It doesn't matter how ridiculous a lie is. As long as it is repeated often enough, some people will believe it.
Big Think's co-founder and CEO, Victoria Montgomery Brown, offers six pieces of advice to founders in her forthcoming book.
How the half-hour commute and motorised transport changed our cities into huge metropolises.
A Slate piece on education starts off by declaring, if you send your kids to private school you’re “a bad person.” Not “bad like Hitler,” but bad. I don’t want […]
It was four years ago today that Big Think was launched by co-founders Victoria Montgomery Brown and Peter Hopkins to immediate fanfare. That day The New York Times hailed Big Think as “a Web […]
Do you have to be religious to see a face in burnt toast? Probably not, but believers are more likely to attribute such a face to Jesus (1). Believer in […]