I write about a variety of things.
Computer scientists over at Stony Brook University have figured out what makes one fiction book more successful over another.
As I’ve done in the past, here’s the list of books I read this year. More than once I surprised myself with a, “I read that book?” statement. Either that says more about the book’s impact or my memory. I’m guessing the latter. Some of the stand outs this year include Bossypants (first time I’ve…
I had the opportunity to interview Temple Grandin this past summer, and it’s featured in the November issue of The Meeting Professional.
Studies show that disagreeable and physically unattractive employees received more abuse from their coworkers.
According to a new study, singing in a foreign language can improve learning of the language.
You can blame fish for why you gesticulate when you talk.
Carnegie Mellon University researchers recently developed an interactive touch interface.
Seth Godin requests that you ask, ““What change am I trying to make in the people I work with?”
My latest article is a feature profile of Jason Roberts, a tireless advocate for city development, a musician, and an overall great guy.
Scott Bradfield’s great first novel is now available as a Kindle download.