The acclaimed author delved deeply into magic realism for his latest book. Here, he describes why this genre continues to thrive.
Creating a podcast isn't as easy as it looks. It's also not too difficult to learn. Take it from one of the hosts of Gimlet Media's "Reply All."
Don't let delusions of freewheeling grandeur fool you; the best advice for a young entrepreneur is to establish values and rules, and then live up to them.
Until the Internet was allowed on commercial flights, the solution to assuage my fear of flying was to find the nearest airport pub and throw a few back before boarding the plane. That’s all changed.
Can a video game literally save your life? This week on Big Think's podcast we discuss three surprise ideas with game developer and researcher Jane McGonigal.
Free markets aren’t like gravity. They’re ruled by neither laws of nature nor commandments carved in stone. Delegating our ethics to markets risks costly error. All things are not equally auctionable.
Basically, the Rust Belt before it rusted.
The median house price in London's most expensive borough is almost six times as high as in its cheapest one.
How Futurism gave us the word "robot," the movie Metropolis, and this map of the body as a factory.
"Heaps Good" is Australian slang, not some DC hipster band
So there is a Nazi train hidden in a tunnel somewhere in southwest Poland. Or is there?
Maycomb is not on any map of the real world, but that doesn't mean it can't be mapped.
Malta and Hungary are refugee giants, Spain and Poland are refugee dwarves.
The first leaves of the year are turning just about now.
Some maps would rather make a point than give directions.
Lego and New York. They were made for each other.