Category: links into awesomeness

  • Different styles of thinking

    The author of this New Yorker article needs to talk to think. Other people talk in their heads until they open their mouth (like me) others again have lots of picture or even movies in their thoughts. And there is so much more:

  • More calming coziness for our brains

    YouTube is auch a Great Tool to get in certain state of minds. If I need some inspiration or support my cozy study room athmosphere , I love to dive into some Hogwarts Gryffindor room sounds: I put together a playlist with different sound ambiences in our Free Range Thinking YouTube Channel

  • What a beautiful website

    You have to try that!

  • Aphantasia and creativity at Pixar and Disney

    The former CEO of Pixar, Ed Catmull has Aphantasia and still was able to become one of the greatest animators and inventors of characters. He even realized that lots of Pixar’s animators and character designers are aphantasts. Two interesting articles about him and Glen Keane l, the inventor of Ariel the mermaid at Disney…

  • Whoop Whoop! We have a YouTube Channel πŸ™‚

    Here we post short (2-10 minutes) and REALLY short (60 second) clips from our conversations πŸ™‚ See it as our long running best-of album πŸ™‚

  • Hybrid Humans CafΓ© – Every 1st and 3rd Friday

    Sharon and Saskia invite you into a Zoomroom with lots of interesting conversations and French pastry πŸ™‚ The usual link isβ˜•οΈπŸ° Hybrid Humans CafΓ©!

  • Make Stuff Club by Jesse Driftwood and Levi Allen

    WOAH! Two of Alexβ€˜s favoritetestest youtubers started a podcast about neurodivergent creators / artists!

  • Garrison vs Combat Mindsets

    In this Episode of Huberman Labs the Ex-Navy Seal Jocko Willink describes an interesting concept that might hint how neurodivergent people thrive even in the military. The bit starts at 19:10