Wednesday, March 12, 2008
Of course, it looks rather a lot like the movie here...
It makes the important point that if you're focusing on task A, you are going to miss things not included in that task.
This means if you're focusing on automobiles, you are not even going to know that bicycle was there.
This is why taking the lane is safer than being invisible (because we *are* looking for "vehicles in our path" - but not "stuff beside the road").