He did recommend some online resources for us to use though.
There's this youtube channel:
And this book:
I also have this book:
But find it to be very difficult. Not for beginners by any means.
That should help get you started.
If you're interested, start by reading Robert J. Lang http://www.langorigami.com/ and Erik Demaine http://erikdemaine.org/.
Origami Design Secret is the best introduction on modern techniques: http://www.amazon.com/Origami-Design-Secrets-Mathematical-Me...
I also read a lot. It's not cool yet, but it will be if I get to read 100+ non-fiction books in one year. That's my goal for 2015.
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