Stephen J. Dubner of Freakonomics fame thinks the United States would benefit from a National Firearms Safety Administration to collate firearms data, similar to how the National Highway Traffic Safety...
The world is full of untapped potential. A lack of leadership leads to latent energy going to waste. In the Internet age, who will step up to be our much-needed figurehead for creative progress?
Theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss explains his main gripe with organized religion: "It implies things about the real world that are just not true."
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's comments are plainly spoken, aspirational, and cognizant of an American aesthetic. It's presidential material, actually.
A resourceful Briton named Daniel Beaumont went on Tinder dates with 32 women who helped him get across the continent.
Words of wisdom from Cuban national hero José Martí: "Everything that divides men, everything that specified, separates, or pens them, is a sin against humanity."
Tactics from successful storytelling can be leveraged in order to communicate any idea, from business to politics, says filmmaker Barry Ptolemy.
A conversation with the producer and director of the film “Transcendent Man”.
The filmmaker shares the trials and tribulations of movie making.
The filmmaker talks about his future, his desires and his favorite films.
The filmmaker talks about the futuristic ideas of Ray Kurzweil.