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David Eagleman: Welcome to Your Future Brain – YouTube

wow….. Reinventing our sensory system…… May be a way for people to finally understand what sensitive people feel constantly….. But sensing capitalist data streams….. urg….. that is really taking our dehumanising much further…… from:David Eagleman: Welcome to Your Future Brain – YouTube.

The Innovator’s Perspective | The Creativity Post

Reblogged from: via The Innovator’s Perspective | The Creativity Post. Synopsis The true innovator is an unconventional thinker willing to take risks and learn from failure. Remember how when you were a little child you felt that you were everything. You formed the thought that there was no limit to what was possible. You had … Continue reading

Highrise/One Millionth Tower – Animatic Version – YouTube

Highrise/One Millionth Tower – Animatic Version – YouTube.

cross – innovation – Open Source Hardware for Development

cross – innovation – Open Source Hardware for Development.

CEP818 – Thinking Differently

reblogged from the wiki sparks and creativity If there were only one way to strike the spark which could ignite genius, humans would have devised the flint and steel for that a long time ago. Our minds do not work that way—they work in multiple ways. As the Japanese Haiku master Matsuo Bashō wrote many … Continue reading

DIGITAL-SCHOLAR.org (eBooks & Online Books for Mobile Students)

DIGITAL-SCHOLAR.org (eBooks & Online Books for Mobile Students).

Charles Limb: Building the musical muscle | Video on TED.com

Charles Limb: Building the musical muscle | Video on TED.com.

Sheila Nirenberg: A prosthetic eye to treat blindness | Video on TED.com

Sheila Nirenberg: A prosthetic eye to treat blindness | Video on TED.com.

My research

How is taking my family down to Nicaragua related to new media and education? Or how did my research take me there? Every society that depends on procreation for its survival must take into account in its social organization that children initially require a great deal of care (Matthews, 2007). I have been studying the … Continue reading

Klaus Stadlmann: The world’s smallest 3D printer | Video on TED.com

Klaus Stadlmann: The world’s smallest 3D printer | Video on TED.com.