A deep look at the clock asks questions about our well-being and how we play.

Phillip Zambardo lectures on how we spend our time: are we future oriented? Present? Past? 

He also goes into a detailed discussion of how computers and technology change our perception of time, and what that means for things like technology. Basically, Zimbardo makes a powerful argument that our individual (and collective) perception of time affects our health, wellbeing, and work habits.

How can education morph to match the gamer generation? What place does “real life” and “real time” have when so much of our lives take place in a created world in which we have the greatest agency, the most control?

-Josiah Harrist

[via Mental Floss]