A few months ago I wrote about the thrilling rise of GoldieBlox, the company that designs engineering toys for..
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We’ve been hearing a lot in the media lately about the science of meditation and the many positive ways meditation..
A place in New York for people who are changing the world? Look no further… A couple of weeks ago,..
In her wonderful TEDxPSU talk, “Inspiring the Next Generation of Female Engineers,” Debbie Sterling talks so passionately about her quest..
The Internet cyber-sphere is a great place to dream big, spread good vibes, and #dreamUp collaborative art projects that involve..
A year ago last March, Invisible Children, a nonprofit activist group from California, launched the most viral social media campaign..
It’s time for the next chapter of “Caine’s Arcade.” If you’ve never heard of Caine, he’s the kid who built..
There was an incredible article in Fast Company recently about imprisoned Chinese artist, Ai Weiwei and the importance of street art..
According to this The New York Times article, YouTube is launching a new human rights channel “to help raise awareness and provide context for..
I recently became aware of the “VlogBrothers,” John and Hank Green, and the amazing teen “nerdfighter” community that they’ve created by..
In less than a week, over 3.5 million people were touched by a feel-good mini-doc on YouTube called Caine’s Arcade. It’s..
Last month I attended Survival of the Beautiful, a day-long event where “artists and scientists ponder(ed) the aesthetics of evolution.”..
The #Kony2012 video was a viral phenomenon, reaching over 100 million people in 6 days . A month later, Invisible..
Chas sent me an article about the “Israel-Loves Iran” Facebook page a few weeks ago and when I checked out..
I talked a little about Jane McGonigal‘s gaming TED Talk in a previous post. For the next few days (April..
I’m a huge fan of the “Kids React to Viral Videos” series by the Fine Bros. I always like to..