Những người bán hàng rong xưa ở hà nội

Originally posted on 36hn:
Hàng rong có từ bao giờ? Từ thế kỷ XVII, các nhà buôn, nhà truyền giáo phương Tây đã đến Thăng Long. Họ gọi thành phố này là Kẻ Chợ vì dân cư đông đúc, chỗ nào cũng thấy kẻ mua, người bán. Chợ không chỉ có ở các phường nghề…

Diễn giải IKIGAI

Originally posted on vũ bão:
* Theo cách hiểu cá nhân. * Tham khảo: https://www.facebook.com/namhhn/posts/832502683478337 IKIGAI được hiểu là “cảm giác có gì đó có ý nghĩa để sống, để mỗi sớm mai thức giấc có thể dễ dàng vùng dậy với cảm giác vui sướng để sống một ngày thật hiệu quả, đầy ý nghĩa…

parkour, precision and patience (with a dash of frustration)

Originally posted on EkamYogini:
parkour training certainly offers a lot for someone to chew on, physically and mentally. i’m really starting to like the strength and technique building of these tuesday sessions as they’re much more like my ashtanga practice: disciplined, measured, and technical. i highly recommend parkour, you know, if your ashtanga yoga practice…

Is a Joke Really Like a Frog?

Originally posted on Humor in America:
A commonly accepted truth holds that to explain a joke ruins it. But is it true? Humor depends upon some level of shared ground — a shared communal or cultural background that helps give the joke meaning.  Whatever theory of humor you ascribe to, or whichever theory is appropriate…

Interview with Julie Dillon

Originally posted on the Little Red Reviewer:
Ok blog tour participants and anyone else who has a  copy of The Book of Apex Vol 4, raise your hand if you have a print copy.  it looks wet, doesn’t it? I left the book on the kitchen table a few times, and even my husband wondered…

Fantasy Sub-Categories

Originally posted on Writing and Illustrating:
Agent Connor Goldsmith over at Fuse Literary had a very helpful post that you shouldn’t miss. He lists the subcategories for the following genres: Fantasy, Science fiction, and Horror. Connor says, “These categories are very mutable and there’s tons of overlap between them. This is more meant to be…

Think Big, Start Small

Originally posted on David Cummings on Startups:
Entrepreneurs are dreamers. So many ideas and so much potential. Only, coming up with an amazing vision doesn’t translate into results. Entrepreneurs need to think big but start small. Here are a few thoughts on starting small: Find 10 customers (get sales first!) Make a simplified one page…

“Define” Pt. 2 Of My Stanford Design Thinking Crash Course

Originally posted on Joey Aquino:
Taking what you were able to unpack with your story maps in the empathy stage, it is time to define the user inspired problem. The ultimate goal of the “Define” stage is: 1. To develop a deep understanding of your users and the design space. 2. To create an actionable…

Create loading screen using Unity

Goal: We’re going do something like this. Before getting start, there’re few questions: Game create in Unity how game screens is organized? How code interaction with game graphics objects? How to make progress animation in Unity? How to draw into a scene in Unity? More detail question to reach our loading screen goal: How to using custom…

[Unity] Design layout for multiples resolution

We will face with this problem when make game in mobile & will ask how to solve by Unity  When we design UI in unity, usually we drag/drop to refine UI element’s position, but: How about we change screen direction( portrait to landscape, landscape to portrait )? How about we currently design for HD screen…