Microsoft needed a guardian angel when it decided to enter the console wars with the Xbox. Instead it got a Halo.
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?
Is attention an endangered species? How do you collaborate with people who hate you? This week on Big Think's podcast, we're joined by actor, activist, and internet superhero George Takei.
A sociologist has launched a blistering attack on his own field, but the problem he addresses is something that affects us all.
Some people just love their jobs and can't fathom having to hang it up. If you're one of these people, it's important to put yourself in a position where you can keep going as long as you like.
Brian Henson’s latest show is derived from early memories of watching his dad off-set with the Muppets.
A science background helped Brian Henson create his first scene ever in “The Great Muppet Caper.”
Jim Henson knew the value of letting people make mistakes.
A look at the process of bringing a puppet to life.
Puppetry is one of the oldest art forms, and its effect can't be replicated with 3D digital animation.
Brian Henson talks about growing up with stuffed siblings.