Understanding the Games We Play – Strategic Mindset - TechRasa
But, if —and only if— we clearly understand the games we are playing and what will be our strategy towards them, they can be as joyful, fruitful and educating as they were, when we were a lot younger. Here is a mental model for you to understand the games we play and how to become a great player in them.
strategy  games  business  work 
2 days ago
Merger: a science-fiction short about corporations as literal (as well as figurative) AIs / Boing Boing
https://vimeo.com/302028562 Keiichi Matsuda created 2016's Hyper-Reality, an amazing, dystopian video about the future of augmented reality; now Matsuda is back with Merger, that plays darkly into the idea that corporations are a form of Slow AI that view humans as inconvenient gut-flora, a truth shot through our collective fears. Merger is a new film about…
business  capitalism  AI  videogames  scienceFiction  dystopia 
2 days ago
Scholarly & Professional E-Book Publishing 2018-2022
This report features 10 companies, including Hill, McGraw, Pearson, Informa PLC, Wolters Kluwer, Springer Nature, Thomson Reuters, John Wiley & Sons
report  business  research  publishing  books  purchases 
3 days ago
Book Stores in the US. Industry Market Research Reports, Trends, Statistics, Data, Forecasts
Despite a strengthening domestic economy and rising per capita disposable income, the industry has continued to decline over the five years to 2018, with revenue expected to decline an annualized 2.5% to $12.5 billion. This fall in industry revenue has slowed throughout the period, with a modest drop of 0.1% in 2018. Even with the intense competition in a declining industry, some small, independent operators with a loyal local following have flourished, as many consumers still prefer print books over e-books. The trend toward online shopping will keep the industry in decline. As industry profit diminishes and competition rises, many stores will continue to struggle to stay afloat.
business  books  publishing  statistics 
3 days ago
Publishing Perspectives - International Book Publishing News
Publishing Perspectives is the leading trade magazine and source of news and information for the international book publishing business.
books  publishing  business  blog 
3 days ago
New Statistics on the 2017 US Book Market Show $26 Billion in Annual Revenue
In 2017, the US book publishing industry reported revenues of $26.2 billion, according to the Association of American Publishers report, StatShot.
publishing  books  statistics  business 
3 days ago
Speed Up Your Python Program With Concurrency – Real Python
Learn what concurrency means in Python and why you might want to use it. You'll see a simple, non-concurrent approach and then look into why you'd want threading, asyncio, or multiprocessing.
python  programming  tutorial 
3 days ago
Security Checklist
A checklist for staying safe on the internet
resources  privacy  data  security  cyberwar  network  technology  research 
3 days ago
Dropgangs, or the future of darknet markets • Opaque Link
This article as PDF.
Dropgangs, or the future of dark markets The Internet is full of commercial activity and it should come at no surprise that even illegal commercial activity is widespread as well. In this article we would like to describe the current developments - from where we came, where we are now, and where it might be going - when it comes to technologies used for digital black market activity.
crime  business  technology  cyberwar 
3 days ago
From Motley Fool Pro: Options 101 -- The Motley Fool
Many investors approach options with skepticism and caution – some simply refuse to even consider them. That's not entirely unreasonable – you don't need to use options in order to be a successful investor. Even I believed for a long time that options were not a Foolish way to invest.
investment  business  economics  money 
3 days ago
Plethora Project
Plethora-Project is a design studio with a mission to accelerate computational literacy in the frame of Architecture and Design. The project was inspired by the "show me your screens" motto of the TopLap live-coding group attempting to get rid of Obscurantism in digital design.
games  architecture  design  cities  videogames 
3 days ago
The Ultimate Raspberry Pi & Maker Store | The Pi Hut
Official Raspberry Pi reseller. The ultimate Raspberry Pi & maker superstore with all of the biggest brands under one roof. Raspberry Pi Zero stockist. Next Day delivery available.
electronics  purchases  hardware 
4 days ago
tactile tools for pattern-finders, integrative- thinkers,
cardgame  games  design  interactive 
6 days ago
81 creativity card decks - MethodKit
This is a collection on some of the research I’ve done to scout the field of cards around MethodKit. Analogue workspaces are boring. They often consist of whiteboards, flip-charts and post-its. Cards have the possibility to transform analogue work and meetings in both structured and creative ways.
