“Lean into each moment expecting magic and miracles.” — Global macro advisor to the heads of some of the world’s largest hedge funds, co-founder of Princeton Review, author of many books, master of chess and writer of a best seller on test preparation.
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Bob Taylor was the first project manager and person most responsible for the creation of the first national network — the ARPAnet — which is universally regarded as the precursor to today’s Internet. John Markoff, technology writer for The New York Times, talks with alumnus Taylor about computing, the Internet and its impact on communications and our society.
The 1910 Society Lecture Series kicks off the Graduate School’s 100-year celebration and is co-sponsored by the Dell Distinguished Lecture Series and the Department of Computer Science.
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Encore: Drums - with Jeff Franca on percussion Lady With a Fan - with Jeff Franca on percussion Terrapin Station - with Jeff Franca on percussion I Know You Rider - with Jeff Franca on percussion
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Alert for photosensitive viewers: Cory’s presentation includes white flashes on slide transitions. The first one occurs approximately 6 minutes into this talk. Please be aware when watching.
In this 2019 GDC session, Sony Santa Monica’s Cory Barlog explains why the road to creating a new God of War was a seemingly endless climb up an impossibly enormous mountain, filled with countless gut-wrenching failures and joyfully sweet successes.
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Known for his award-winning global achievements in infographics and multimedia as a professor, author, journalist, and designer, Alberto Cairo serves as the Knight Chair in Visual Journalism at the School of Communication at the University of Miami (UM). He is also the director of the Visualization Program of UM’s Center for Computational Science. Praised for his ability to explain in clear terms how to work with data, discover the stories hidden within, and share those stories with the world, Alberto transforms elementary principles of data and scientific reasoning into tools that can be used in daily life. When Alberto is not in the classroom helping his students explore and understand data, he’s busy authoring books, such as Infografía 2.0: Visualización interactiva de información en prensa (Alamut, Spain, 2008), The Functional Art: An Introduction to Information Graphics and Visualization (2012), and The Truthful Art: Data, Charts, and Maps for Communication (2016), to serve as resources to those wanting to learn more about data visualization. Over the past two decades, Alberto has been director of infographics and visualization at news organizations in Spain and Brazil, in addition to consulting with companies and educational institutions in more than 20 countries. You can learn more abou…
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In this episode, we get to speak with Dan Mall : Co-founder and CEO of Arcade, and Founder & CEO of SuperFriendly. We discuss the origins of SuperFriendly, Arcade, the "Get It Out of Your System" podcast, and more.
———————————————————————————————————- ⏱️Timestamps: 0:00 Intro 3:30 How has COVID affected your business? 6:13 Common misconception of freelancers 11:41 The start of SuperFriendly 17:07 The SuperFriend Model 21:06 Make Design Systems People Want to Use 34:00 Arcade: A Fun Way to Manage Design Tokens 37:23 Pain points for enterprise teams 40:20 "Get It Out of Your System" podcast 45:15 Invisionapp: Build your design system like the pros 49:00 Dan Mall’s day-to-day 57:24 Words of wisdom 59:30 Dan plays us out
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In this in-depth talk, ethnographer and leadership expert Simon Sinek reveals the hidden dynamics that inspire leadership and trust. In biological terms, leaders get the first pick of food and other spoils, but at a cost. When danger is present, the group expects the leader to mitigate all threats even at the expense of their personal well-being. Understanding this deep-seated expectation is the key difference between someone who is just an "authority" versus a true "leader."
For more on this topic, check out Sinek’s latest book Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t now available for pre-order.
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3:30 Happiness breakdown (4 chemicals) 5:53 1) Endorphins 7:16 Importance of endurance 7:59 2) Dopamine 8:19 Dopamine is to make sure get stuff done 9:10 Goals must be tangible - we have to see the goal to stay focused 10:17 Dopamine is dangerous when unbalanced 15:07 Feel safe 15:40 In our organization, danger isn’t a constant it is a variable 17:05 The responsibility of leadership is 2 things: 1) Determine who gets in and who doesn’t 2) how big do we make the circle of safety 17:33 Great leaders extend safety to the outermost of the org 17:53 3) Serotonin - leadership chemical 19:30 Trying to enforce relationshi…
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"Let’s Not Dumb Down the History of Computer Science" -Professor Emeritus Donald Knuth, Stanford University
For many years the history of computer science was presented in a way that was useful to computer scientists. But nowadays almost all technical content is excised; historians are concentrating rather on issues like how computer scientists have been able to get funding for their projects, and/or how much their work has influenced Wall Street. We no longer are told what ideas were actually discovered, nor how they were discovered, nor why they are great ideas. We get only a scorecard.
In this talk, Professor Donald Knuth explains why he is grateful for the continued excellence of papers on mathematical history, and he makes a plea for historians of computer science to get back on track.
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