Almost everyone takes a statistics class as part of their college career, but how many of us retain that knowledge past the final exam?
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All the world’s a stage, and nothing produces drama quite like an oil spill. But one should look behind the curtains to really understand our dependence on the pump.
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I always knew that music was art – I just didn’t realize it could be a visual art.
The nation is up in arms over the Gulf oil spill, but is there an even greater environmental catastrophe on the other side of the world and at the end of oil’s life cycle?
Tune in on June 9th, 2010 to hear me present on how UNC is slashing up to 50% of a building’s yearly energy consumption.
You’ve spilled some food, and don’t know whether it’s better to clean the mess with paper towels or a kitchen sponge. The embodied energy of simple decisions may surprise you.
Can drawing help you solve problems and sell ideas?
Tweet Call me a luddite, but I just don’t know if I’m ready for Twitter. I mean, I get the concept of micro-blogging, and I certainly have a lengthy backlog of links and stories that I’ll never have time to macro-blog about, but is there real value in the hit-and-run style of Twitter? According to [...]
TweetIf you give presentations, and I suspect you do, there’s a lot you can do to make them more interesting, more engaging, and best yet, get people to respond with action. The folks over at Duarte Design have put together a short list of 5 rules, and a slideshow that puts them to use. As [...]