Here’s a running list of books, articles, movies, apps, games – anything related to my area of interest – that I plan to review as I develop my research.
Reality is Broken by Jane McGonigal
The Design of Everyday of Things by Don Norman
The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron … I accidentally borrowed the follow “Riding the Dragon” edition which also intrigues me
“Rules of Play”
“Swink Game Feel” (?)
Reclaiming Conversation by Sherry Turkle
Alone Together by Sherry Turkle
“Game Feel: The Secret Ingredient” by Steve Swink
“The End of Small Talk” by Tim Boomer
“Computer maps 21 distinct emotional expressions – even ‘happily disgusted’ “ by Ohio State University
“Why Tech Degrees Are Not Putting More Blacks and Hispanics into Tech Jobs” by Quoctrung Bui and Claire Cain Miller
TED talks give me inspiration and opens my mind to new ways of thinking. It is the best kind of procrastination.
Make: Magazine keeps me updated on new technological creations. There’s never a shortage of things to learn about.
theSkimm keeps me in the loop about popular world issues. It’s my “morning newspaper” equivalent.
Google Alerts sends me recent articles in topics I choose. I use it to get the most up-to-date articles in technology.
Pinterest is a social media website that helps me make inspiration boards. With so many possible professions, it is nice to have a way to organize them all and visualize everything that interests me.