cardgame  design  resources  inspiration  thinking  methodology 
6 days ago
UX Mapping Methods Compared: A Cheat Sheet
Empathy maps, customer journey maps, experience maps, and service blueprints depict different processes and have different goals, yet they all build common ground within an organization.
design  thinking  prototypes  cheatsheet  maps  useability  research  marketing  strategy  empathy 
6 days ago
Design Thinking Cheat Sheets – Aurobinda Pradhan – Medium
There are many visualizations on design thinking framework floating around. However I couldn’t find one that could help me and my team to refer quickly with clear view of the framework and associated tools. Hence the cheat sheets
design  thinking  cheatsheet 
6 days ago
The Writing & Opinions of Dean Wesley Smith
Considered one of the most prolific writers working in modern fiction, USA Today bestselling writer, Dean Wesley Smith has published almost two hundred novels in forty years, and hundreds and hundreds of short stories across many genres.
blog  books  publishing  writing  tips  business 
7 days ago
Creating Livable City Streets
In 1981, a Berkeley urban design professor named Donald Appleyard published a book called Livable Streets (now out of print). In it, he described the results of research he’d done in the late 1960s about the effects of car traffic on the people who live in cities. For the study, he selected three similar residential streets in San Francisco that only differed in the amount of street traffic and then measured how the residents used their streets.
cities  architecture  culture 
8 days ago
What is Modular CSS?
Modular CSS is a collection of principles for writing code that is performant and maintainable at scale. It originated with developers at Yahoo and Yandex as a way to address the challenges of maintaining a large codebase. Some of the guidelines were controversial when introduced, but have since come to be recognized as best practices.
css  Webdesign  bestPractices 
8 days ago
In VR boys learn best when the teacher is a drone – girls learn better from virtual Marie – University of Copenhagen
The teacher is just as important in a virtual learning environment as in a normal classroom, but a new study shows that boys and girls differ greatly in terms of how they learn best: Boys learn best when their virtual teacher comes in the form of a drone, while girls get more knowledge from VR-teaching when they are taught by a young, female researcher-type named Marie.
VR  learning  education  psychology  gender 
9 days ago
Will the world embrace Plan S, the radical proposal to mandate open access to science papers? | Science | AAAS
Since the September 2018 launch of the Europe-backed program to mandate immediate open access (OA) to scientific literature, 16 funders in 13 countries have signed on. That's still far shy of Plan S's ambition: to convince the world's major research funders to require immediate OA to all published papers stemming from their grants.
science  publishing  opensource  research 
14 days ago
Intellectual humility: the importance of knowing you might be wrong - Vox
Dunning-Kruger, mental blindspots, and how to build a more humble world.
thinking  failure  error  psychology 
14 days ago
Popular | Daniel Miessler
This is the content that visitors have most enjoyed on the site, and includes all categories of content from information security, to technology, to
security  server  linux  privacy  data  blog 
14 days ago
It Appears China is Building a Massive Espionage Database on America | Daniel Miessler
I've mentioned this in numerous places for the last few years, so I decided it was time to finally put it into a formal piece. It seems obvious at this
espionage  cyberwar  china  surveillance 
14 days ago
WargameHQ - Your source for Tabletop Wargaming
If you love wargaming as well, then this is YOUR headquarters as well. Drop me a line! I’d love to hear about your story, have you write for WargameHQ, or review a product your company is producing!
wargame  boardgames  games  blog 
14 days ago
J.R.R. Tolkien on Fairy Tales, Language, the Psychology of Fantasy, and Why There’s No Such Thing as Writing “For Children” – Brain Pickings
"Creative fantasy, because it is mainly trying to do something else (make something new), may open your hoard and let all the locked things fly away like cage-birds."
writing  fantasy  worldbuilding  language  creativity 
14 days ago
Predictions for Journalism 2019 » Collections » Nieman Journalism Lab » Pushing to the Future of Journalism
Each year, we ask some of the smartest people in journalism and digital media what they think is coming in the next 12 months. Here’s what they had to say.
