Software Engineer at http://improbable.io in London. Ex Google Zürich. Writer and actor on weekends. More at http://gabrielgambetta.com
I love art. Monet’s Water Lilies make my heart beat faster, my insides somersault, and my mind swirl with words and colors. Few experiences compare.
I don’t love the things that get exhibited in contemporary art galleries. If you prefer: I don’t…
This door from a train toilet is a great example of adding information in an attempt to fix bad UI design.
I’ve been writing blogs on my commute for years now but this week decided to write a book too.
Hey this is a great resource, thanks for taking the time to document how you went about doing this. I’ll be using some of these techniques for my next book!
Inspirational! Did the snowflake method help with the actual creative process or did you already have the story in your head? Adding it to my ‘to-read’ list!
Or why complexity science is relevant to gamers
In 1984 The Santa Fe Institute, then a nascent, interdisciplinary research body, held one of its first workshops. “Emergent Syntheses in Science” was an event which gathered together…