Lance Armstrong’s interview with Oprah can offer us costly lessons on deceit, the collateral damage it inflicts on others, and most of all, ways we are all dishonest some of the time, and how we can avoid going too far down the slippery slope of deceit so far we can never fully recover our precious friendships, reputation and capacity to live a life we can savor with other
Discover the sometimes surprising ways and places that women and men around the world are shifting roles, character traits and desires for marriage, careers, children and leadership in the book, The End of Men and the Rise of Women.
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One morning over his breakfast cereal, life forever changed for a twelve-year old Canadian boy. He flipped through the pages of his morning newspaper to find his favorite cartoons. Instead he was stopped by a headline, “Battled
So says Smart Mobs author Howard Rheingold in this 19-minute talk at the Ted conference. He believes it is instinctive to want to participate in a compatible group. Of course, we are only as strong as the weakest link. Hear how to be a part of
From raunchy to celebratory, every single minute, YouTube users are uploading six hours of their new videos. More than 100 million people are viewing them. And that was last May. Yet even the founders probably didn’t imagine that their Main World Channel would eventually provide the most accessible way to see some of the brightest [...]
From the Slobberknockering changes in pro wrestling to the appearance of Cartoon Network clips on YouTube “entertainment” is changing. Some fans are becoming co-creators. New kinds of businesses and individuals are now distributers. What role would you like to play? Want a window into the future of entertainment? Attend next year’s Futures of Entertainment conference [...]
Take one step and you can power two 60W light bulbs for one flickering second. Not much. Yet a rush of fans at a concert or commuter walking through a commuter train station could create the energy for the signs they pass. How?