Bioelectricity: the collective intelligence of cells
All cells, not just neurons, are capable of basic decision-making and memory.
Can e-ink be a viable alternative to LCD screens?
Our future selves might be shocked to think back to when we used backlit displays for all of the various digital tasks in our lives.
How to fix your indoor lighting
Upgrading your lighting is one of the most impactful purchases you can make to improve quality of life during the winter.
Mood Meter: identify and regulate your emotions
A map of emotion words to help people discover and label emotions with more specificity.
How Emotions Are Made
A radical new theory on what emotions are, where they come from, and how they shape our lives.
Rethinking notifications on future AR devices
What design affordances do we want around AR devices so that they don't inherit the shortcomings of today's notifications?
On the psychology of personality types
Why the Myers-Briggs personality test has such widespread appeal, how it compares to astrology signs, and why we might never settle on a unified theory of personality
On ultradian rhythms and aligning your day to them
What are ultradian rhythms, designing your day around them, and how music can help you align with your biological rhythms
A new metaphor for Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
Kaufman’s sailboat breathes new life into Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and his book provides a science-backed blueprint for applying it in your own life.
Setting your circadian clock
Andrew Huberman uses simple language to help you understand how your nervous system operates in the context of everyday life.