Hi, I'm Sam. I love technology, especially the kind I can use in class. In fact, I love technology even if it isn't for class. I keep a list of resources. They're hand-picked by me, Sam.
“Those nerds are a threat to our way of life.”- Stan Gable addressing Ogre and the Alpha Betas in Revenge of the Nerds 2
Below are 3 bite-sized resources. Small in appearance however they satisfy the most hearty appetites for learning. 45 seconds and you walk away with new recipes to inspire curiosity. In the spirit of Tri Lambs, enjoy these 3 resources to help you find Nerd status.
Catch me when I have time, I will share my analysis on the subtle yet important difference between a Nerd and a Dork. For now, trust me Nerd is a desirable trait.
“Expand you knowledge universe in just 5 minutes a day.” High brow makes a bold proclamation. Pick a course. Each morning bite-sized knowledge bombs are delivered to your mailbox.
Highbrow provides a multidisciplinary approach with a menu of available courses. Brain-twisting paradoxes has been a treat, it was the first course I signed up for. I’d be lying if I said I didn’t enjoy checking my inbox each morning. Triffin dilemma was the economic paradox I grappled with this morning, in case you were wondering.
Highbrow is an Olympic size pool of ideas for you to swim with. When you are slow to dive in HighBrow is there to help by delivering content. Don’t waste time with your toes in the water, dive into learning something new with Highbrow.
Did you know Mars has the largest dust storms in the solar system? Me either. Until I joined InstaNerd. I even found out why the sky is blue. Check out my post on Twitter to find out why.
Push a button and receive a reward. A reward that is actually useful. InstaNerd is the digital contemporary of Pavlov’s conditional response experiment. Only with nerds and knowledge, instead of dogs and food. Click the link to collect a treat.
Curiosity allows deep exploration. “Never stop learning” an appropriate slogan when you have access to some of the most engaging videos available.
Select 1 of 16 available categories and saddle up. Where else could you learn 10 little-known facts about Nikola Tesla under 3 minutes? 2 minutes and 45 seconds to be exact.
A death beam designed by Tesla was tested by the United States Military after his death. Tesla’s belongings which included the papers for the death ray disappeared shortly after his passing.
Where did it all go? Check out Curiosity to learn more on the fly.
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