news  media  publishing  subscription 
14 days ago
Unlocking the commons » Nieman Journalism Lab
"The most powerful and interesting media model will remain raising money from members who don't just permit but <em>insist</em> that the product be given away for free."
news  media  publishing  subscription 
14 days ago
Valve data shows PC VR ownership rose steadily in 2018 | Ars Technica
But headset owners are still less than one percent of platform's user base
vr  business  hardware 
14 days ago
Gamer Motivation Profile
After filling out a brief survey (5-7 minutes), this profile tool will generate a customized report for you. The report will describe the traits that were measured, and how you compare with other respondents. You will also be given a link to share your results. Based on your motivation profile, our Game Recommender Engine will suggest games you may like. Your responses may be used to refine the algorithms that generate the profile, and aggregate findings may be published in public or commercial reports.
videogames  motivation  psychology  research  gamelab  games  design 
15 days ago
A spreadsheet for things that aren’t certain
statistics  excel  math 
18 days ago
Building a high-performance cluster of Gameboy emulators to teach computers to play video games / Boing Boing
Kamil Rocki was inspired by the 2016 paper from Google Deepmind researchers explaining how they used machine learning to develop a system that could play Breakout on the Atari 2600 with superhuman proficiency. But Rocki wanted to develop a more general approach to machine-learning game-playing, one that could play more sophisticated games than Breakout, with…
network  AI  research  computer  simulation 
28 days ago
PlayStation VR has had a quietly awesome year - The Verge
Virtual reality hasn’t caught on like many expected, but Sony’s PlayStation VR headset still managed to have an exceptional 2018, with amazing games like Astro Bot, Tetris Effect, and Wipeout.
VR  hardware  videogames 
29 days ago
Augmented Reality | Interactive Print | Layar
Layar is the global leader in augmented reality and interactive print technology. Print materials spring to life with digital content using the world’s #1 augmented reality app.
VR  framework 
4 weeks ago
As Facebook Raised a Privacy Wall, It Carved an Opening for Tech Giants - The New York Times
Internal documents show that the social network gave Microsoft, Amazon, Spotify and others far greater access to people’s data than it has disclosed.
deception  privacy  surveillance  socialnetwork 
4 weeks ago
Rockin' Indie Games one pixel at a time - Indie DB
Indie DB the independent games site. News, downloads and media direct from the developers. Powered by ramen noodles.
videogames  database  games  design 
4 weeks ago
More than half of Americans say they didn’t get a pay raise this year - MarketWatch
The economy is thriving, but many Americans say they aren’t seeing a difference in their paychecks.
work  capitalism  business  economics 
4 weeks ago
Literary Hub: The Best of the Literary Internet
Lit Hub is a central place for writers, publishers, books, bookstores, librarians, and readers to congregate and celebrate books and literary culture.
books  Literature  blog  publishing 
4 weeks ago
The 75 Best Book Covers of 2018 | Literary Hub
2018 has been many things, but it certainly has not been lacking in great book cover design. Here at Lit Hub, we unpacked the biggest book cover trend of the
books  publishing  bestList 
4 weeks ago
"Owning your data" will not save you from data capitalism / Boing Boing
The fight against surveillance capitalism and mass state surveillance has reached a tipping point, the peak-indifference moment, when new privacy advocates are self-radicalizing as they witness firsthand the undeniable risks of overcollection, over-retention, and secret manipulation of personal data. A natural response to this awakening is to declare personal data to be personal property and…
data  privacy  surveillance 
4 weeks ago
HTC is targeting Christians as its next VR market - The Verge
7 Miracles is a collection of seven 10-minute-long vignettes, each of them focused on one of Jesus’ miracles as described in the Gospel of John. It’s nothing if not a straight telling of one of the least controversial portions of the Bible that wouldn’t feel out of place as a special attraction in Sunday School.
