In this video from Big Think Edge, famed author and economist Tim Harford, who has been called “Britain’s Malcolm Gladwell”, contends that it's not enough to simply communicate support for the idea of failure; rather, organizations must help their people develop successful mindsets with which to engage their failures.
A disease still in the initial stages of investigation causes some individuals to literally get drunk from eating normal amounts of carbohydrates.
Criticisms from animal rights activists and concerns for the elephants' welfare have prompted the "Greatest Show on Earth" to retire its pachyderm performers in three years' time.
"If we are to change our world view, images have to change. The artist now has a very important job to do. He's not a little peripheral figure entertaining rich people; he's really needed."
Some automakers worry about the ability of companies like Apple and Google to quickly leverage their substantial cash reserves to innovate the auto industry ahead of them.
How do you erase something that has gone viral, like a meme? The idea pits our right to privacy against a community that's hungry to share. So, how do we even begin to police it?
Contemporary public school education teaches children what amounts to moral relativism. That's a serious problem, explains philosophy professor Justin McBrayer.