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Sensor Tracking Behavior in the Workplace
Designing for Teens' & Young Adults' Engagement with Digital Health
Bounced Checks at the UI/AI Intersection
Revealing Data: Creepy or Curious?
Human in the Loop Reinforcement Learning
Digital Technologies and Intimate Partner Violence
User Frustration with "User Engagement"
Making "Making" Accessible
The Future of Personal Computing
Howto Haptic: Supporting Design of Haptic Interactions
Learning to Code: Why we Fail, How We Flourish
Productive Efficiency, Ideology, and AI in Wikipedia
Beyond Personalization Using Platforms
Tools for Creativity: The Story of Paper, Pencil, and Paste
Explorations into Embodied Knowledge and AR/VR
Crowdsourcing for Machine Learning
Solving Photo Mysteries with Expert-Led Crowdsourcing
Advancing Collective Innovation
Taking AR to Task - Explaining Where and How in the Real World
Creating, Sharing, and Privacy - Designing Social Technologies for Older Adults
Designing Community Engagement
Learn how other hackers & programmers are building successful online businesses, from scratch.
We curate & summarise the best case studies, and give you the step-by-step process other makers took to build, launch & grow their business. No fluff, just the actionable meat.
I'm Karim, founder of Classroomies. Classroomies is a 24/7 broadcast of pre-recorded Stanford lectures on the topics of Startups, Computer Science & Business.
I became addicted to online lectures from universities like Stanford, Harvard & MIT after getting my engineering & art degree in the Netherlands.
In all honesty, I've learned more from those Youtube videos than from my teachers when I was still in school.
The one thing I do miss from offline-universities are the discussions with fellow classmates. For me, that's where the magic happened.
That's why I've built Classroomies - Bringing the social interactions of a real university / campus to online educational content.
Classroomies is an experiment (still in beta), exploring a better format for online classes, aiming to enable likeminded people to connect & discuss the intellectual material at hand.
Go to the "Notes" section & learn how
proven founders built & launched profitable online businesses.
"Productive Efficiency, Ideology, and AI in Wikipedia"