Science isn’t easy, but it’s only that much harder when you don’t equip yourself with the right tools. These are some of the resources to which I wish I had been introduced when I was younger.


Your work won’t mean much if you can’t share it with others.

Trees, maps, and theorems More signal, less noise.

Confessions of a Public Speaker You owe your audience a good talk.

Garr Reynolds Don’t undercut your work with terrible slides.


This one may be limited to the physicists; physics makes a whole lot more sense when you actual understand the language in which it is written.

Gauge Fields, Knots and Gravity Don’t be scared by the title, the pedagogy in Part I is amazing.

Classical Dynamics Kind of like Goldstein for those who actually want to understand from where the equations come.