Our friend Joshua Foer, memory champion and author of the fantastic book “Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything,” shows how he stores incredible amounts of useful (and useless) information in the memory palace in his head.
Robots have a hard time making their way across uneven, unstable terrain.
Beijing, China. If this fascinates you, so long as you are not sitting in it, I highly recommend Tom Vanderbilt’s fantastic book “Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do (and What It Says About Us).” Below, Tom’s presentation at our Boing Boing: Ingenuity 2013 conference.
We’d all love a 75-inch TV screen on which to view our favorite shows. But not all of us can drop the cash needed to get one of those broadcasting beauties (or even have the space needed to house them).Thankfully, there’s an alternative. With the SainSonic Mini LED Portable Projector (only $59.99 in the Boing Boing Store), you can project a picture […]
If you want to add some real firepower to your programming repertoire, learn Java–one of the most adaptable, widely-used programming platforms around. You can easily do that with this Ultimate Java bundle, now just $69 in the Boing Boing Store.Across 14 lectures and 117 hours of content, the educators at online academy eduCBA will walk you through […]
Every company wants to harness the power of social media, but few understand how to make that happen. Be one of those select few with this Social Media Marketing Course & Certification package, now just $29 in the Boing Boing Store.Over 12 modules of course material, you’ll learn what it takes to increase a brand’s […]