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May 2014

The Science of Bruce Lee’s One-Inch Punch - Popular Mechanics

by rvuong & 1 other

Forget all those broken boards and crumbled concrete slabs. No feat of martial arts is more impressive than Bruce Lee’s famous strike, the one-inch punch. From a single inch away, Lee was able to muster an explosive blow that could knock opponents clean off the ground. Lee mastered it, fans worldwide adored it, and Kill Bill "borrowed" it. But if you’re like us, you want to know how it works.

While the biomechanics behind the powerful blow certainly aren’t trivial, the punch owes far more to brain structure than to raw strength.

April 2014

L’entreprise auto-organisée en « ordre spontané », l’exemple de Valve Corporation | Contrepoints

by rvuong & 2 others, 2 comments
Comment les entreprises peuvent-elles fonctionner sans hiérarchie, et en quoi la structure de management de Valve, entreprise de création de jeux vidéo, s’inscrit-elle dans le monde économique moderne ?

Un bon samouraï n'a peur de rien, pas même de nager en armure

by rvuong & 1 other
Marcher ou courir en grande tenue de samouraï, casque et bottes en prime, n'est pas la chose la plus facile au monde. Mais le samouraï apprécie les défis, et nager en armure en est un digne d'être relevé.

January 2014

December 2013

November 2013

Propriété numérique et génération insupportable

by rvuong

Ce média profondément disruptif que fut internet [...] se mue en son exact inverse.

October 2013

Using Dark Patterns for Good

by rvuong

[...] while others are downright unacceptable, such as Pixmania, which actually adds products to customer’s shopping carts without asking!

Futures of the Book

by rvuong

Futures of the Book is a week of discussions about the future of reading and writing in the digital age.

Start Something: The Power of Side Projects

by rvuong

In an age where so many people are talkers and so few are doers, side projects can be the factor that sets you apart from the rest of the pack.

September 2013

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October 2012

April 2012

Internet 2012. Que reste-t-il de notre révolution ?

by rvuong & 1 other
texte d'un chercheur sur les attentes (déçues ?) de l'Internet

December 2011

Why programmers work at night

by rvuong

A popular saying goes that Programmers are machines that turn caffeine into code.

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