Friday roundup: The Lab’s must-reads/views/listens/plays/thinks

Each week at the Lab, we eat lunch together: professional developers, designers, faculty, and students from all over the university. It’s an awesome cross-section of people with varied backgrounds and life experiences, but we share a common interest in media and technology. Yesterday we chatted about augmented reality, encrypted messaging, and for awhile, we talked about pigeons.

We also shared links and recommendations to the media we’re consuming, which we’re passing along here.

Design of Everyday Things” by Don Norman
The Diamond Age” by Neal Stephenson
Bonk” and “Grunt” by Mary Roach

Science Versus by Wendy Zukerman
99% Invisible

Open Street Map
Monument Valley

There’s Only One R 
Source (Open News)

Youtube Channel:
Corridor Digital (beware of YouTube autoplay!)

The Life of Birds by David Attenborough

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