As a writer this video is personal reminder of the effects of sitting too long. I've made a vow to take breaks and keep my body in motion. Stillness and incorrect posture have hidden risks. Enjoy!
This is 100% pure inspiration, no chaser.
A new generation of tech companies have taken over the media spotlight. But are they putting a new spin on classic ideas? And are they really changing the way we live, or merely helping the one-percent feel a bit more like the .01 percent?
Who is Robert F. Smith? He's just the second richest African-American after Oprah. That's all.
I got chills once I saw the disfigured Darth Vader mask.
This is a lengthy documentary, but it's thought provoking at the highest level. When did we become a society that preferred desires over needs?
A great behind-the-scenes look at Filmmaking 101 by Francis Ford Coppola.
Live & Direct.
Does it get any cooler than this?
With streaming services, video games, and advances in consumer video, the movie business is changing. With a myriad of new threats to the Hollywood hegemony, will the film industry survive, or morph into something unrecognizable?
Dr. Boyce Watkins visits The Breakfast Club and offers up thought provoking statements on politics, popular culture, and his specialty, personal finances.
Can organic foods, GMOs, and greater access to fresh food save us? For the answer, we turn to a panel of experts, featuring Frederick Kaufman, Danielle Nierenberg, and Katherine Mangu-Ward.
On this episode of the Business of Life, we get to the bottom of just what the “middle class" is: how to get in, how to stay in, and why so many Americans are falling out.
Powerful words from a Sydney Seau.
In this episode of ’The Business of Life’: Is the crippling debt accrued by students a smart financial decision? And, compared to the rest of the world, why do Americans pay so much for higher education?
In this episode of ‘The Business of Life,' we discuss immigration: What would happen if the millions of undocumented immigrants working in the US were deported tomorrow?
In this episode of ‘The Business of Life,' we discuss the cost of war: Can the US economy sustain its many wars being waged abroad? And what is the cost of the never-ending war on terror?
This episode of 'The Business of Life' looks at two creative industries going in seemingly opposite trajectories: the fine art world, where the sky is seemingly the limit for the prices collectors are willing to pay; and the music industry, where the free-fall of record company profits has only recently begun to slow.
The idea of the American family has changed dramatically over the past few decades: Young Americans are marrying later, finding marriage and parenthood to be less central concerns. But what does the structure of the modern American family mean for us, and how much is it costing us?
This is a great interview of a movie producer that has been on the grind for a minute. If you don't know, Will Packer has been putting together an impressive catalog of films that are making box-office history.