An overview of some of my writings

Who Said Daydreaming at Work Is Bad?


Science finds that daydreaming carries significant creative and problem-solving benefits at work

A woman thinking as seen through the images of a window
A woman thinking as seen through the images of a window
Photo by Pietro Tebaldi on Unsplash

How does daydreaming at work help?


EVERYDAY TECHNOLOGIES AND INVISIBLE INVENTORS

Margaret Knight: The female hero who invented mass market flat-bottomed paper grocery bags

Margaret Knight’s image superimposed on a paper grocery bag
Margaret Knight’s image superimposed on a paper grocery bag
Margaret Knight’s image on her invention. Image by Anup Sam Ninan

Adam Smith and America’s most famous nineteenth-century female inventor


DIGITAL FOOTPRINT

Image of a foot with data of different social media per minute consumption
Image of a foot with data of different social media per minute consumption
Graphic design by the author

The life of an internet minute


EVERYDAY TECHNOLOGIES AND INVISIBLE INVENTORS

In 1888, Ellen Eglin sold the rights of her mechanical clothes wringer because ‘White Ladies’ would not buy an invention by a ‘Negro Woman’.

A woman covered in a cloth hiding her personality
A woman covered in a cloth hiding her personality
Photo by Nilay Ramoliya from Pexels

Ellen Eglin: An Unsung Hero


MAHATMA GANDHI’S VIEWS ON RACE, ESPECIALLY BLACKS

A black folded fist with BLM written on the wrist
A black folded fist with BLM written on the wrist
Photo by Mattia Faloretti on Unsplash

Anup Sam Ninan PhD

Runaway academic. EU external expert. Knowledge entrepreneur. Flirting with AI/Conversational Technologies. Live in multiple worlds. More: https://bit.ly/AnupN

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