VR  business  marketing  Religion 
4 weeks ago
Uncovering Chinese Espionage in the US | The Diplomat
A detailed look into how, why, and where Chinese spies are active in the United States.
espionage  Cina  history  gameResearch 
4 weeks ago
Study Finds Being On Your Phone Constantly Can Be Harmful | Psychology Today
A study has found that constantly being online or on your smartphone creates a state of “online vigilance” where one's mind is automatically monitoring communications. This does not give your mind a time to rest and decreases mindfulness
psychology  socialnetwork  Health  stress 
4 weeks ago
Paperback | Board Game | BoardGameGeek
You are a paperback author trying to finish novels for your editor. Complete Westerns, Science Fiction, Romance or even the rare Best-Seller. Live the dream &mdash; and maybe pay the bills.

Word-building meets deck-building in the unique game Paperback. Players start with a deck of letter cards and wild cards. Each hand they form words, and purchase more powerful letters based on how well their word scored. Most letters have abilities that activate when they are used in a word, such as drawing more cards or double letter score. Players buy wilds to gain victory points. Variant included for cooperative play.
boardgames  gamelab  purchases 
4 weeks ago
Our Ambivalent Concept of Luck - Neatorama
Some folks consider "luck" to be the result of supernatural forces that work for us or against us, while others look at luck as random occurrences that have nothing to do with who we are. The former can either guide our decisions or cause us to rebel against the very idea. The latter robs us of agency, as people are loathe to believe that randomness in the universe has anything to do with our lives. A previous post pointed to research about the role of luck in our successes and failures. This video from ...
random  psychology  math 
5 weeks ago
Should We Be Worried About Computerized Facial Recognition? | The New Yorker
The technology could revolutionize policing, medicine, even agriculture—but its applications can easily be weaponized, David Owen writes.
surveillance  privacy  data  dystopia  technology 
5 weeks ago
IMAX is shutting down its virtual reality arcade business for good - The Verge
Large-format cinema company IMAX had a promising set of virtual reality arcades, but the company is about to write off the entire business and shut down the last three locations.
VR  business  hardware 
5 weeks ago
The State Of PC Gaming In 2018
PC has never been a singular platform like, say, PlayStation or Xbox. Instead, it’s a series of disparate landmasses sharing the same turbulent sea.
videogames  publishing  business  platform 
5 weeks ago
It's Time to Plan for How Quantum Computing Could Go Wrong, Say Entrepreneurs and Physicists
Quantum computers that can crack our strongest encryption methods might be decades away—but a group of entrepreneurs and researchers think we better start talking ethics now.
computer  quark  Future  technology  dystopia 
5 weeks ago
'They don't care': Facebook factchecking in disarray as journalists push to cut ties | Technology | The Guardian
Journalists hired to help fix Facebook’s fake news problem say they have lost trust in the platform
deception  socialnetwork  vrandtruth18 
5 weeks ago
Bookwire - Home
Bookwire offers the most complete list of books with comparison prices of the books you want from all the major online retailers.
publishing  books  business 
5 weeks ago
Eloquence on Demand | Firebrand Technologies
Eloquence on Demand is the industry gold standard for metadata and content distribution. Reach more trading partners with less effort and better metadata.
publishing  books  database 
5 weeks ago
Changing demographics of scientific careers: The rise of the temporary workforce | PNAS
Contemporary science has been characterized by an exponential growth in publications and a rise of team science. At the same time, there has been an increase in the number of awarded PhD degrees, which has not been accompanied by a similar expansion in the number of academic positions. In such a competitive environment, an important measure of academic success is the ability to maintain a long active career in science. In this paper, we study workforce trends in three scientific disciplines over half a century. We find dramatic shortening of careers of scientists across all three disciplines. The time over which half of the cohort has left the field has shortened from 35 y in the 1960s to only 5 y in the 2010s. In addition, we find a rapid rise (from 25 to 60% since the 1960s) of a group of scientists who spend their entire career only as supporting authors without having led a publication. Altogether, the fraction of entering researchers who achieve full careers has diminished, while the class of temporary scientists has escalated.
science  publishing  work  university  research 
5 weeks ago
Exclusive: The Pentagon’s Massive Accounting Fraud Exposed | The Nation
How US military spending keeps rising even as the Pentagon flunks its audit.
