Daniel Steinbock is an American anthropologist interested in embodied cognition, optical illusions of consciousness, and the creative genius of community. By day he is a Senior Researcher at Google. By night he is a musician and songwriter. In the liminal hours, he writes.
Previously: Lecturer in Design at Stanford University's d.school, design professor at Keio University, Tokyo, and doctoral researcher in cognitive anthropology and learning sciences at the Stanford Graduate School of Education.
My past and present lives
Storytelling card game & podcast
Word cloud generator
the untapped 1/3 of life
theory and explanation of an embarrassment
design lessons from the uncarved block