From an interview between Manoush Zomorodi (Note to Self Podcast) and David Hohusen (creator of Two Dots) in Manoush’s book Bored and Briliant. I like to think that users are smart enough that when they realize they’ve been tricked into a game with too many push notifications or other sleazy tactics, they will delete it. […]
From the inbox earlier in the week… CONFERENCE AND EVENT UPDATE OLC INNOVATE 2019 Education Reimagined KEYNOTE SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED OLC Innovate | April 3-5 | Denver, CO Join us as we welcome Dr. Tressie McMillan Cottom for the Wednesday keynote where she will investigate how technology is transforming humanity and the resulting current and future effects that may have on digital […]
No. Name of The Book Author Category 1 The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom Don Miguel Ruiz Self-Help 2 Imagine: How Creativity Works Jonah Lehrer Self-Help 3 The Gift, Creativity and the Artist in the Modern World Lewis Hyde Self-Help 4 The Mastery Of Love A Practical Guide to the Art of […]
Along with Getting Things Done, Mindset, and Deep Work, this book should be read annually.
The former journalist, Manoush Zomorodi, gave a Ted Talk in April 2017 to make her audience aware that the boredom can lead people to brilliant ideas. People’s brain tends to work more when they don’t do anything than when they do many things at once, Zomordi explained. The boredom doesn’t exist if people know how […]
decided to buy an iPhone? Congratulations! But how long will the joy of being the owner of an iPhone last – few days, hours or months? Picture if you could buy yourself one of the best budget international tours at same or a lesser price, the memory of which would last for a lifetime! You […]
In an early morning session hosted by podcaster and TED2017 speaker Manoush Zomorodi, six speakers — Lucy Cooke, Ayanna Howard, Nivruti Rai, Monique W. Morris, Karissa Sanbonmatsu and Amanda Williams — brought us insights from the worlds of AI, robotics, epigenetics, education, and the wonderfully slow world of the sloth. Sustainability lessons from the sloth. Sloths […]
Yesterday when I was surfing through an online media website, an advertisement caught my eye. It was just a regular floating bar advertising discount flight tickets, but with specific cities and dates. I asked myself, “How would the internet know about my exact travel plans? What other private information did I leave in the ocean […]
In a world obsessed with interconnectivity and collaboration, sometimes transformation requires solitude.
For almost four months I was trying to get started on my next playwriting project. It wasn’t that I didn’t have any ideas. The trouble was finding an idea that I would feel passionate enough about to overcome my inertia. What was the idea that would keep me away from the TV for hours on […]
ZigZag is an incredible new podcast out of New York City, focused on modern-day empowerment, journalism, and most importantly, the domain of cryptocurrency and blockchain. As a newsroom by Civil, founders Manoush Zomorodi and Jen Poyant have translated their experiences at New York Public Radio to produce a top-notch audio series that covers a range […]