Around four years ago our family had the privilege of visiting a few cities in Italy including Venice, Florence, and Rome. We thoroughly enjoyed the entire trip… Read more “Livable Streets and The Invisible Harm of Traffic”
I’ve said before and I’ll say it again, beware the Arrow Of Time.
I’m currently writing a book about how much the laws and concepts of physics impact our everyday lives and about how we can copy the predictable patterns… Read more “Physics Is Life”
It can be hard to find an approachable introduction to this concept. This one is great and I’ve found the predictable patterns of design in nature (which is… Read more “A Good Explainer About The Constructal Law and Design In Nature”
This. “Unless you believe that we want one ruling master of all social networking and it should be Mark Zuckerberg… then there’s no good reason not to… Read more “It’s time to break up Facebook – The Verge”
Our family watched some episodes of Community recently that featured fun plots based around D&D and I wondered for the hundredth time how the game actually worked.… Read more “Dungeons and Dragons, Explained… Finally”
Mario Moussa and Derek Newberry writing over at Entrepreneur: Essentially, the Apple co-founder’s effectiveness boiled down to this: He was able to push his people when he needed… Read more “The Steve Jobs Equation for Tough Leadership”
Here’s Why Road Trips Are a Surefire Way to Forge a Lasting Friendship by Reuben Westmaas over at Curiosity.com: One thing we’re pretty sure of, though: However you… Read more “Just In Case You Need Another Reason To Travel With Your Family”
Mae Rice for Curiosity: The basic takeaway here is that cameras impact our memories — but it’s not clear exactly how or why. One theory is that… Read more “Cameras May Negatively Impact Our Memory”
Unfair? You be the judge.