Author: Kevin Ashton Publisher: Anchor ISBN: 0804170061 Size: 76.64 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi View: 6657 DownloadRead Online
Drawing on examples from art, science, business, and invention, from Mozart to the Muppets, Archimedes to Apple, Kandinsky to a can of Coke,How to Fly a Horse is a passionate and immensely rewarding exploration of how “new” comes to be.
Author: Pagan Kennedy Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt ISBN: 0544324013 Size: 53.45 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Docs View: 3117 DownloadRead Online
Inventology uses the stories of inventors and surprising research to reveal the steps that produce innovation.
Author: Joseph T. Hallinan Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc. ISBN: 0767928067 Size: 53.67 MB Format: PDF View: 2783 DownloadRead Online
Hallinan sets out to explore the captivating science of human error, and delves into psychology, neuroscience, and economics to discover why some of the same qualities that make us efficient also make us error-prone.
Author: Christine Sismondo Publisher: Oxford University Press ISBN: 9780199752935 Size: 69.44 MB Format: PDF, Kindle View: 4676 DownloadRead Online
" With fast-paced narration and lively characters, she carries the story through the twentieth century and beyond, from repeated struggles over licensing and Sunday liquor sales, from the Whiskey Rebellion to the temperance movement, from ...
Author: Sarah H. Davis Publisher: Harvard University Press ISBN: 0674063333 Size: 14.73 MB Format: PDF, Kindle View: 4961 DownloadRead Online
As they immerse themselves in foreign cultures, trained anthropologists find that accepting difference is one thing, experiencing it is quite another.
Author: Judith Flanders Publisher: Macmillan ISBN: 1250024889 Size: 51.80 MB Format: PDF, Docs View: 5290 DownloadRead Online
Through these stories of murder-from the brutal to the pathetic-Flanders builds a rich and multi-faceted portrait of Victorian society in Great Britain.
Author: Ian Leslie Publisher: Hachette UK ISBN: 1782064966 Size: 40.90 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi View: 5453 DownloadRead Online
Which side of the 'curiosity divide' are you on? In Curious Ian Leslie makes a passionate case for the cultivation of our desire to know. Curious people tend to be smarter, more creative and more successful.
Author: Steven J. Paley Publisher: Prometheus Books ISBN: 1616142715 Size: 64.85 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi View: 3750 DownloadRead Online
He is candid about the realities of hard work and the need to learn from the inevitable mistakes along the way.Full of insights and practical guidance from a successful inventor and entrepreneur, The Art of Invention will open new avenues ...
Author: John Kounios Publisher: Random House ISBN: 0099537370 Size: 17.42 MB Format: PDF, Docs View: 4165 DownloadRead Online
John Kounios and Mark Beeman, leading experts on the neural bases of insight and creative thinking, have conducted pioneering neuroimaging research examining brain activity at and before these moments of clarity.