In advance of Computer Science Education Week, which kicks off on Monday, Code.org has brought together some of the biggest names in the tech industry to teach everyone to code. All it takes is an hour to start learning.
It’s happened to us all at one point or another: The dish you’ve cooked is too salty, too spicy or perhaps just too… meh. The key to correcting — and preventing — this is balance, when all the flavours of the dish work in harmony. Here’s what you should know so you can make fantastic dishes, whether you’re working with a recipe or just winging it.
Storytelling is an important skill, whether you’re a professional writer or not. Who better to teach us about excellent storytelling than the creative folks at Pixar? Here are 22 rules to phenomenal storytelling, shared by Brave storyboard artist Emma Coats.
A perfectly timed nap, set for the right amount of time, can do wonders for your brain. If you’d rather not set your alarm, or you just don’t know when you’ll actually fall asleep, try this natural method of timing your nap, attributed to Albert Einstein, Salvador Dali, Aristotle and other wise people.
This one exercise can greatly improve your mobility and flexibility — and cure the many ills that come from sitting hunched in front of a screen all day. It takes just 30 seconds, and you don’t need any equipment.