Daniel Honan is the Managing Editor at Big Think. Prior to Big Think, Daniel was Vice President of Production for Plum TV, a niche cable network he helped launch in 2002. The production team he oversaw won over two dozen Emmy awards. Daniel has created numerous shows and documentaries for television, and his film credits include Stealing the Fire, a documentary on the black market for nuclear weapons technology.
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How can the ethics of compromise and confrontation, as practiced in Washington, be improved?
“What we’re seeing here, this guy is the Leonardo da Vinci—the Albert Einstein—of tennis.”
We are in need of tools to help us truly examine our own attitudes.
Marshall McLuhan, the outlandish visionary of 60s and 70s who predicted the World Wide Web, created a blueprint for innovation in the digital age.
The idea of the "Eureka! moment" might very well prove to be the most useful concept that Archimedes passed down to us.
How do you get a million and a half people to read a blog post on tax policy? Obama digital wunderkind Teddy Goff has a simple mantra: don't be lame.
In the spirit of maintaining an open mind, and in an attempt to purge myself of past prejudices, I will be re-reading The Great Gatsby this weekend.
A study shows a substantial decline in general intelligence of 1.23 IQ points per decade or fourteen IQ points since Victorian times.