The VR Reading List Recommended by Unity

May 2, 2017

Below is a list of external resources on VR recommended by Unity. As this is a new medium, the articles would be dated where appropriate so that you can see […]


CS01: Beginner’s Computer Science Career Guide

April 30, 2017

By Areeta Wong Introduction Heyo! This is a “guide” for primarily for those (some stuff are strictly directed at girls) in tech hoping to find opportunities during your start of […]


Browser Games teaching you philosophical thoughts experiments

April 5, 2017

By Pippin Barr Pippin Barr makes games and currently teach game design and internet-based interventions and art projects at the Department of Design and Computation Arts at Concordia University in Montréal. Pippin […]

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Selective books listed by Stanford’s dSchool for Design Thinking

March 11, 2017

One can’t learn design thinking principle without practicing it, but there are a set of books by the practitioners themselves that introduce us to the design process they follow. If […]


The story of a designer conquering mathematics | Jinju Wang

January 31, 2017

By Jinju Jang I hated maths. Mathematics was frustrating. When I was young it seemed to be pointless to spend too much time on solving mathematical problems whilst you have so many […]

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Introductory Design Thinking Workshop | Stanford D. School University Innovation Fellows

January 1, 2017

Are you curious about design thinking? Hungry to experience it for yourself? Don’t just watch from the sidelines – come give it a try. Stanford D.School University Innovation Fellows are […]


The Feynman Lectures – the most popular collection of physics books ever written are now completely online

December 24, 2016

One of the best known and most renowned scientists in history, Richard Feynman pioneered quantum mechanics. His knack for accessible explanations made him a popularizer of physics of equal distinction […]


Coursera Founder shares his books and practices to be Innovative and Creative

December 14, 2016

Innovation and creativity can be learned –  how ? It can be done by reading as well as talking to enough experts. It is said that chances of achieving success […]

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What are the top 10 philosophical ideas that everyone should understand?

November 25, 2016

By Alex Bützow Here are my two cents, I apologize for the long post. The overarching idea behind this answer is a form of metacognition, or in other words, cognition about […]


A.I. Experiments | Explore machine learning by playing with pictures, language, music, and more.

November 22, 2016

  Making it easier for anyone to start exploring A.I. With all the exciting A.I. stuff happening, there are lots of people eager to start tinkering with machine learning technology. […]