11 Jun 2016

Daten visualisieren mit D3.js – video2brain

By |2017-05-24T17:00:46+00:00June 11th, 2016|Allgemein, Technology|0 Comments

Meine Notizen zu dem Kurs Daten visualisieren mit D3.js Einführung in D3 Data-driven Documents Automatische Manipulation von DOM-Elementen mit Daten Darstellungen werden über SVG realisiert Dient primär der Datendarstellung Kein Ersatz für jQuery, Angular, … Wird auch von der NY Times verwendet Kurz zusammengefasst: Mit D3 lassen sich einfach DOM-Elemente generieren, Graphik entsteht über die [...]

23 Feb 2016

Improving text editors for authors (1)

By |2017-05-24T17:00:47+00:00February 23rd, 2016|Technology|0 Comments

Motivation I'm a programmer. There you have it. I like to write stories. How does one do that? No, I'm not talking about participating in a course or reading books about plotting etc (Fun fact: I'm reading 'The Hero with a Thousand Faces'). I already did that. I'm thinking about which tools do you use? [...]

10 Jan 2016

Around the web – Highlights Week 01/16

By |2017-05-24T17:00:49+00:00January 10th, 2016|Allgemein, Uncategorized|0 Comments

A list of the articles I read the last weeks (44/2015 - 01/2016) and the highlights I made for them. (Last week)   Clear Your Mind and Get Some Exercise With Walking Meditation Spend some time walking around your town fully engaged in your surroundings. That means no earbuds, no mind wandering off thinking about whatever. Just [...]

15 Nov 2015

Principles of Game Design

By |2017-05-24T17:00:50+00:00November 15th, 2015|Technology|0 Comments

My notes for Principles of Game Design, without any warranty.   Getting Started with Game Design Welcome game developers... Now is the time to begin exploring the game design and development process. We're going to discuss the process of game design as well as how to begin cultivating your inner game designer. The first week is [...]

25 Oct 2015

Around the web – Highlights Week 43

By |2017-05-24T17:00:50+00:00October 25th, 2015|Allgemein|0 Comments

A list of the articles I read this week (43) and the highlights I made for them. (Last week)   7 Things Leaders Do to Help People Change Ever tried to change anyone’s behavior at work? It can be extremely frustrating. So often the effort produces an opposite result: rupturing the relationship, diminishing job performance, or causing the [...]

18 Oct 2015

Around the web – Highlights Week 42

By |2017-05-24T17:00:51+00:00October 18th, 2015|Allgemein, Lifehacker, Technology|0 Comments

A list of the articles I read this week (42) and the highlights I made for them. (Last week)   Develop Your Emotional Intelligence by Watching Great Television Dramas After it was all said and done, the drama-watching group’s empathy scores were substantially higher than the nonfiction-watching group. Black and Barnes speculate that watching fictional people experience [...]

11 Oct 2015

Around the web – Highlights Week 41

By |2017-05-24T17:00:52+00:00October 11th, 2015|Allgemein, Lifehacker, Technology|0 Comments

A list of the articles I read this week (41) and the highlights I made for them. (Last week)   Toxic Habits: Overthinking Rumination is thinking (and thinking and thinking) about something upsetting, but in a passive way, without actually taking action. Rumination makes people think they are working on a problem, but not only does rumination not produce [...]

4 Oct 2015

Around the web – Highlights Week 40

By |2017-05-24T17:00:52+00:00October 4th, 2015|Allgemein, Lifehacker, Technology|0 Comments

A list of the articles I read this week (40) and the highlights I made for them. (Last week) VP9 encoding/decoding performance vs. HEVC/H.264 For example, the red point at 1960kbps has an SSIM score of 18.16. The blue line has two points at 17.52 (1950) and 18.63 (3900kbps). Interpolation gives an estimated point for SSIM=18.16 [...]

27 Sep 2015

Around the web – Highlights Week 39

By |2017-05-24T17:00:53+00:00September 27th, 2015|Allgemein, Lifehacker|0 Comments

A list of the articles I read this week (39) and the highlights I made for them.   Do You Really Need a Good Night’s Sleep to Exercise Well? So when we’re talking about aerobic exercise like running or cycling, there’s anywhere from a small-to-zero difference in your performance. Aerobic (like distance running) and anaerobic (like [...]

20 Sep 2015

Human-Centered Design: an Introduction

By |2017-05-24T17:00:54+00:00September 20th, 2015|Technology|0 Comments

My notes for Human-Centered Design: an Introduction, without any warranty. If you find any errors or, more importantly, the answer to the final exam question (the one marked with '???'), please don't hesitate to contact me! About the course: In this course, you will learn how to design technologies that bring people joy, rather [...]