Everyone's favorite Science Guy chats with Vsauce3's Jake Roper about the importance of science education in ensuring future generations remain creative, experimental, and evolutionarily competitive.
On Friday 27 February, Big Think partner PwC hosted its second global webcast focused on the question, ‘What would you do if you were not afraid?’ The webcast was part of ‘Aspire to Lead: The PwC Women’s...
Arianna Huffington argues that mindfulness meditation is a necessary antidote to America's unhealthy work culture.
Psychologists who were becoming bored with the internet by the late '90s only had to wait a few more years before the ultimate petri dish of human thought and behavior emerged.
"To be an artist is a blessing and a privilege. Artists must never betray their true hearts. Artists must look beneath the surface and show that there is more to this world than what meets the eye."
The author of a new book on straightening out bad personal habits recently offered a basic glimpse into her anti-sabotage playbook.
Bill Scheft is a novelist, columnist, and television writer for the Late Show With David Letterman. His most recent book is Everything Hurts.
Bill Scheft doubts the political influence of Late Night comedy.
Don’t believe Larry David when he tells you he doesn’t resemble his screen persona, says his friend Bill Scheft.
Bill Scheft on the lifestyle of a Letterman writer.
Bad grades in Latin class led Bill Scheft to a career in comedy.
A conversation with the novelist and David Letterman Show writer.