How Computers Work
National Center for Computing Education, Raspberry Pi Foundation
Marc Scott from the Raspberry Pi Foundation explains the history and science behind how computers work.
How Do Empires Work?
The Open University, Karl Hack
This online course from The Open University demonstrates the structure and tactics of empires through the lens of the Opium Wars between China and Britain.
How Email Took Over the World
You're Wrong About, Sarah Marshall, Anne Helen Petersen
In this April 2022 episode of the You're Wrong About podcast, host Sarah Marshall meets with writer and intellectual Anne Helen Petersen to discuss the phenomenon of email.
How Emotions Are Made
Lisa Feldman Barrett
How Emotions Are Made explores the often misconstrued world of human feelings and the cutting-edge science behind how they're formed.
How Everyone Can Become a Bitcoin Miner
The Pomp Podcast, Anthony Pompliano, Whit Gibbs
This December 2021 episode of The Pomp Podcast features Whit Gibbs, the founder of Compass Mining, who explains how the company brings the profitable business of bitcoin mining to the mass market.
How Google Does Machine Learning
Google Cloud Training
This fascinating course dives under the hood of Google's machine learning models, revealing that AI is more about logic than data.
How Lucid Dreaming Can Change Your Life
The Mindvalley Podcast , Vishen Lakhiani, Charlie Morley
This February 2021 episode of the Mindvalley Podcast delves into the science of lucid dreaming and its potential for therapeutic healing and spiritual guidance.
How Macro Investors Are Investing in Crypto
The Pomp Podcast, Anthony Pompliano, Dan Tapiero
In this February 2022 episode of The Pomp Podcast, host Anthony Pompliano and Dan Tapiero, CEO of investment fund 10T Holdings, discuss crypto and traditional assets, unraveling why hedge fund managers view crypto as an investment.
How Medicine Mansplained Women's Health
Unexplainable, Noam Hassenfeld
In this December 2021 episode of the Unexplainable podcast, health experts and journalists outline the barriers to women's health research.
How Music Works
Talking Heads singer-songwriter David Byrne takes a deep dive into music, from its production to its history and impact on humanity.
How Not to Be Wrong
How Not To Be Wrong shows you that math is really just the science of common sense and that studying a few key mathematical ideas can help you assess risks better, make the right decisions, navigate the world effortlessly and be wrong a lot less.
How the Word Is Passed
Poet and journalist Clint Smith travels across the U.S. and beyond to provide a historical overview of slavery and its defining role in creating modern America.
How the World Works
Noam Chomsky, David Barsamian
How the World Works is a succinct, accessible introduction to the remarkable ideas of one of the great thinkers of our time — Noam Chomsky.
How to Argue With a Racist
A leading geneticist demonstrates the absence of evidence supporting the existence of separate races within humanity.
How to Avoid a Climate Disaster
Billionaire and philanthropist Bill Gates lays out a clear, understandable overview of the challenges posed by human-caused climate change, what we're doing right, and where we need to improve.
How to Bake
BBC Good Food
Master the basics of baking. In this course aimed at beginner and intermediate bakers, BBC Good Food experts take you on an in-depth journey through five baking classics, from sponge cake to meringue.
How to Be a Friend
Marcus Tullius Cicero, Philip Freeman
How to Be a Friend is a discourse on the principles of true friendship from Roman philosopher and statesman Marcus Tullius Cicero.
How to Be a Productivity Ninja
In How to Be a Productivity Ninja, productivity expert Graham Allcott offers practical advice and exercises to help you stay calm, get through your to-do lists, and protect your attention span.
How to Be a Stoic
How To Be A Stoic is a practical guide to applying ancient philosophy in modern life, covering the principles Socrates, Epictetus, and Cato followed in the three disciplines of desire, action, and assent.
How to Be Alone
How To Be Alone shows you that solitude not only has its benefits, but is a vital component of happiness. Embracing it can help you discover what you need why it's okay to let society think you're a bit weird sometimes.
How to Be an Epicurean
Philosopher Catherine Wilson provides an accessible introduction to the ancient Greek philosophy of Epicureanism and explains how it can be applied to our modern lives.