military  corruption  business  crime 
5 weeks ago
Science Is Not Fake News – Starts With A Bang! – Medium
You think of yourself as a generally intelligent person, don’t you? Someone who’s good at deducing fact from fiction; someone who doesn’t get the wool pulled over their eyes very often. Someone who…
science  truth  deception  vrandtruth18 
5 weeks ago
Infographic: A communicators' guide to Google Chrome extensions | Articles | Home
These handy features can help improve your communications efforts—if you know where to start. This graphic provides a break down of tools and their uses.
infographic  productivity  plugin 
5 weeks ago
Rich People Are Getting Away With Not Paying Their Taxes - The Atlantic
An eight-year campaign to slash the IRS’s budget has left the agency understaffed, hamstrung, and operating with archaic equipment. The result: a hundred-billion-dollar heist.
Taxes  law  corruption  capitalism  economics 
5 weeks ago
CryptoZombies - Learn to code games on Ethereum. Powered by Loom Network
CryptoZombies is an interactive code school that teaches you to write smart contracts in Solidity through building your own crypto-collectables game.
blockchain  videogames  programming 
5 weeks ago
CSS Grid For Visual Learners – Over 40 Diagrams
Learn CSS grid visually with over 40 diagrams explaining key CSS grid features for visual learners. The complete (comprehensive) free course-like CSS grid tutorial, explaining gaps, columns, tracks, rows, inner cells, numbering of lines, naming of lines, joining cells, implicit and explicit cells, templates and template names. All visual diagrams are color-coded for maximum education value!
css  Webdesign  cheatsheet  infographic 
5 weeks ago
In the “Trust Game”, men with more autistic traits were less influenced by their partner’s facial appearance  – Research Digest
By Emma Young. Men with autistic traits made decisions based more on their partner's behaviour than appearance.
therapy  medicine  psychology  research 
5 weeks ago
40 Great Card Games For All Occasions – PlayingCardDecks.com
by BoardGameGeek reviewer EndersGame So you have a beautiful deck of custom playing cards. Now what? You can certainly put it quietly and safely on your display shelf, occasionally looking at it out of the corner of your eye to remind you that it is really yours, give an admiring glance at the exquisite tuck case, and
games  cardgame 
5 weeks ago
'Dropout' rate for academic scientists has risen sharply in past 50 years, IU study finds: News at IU: Indiana University
An analysis from Indiana University researchers has found that half the people pursuing scientific careers at institutions of higher education will depart the field after five years -- a sharp contrast compared to 50 years ago.
science  university  failure  education 
5 weeks ago
More people get their news from social media than newspapers
For the first time since the Pew Research Center began tracking how adults in the US get their news, social media has edged out print newspapers. In a survey co...
news  socialnetwork  media  truth 
5 weeks ago
Scientists identify vast underground ecosystem containing billions of micro-organisms | Science | The Guardian
Global team of scientists find ecosystem below earth that is twice the size of world’s oceans
biology  science 
5 weeks ago
Hardware – Augmented Reality Sandbox
An AR Sandbox requires the following hardware components:
VR  gamelab  projects  geography  maps  hardware 
5 weeks ago
The costs of corruption: values, economic development under assault, trillions lost, says Guterres | UN News
Every year, trillions of dollars - equivalent to more than five percent of global GDP - are paid in bribes or stolen through corruption, the United Nations reported on the International Day which serves to highlight the pervasive crime, marked this Sunday.
corruption  crime  business  capitalism  economics 
5 weeks ago
Are Millennials Giving Up on Entrepreneurship? - The Atlantic
A lack of personal savings, competition from abroad, and the threat of another economic downturn make it harder for Millennials to thrive as entrepreneurs.
business  work  capitalism  economics 
5 weeks ago
'Gods & Robots' Excerpt: The First Sex Robot
The age of android brothels and lifelike sex robots may seem cutting edge—until you’ve heard the story of the man who had sex with his ivory sculptures, and the Greeks who habitually had public intercourse with statues.
