Who launches a nuclear weapon if the president has been killed? Investigative journalist Eric Schlosser explains the chilling history of American nuclear authority and chain of command.
Instead of returning anger with anger, Robert Thurman advocates the practice of lovingkindness, a translation of the Pali word mettā that is found in the original Buddhist texts.
Futurist and learning expert Elliott Masie explains how setting up hackathons can help successful companies find unique and creative solutions.
Hugs may have healing properties (beyond making you feel warm and fuzzy). This flu season add a hug a day to your regimen--it may help lessen your cold symptoms, according to one study.
In case you missed it from earlier this week, former NATO head Anders Fogh Rasmussen visited Big Think to discuss how NATO deals with terrorist threats and what the international community must do to combat ISIS.
Antarctic penguins have had the run of the continent, isolated and unexposed to new pathogens. But a wave of tourism may be threatening penguin populations with disease.
Privacy is fast becoming a privilege, not a right.
Bloggers have leveled the playing field in the journalism industry.
Sites like Wolfram Alpha will affect both Google and advertisers.
Twitter has won the day, but nothing lasts forever.
The digital expert explains how the Internet is best used as an advertising platform.
We will see the decline of print media in five years, according to the digital expert.
This is how a tech watcher stays on the cutting edge.