5(21). We Feel Fine: An Almanac of Human Emotion is an in-depth exploration of human feelings. Drawing from a database of more than twelve million individual sentences collected over three years from personal blogs on the Internet, the book presents a comprehensive contemporary portrait of the world’s emotional landscape, exploring the ups and downs of everyday life. With lush, colorful spreads devoted to 50 feelings, 13 cities, 10 topics, 6 holidays,5 age groups, 4 weather conditions, and 2 genders, "We Feel Fine" explores our emotions from every angle, providing insights into and examples of each/5. We Feel Fine: An Almanac of Human Emotion by Jonathan Harris () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
i have a problem i'm sure many other bloggers face: i am perfectly comfortable sharing intimate details about my emotions with complete strangers i meet online but shy away from expressing my true feelings to anyone i know in real life—a woman in maine. Lots of people I know will love this new We Feel Fine book. “Since August , We Feel Fine has been harvesting human feelings from a large number of weblogs. Every few minutes, the system searches the world’s newly posted blog entries for occurrences of the phrases “I feel” and “I am feeling”. When it finds such a phrase, it records the full. At its core, We Feel Fine is an artwork authored by everyone. It will grow and change as we grow and change, reflecting what's on our blogs, what's in our hearts, what's in our minds. We hope it makes the world seem a little smaller, and we hope it helps people see beauty in the everyday ups and downs of life. Equal parts pop culture and psychology, computer science and conceptual art, sociology and storytelling, We Feel Fine is no ordinary book -- with thousands of authors from all over the world 5/5(2).
We Feel Fine featured in the upper right hand corner of New York Magazine's The Approval Matrix. The New York Times - Decem We Feel Fine mentioned in The New York Times City Room. The Webby Awards - Ap We Feel Fine nominated for 3 Webby Awards. The New York Times Freakonomics Blog. We Feel Fine: An Almanac of Human Emotion" by Sep Kamvar and Jonathan Harris (Scribner, December ). A book that is a visual exploration of human emotion. This week, Harris and co-author Sep Kamvar release We Feel Fine: An Almanac of Human Emotion, a remarkable book exploring the 12 million human emotions recorded since through brilliantly curated words and images that make this massive repository of found sentiment incredibly personal yet incredibly relatable. From despair to exhilaration, from the public to the . We Feel Fine: An Almanac of Human Emotion is an in-depth exploration of human feelings. Drawing from a database of more than 12 million individual sentences collected over 3 years from personal blogs on the Internet, We Feel Fine presents a comprehensive contemporary portrait of the world's emotional landscape, exploring the ups and downs of everyday life in all its color, chaos, and candor.