As more people derive their income from careers that rely on public exposure, the cachet and economic appeal of simply being a celebrity will decrease.
It's safe to say not everyone was immediately impressed.
I hope the New York Times will do a follow-up story on Friday’s “G.I.’s in Iraq Hope to Heal Sacred Walls.” The story — like an NPR broadcast in 2007 […]
By transplanting Operation Barbarossa on a map of the US, it showed the devastating effects of the Nazi invasion
The popular concept of introversion often differs from how psychologists define the term, but a new model seeks to clarify exactly what being an introvert means.
The former wrestler shares how he was basically illiterate at age 30, a sufferer of dyslexia. It was an untamed drive to learn (and a little help from Lee Iacocca) that helped him overcome this disability.
NewSpace is no stranger to challenge, whether above the clouds or in legislation. One particularly ornery obstacle is the US International Traffic and Arms Regulation, commonly known as ITAR. (Please […]
This is a lengthy post but I want to do justice to Adam Lee, Big Think and the arguments. These are my initial thoughts. Fellow Big Think blogger and friend, […]
Just in time for the holidays, the Hubble Space Telescope has delivered an amazing view of a cosmic event that is being called the “Holiday Snow Angel.” The image captures […]
Some on the right are challenging congressional Republicans to increase federal investment in science and technology.
U.S. MEDIA IGNORES WORLD CRITICISM OF DEATH PENALTY, TRIAL PROCESS: Vatican Calls Execution ‘Tragic,’ Blair Calls for ‘End to Death Penalty WorldWide,’ Conservative Times of London Labels Saddam’s End ‘Ethically Tainted’
In DC over the weekend, the conversational buzz at coffee shops, wine bars, and holiday parties has focused on the graphic reports of Saddam Hussein’s execution. Friends from both sides […]