sex  technology  history  books 
5 weeks ago
Blockchain Beyond Bitcoin | November 2016 | Communications of the ACM
Also known as distributed ledger technology, blockchain is expected to revolutionize industry and commerce and drive economic change on a global scale because it is immutable, transparent, and redefines trust, enabling secure, fast, trustworthy, and transparent solutions that can be public or private. It could empower people in developing countries with recognized identity, asset ownership, and financial inclusion; and it could avert a repeat of the 2008 financial crisis, support effective healthcare programs, improve supply chains and, perhaps, clean up unethical behavior in high-value businesses such as diamond trading.
blockchain  technology  business  publishing  research 
5 weeks ago
Blockchain Could Help Artists Profit More from Their Creative Works
Enter blockchain-based platforms and programmable templates called smart contracts. Blockchain is a new technology platform, running on millions of devices and open to anyone, where not just information but anything of value — money, titles, and deeds, but also music, art, scientific discoveries, and other intellectual property — can be moved and stored securely and privately, where trust is established not by powerful intermediaries like movie studios, streaming services, banks, or other companies, but rather through mass collaboration and clever code.
blockchain  art  business  platform  research  publishing  music 
5 weeks ago
Oracle BrandVoice: A Java Developer Walks Into A Ruby Conference: Charles Nutter’s Open Source Journey
For his successful coleadership of JRuby during more than a decade, Charles Nutter received a Groundbreaker Award at Oracle Code One.
physics  quark  science 
5 weeks ago
Psychology research is still fixated on a tiny fraction of humans – here’s how to fix that – Research Digest
For a long time, some psychologists have understood that their field has an issue with WEIRDness. That is, psychology experiments disproportionately involve participants who are Western, Educated, and hail from Industrialised, Rich Democracies, which means many findings may not generalise to other populations, such as, say, rural Samoan villagers. In a new paper in PNAS, a team of researchers led by Mostafa Salari Rad decided to zoom in on a leading psychology journal to better understand the field’s WEIRD problem, evaluate whether things are improving, and come up with some possible changes in practice that could help spur things along.
psychology  university  research  publishing  science 
5 weeks ago
How to Foster Empathy in Children - The New York Times
Research shows that we are each born with a given number of neurons that participate in an empathetic response. But early life experience shapes how we act on it.
empathy  kids  psychology 
5 weeks ago
CC0 Textures - Free PBR Materials
Get hundreds of PBR materials and textures for free under the Public Domain license.
assets  design  texture  images 
5 weeks ago
Opinion | How to Save the Web - The New York Times
Governments, businesses and users around the world must commit to a set of fundamental principles for the web.
ethics  design  network  Future  criticism  technology  research 
5 weeks ago
Next Reality » Augmented & Mixed Reality News, Rumors & Dev Guides
Next Reality brings you a daily look into the cutting edge innovations in Augmented Reality (AR), Mixed Reality (MR), and Ambient Computing, poised to merge the impossible worlds of our imaginations with real life. We provide the latest insider industry news, developer guides, and AR app previews as the next major platform shift is starting to take off. We believe AR and Ambient Computing will eventually replace our smartphones and computers as we know them today with a more seamless and limitless part-real, part-virtual, and always connected world. We started Next Reality to help accelerate consumer interest and adoption of tomorrow's AR tech, today. So whether you're an early adopter, developer, gadget geek, futurist, or industry insider, or just a regular user with an AR-enabled smartphone, we've got you covered.
VR  blog  technology  research  hardware  electronics 
5 weeks ago
Delgan/loguru: Python logging made (stupidly) simple
Loguru is a library which aims to bring enjoyable logging in Python.
python  code  programming  data 
5 weeks ago
50 years ago, Doug Engelbart's 'Mother of All Demos' transformed tech
On Dec. 9, 1968, Douglas Engelbart held the first public demonstration of word processing, text messaging, and a weird little device dubbed a "mouse."
history  computer  demo  bestPractices 
5 weeks ago
4 thinking flaws you should avoid to become more objective and rational | Cognition Today
These are some of the most ingrained flaws in how humans think. Avoid them to become more rational and objective in understanding the world. This is the start of thinking critically.
thinking  psychology 
6 weeks ago
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