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The Red Strings Club (Deconstructeam) and Minigame Conversation | Emily Short's Interactive Storytelling
The Red Strings Club was recommended to me by a reader who explained that this was a game that used mixology as its conversation interface. If you want someone to talk to you, you make them a cocktail.
emilyshort  gamedesign  fiction  writing  theredstringsclub  deconstruction  cocktail  mixing  liquids  conversation  agency  choice  emotion 
4 weeks ago by danhon
5 Tips for Using Multiple-Choice Tests to Bolster Learning - The Chronicle of Higher Education
5 Tips for Using Multiple-Choice Tests to Bolster Learning - The Chronicle of Higher Education
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5 weeks ago by waynewilliamberninger
The Science of Decision Fatigue - Erin Wildermuth
1. Limit unnecessary or unimportant decision making

The most straightforward way to avoid decision fatigue is to make fewer unimportant decisions. Many successful men and women, for example, wear the same outfits each day. Eliminating or automating some decisions will help you save mental energy for other decisions.
2. Make important decisions first thing in the morning

Make important decisions in the morning. When possible, sleep on those decisions that pop up unexpectedly. A good...
decision  choice  business  management 
6 weeks ago by traggett
Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind Book Series: Amazon.com
Nausicaä, a young princess who has an empathic bond with the giant Ohmu insects and animals of every creed. She fights to create tolerance, understanding and patience among empires that are fighting over the world's remaining precious natural resources.
nausicaa  amazon  manga  book  editors  choice  edition  paperback 
8 weeks ago by fjordaan
我为什么抛弃Kindle,重新回归纸质书?
当你并不明确你的问题,你对某个问题思考良久,需要一些启发,但是你又不太记得你在哪个章节里看到过的时候,怎么办?

或者我们再一起想想:你是如何将一个问题,从模糊「了解」到可以「运用」,这个过程是如何发生的?
我猜想,在阅读的情境中,这个过程大概会是:当我们读同一类大主题的书,不同作者谈到同一个话题的时候,所引发的你的思考。这个思考的片段让你兴奋。
在你兴奋的时候,在这本书勾起沉睡在你脑中的相似的知识片段的时候,如果你能「即时」捕捉记录下来,这对你将知识碎片串联成成体系的知识结构有莫大帮助。这或许是最为关键的动作。

所以纸质书对人的思考最有帮助的地方在于:那些模糊的、呼之欲出的、似是而非的、就差捅一下窗户纸你就快理解和「想清楚」了的时刻,是最需要借助纸和笔帮助你厘清思考的时候。
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8 weeks ago by aries1988

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