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Two distinguished neuroscientists distil general principles from more than a century of scientific study, "reverse engineering" the brain to understand its design.
The different ways that social change happens, from unleashing to nudging to social cascades.
The fight for the future of the city street between pedestrians, street railways, and promoters of the automobile between 1915 and 1930.
A comprehensive account of how energy has shaped society throughout history, from pre-agricultural foraging societies through today's fossil fuel-driven civilization.
A systematic comparison of the three major economic theories, showing how they differ and why these differences matter in shaping economic theory and practice.
Documents how racial and social inequalities are built into our food system, and how communities are creating environmentally sustainable and socially just alternatives.
How to use design as a tool to create not only things but ideas, to speculate about possible futures.
A modern classic about how people really make decisions: drawing on prior experience, using a combination of intuition and analysis.
For anyone who has ever wondered how computers solve problems, an engagingly written guide for nonexperts to the basics of computer algorithms.
How we filter out what is irrelevant so we can focus on what we need to know.
A writer-musician examines how the switch from analog to digital audio is changing our perceptions of time, space, love, money, and power.
How deep learning-from Google Translate to driverless cars to personal cognitive assistants-is changing our lives and transforming every sector of the economy.
Concise lessons in design, drawing, the creative process, and presentation, from the basics of "How to Draw a Line" to the complexities of color theory.
A textbook with a hands-on approach that leads students through the gradual construction of a complete and working computer system including the hardware platform and the software hierarchy.
The rise and fall of identical copies: digital technologies and form-making from mass customization to mass collaboration.
How the extraordinary multisensory phenomenon of synesthesia has changed our traditional view of the brain.
Taking "Gangnam Style" seriously: what Internet memes can tell us about digital culture.
A classic examination of superb design through the centuries.
An expert explores the nature of pain: why it hurts and why some pain is good and some pain is bad.
Agamben charts a journey that ranges from poems of chivalry to philosophy, from Yvain to Hegel, from Beatrice to Heidegger.