Campaigning has officially stopped one day before Iran’s presidential election. Voters will go to the polls tomorrow to choose from four official candidates who are (deep breath)… Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the […]
As consumers migrate from traditional media, marketers are desperately seeking new ways to sell their products online. While Google’s advertising services have effectively delivered ads to audiences via searches, social […]
The Spanish economy, long enamored with bubbles, is set for rocketing unemployment again this year. Big Think, in collaboration with Barcelona Reporter, talked to some Barcelona residents to see how […]
Oenologists and discerning winos alike are looking at a disappointing vintage out of southwest France this year. Abnormal weather patterns, a currency imbalance and an increasingly shunned elitist tag are […]
During the G20 meeting in London! Thought, Pre. Obama still does not have the flash as if the Oxford-debating club- trained British Politician in answering question, he has the oriental Zen power-he can speak like” I come to learn and listen not lecture!” This wisdom of Zen opens the mind of human being to dialogue.rnrn Luckily, we have him to lead us through this Recession. Yes! WE CAN!rn
The Darkest Age of Journalism Take 2: Cramer vs Jon Stewart
The bravest and noble Lady Katharine Graham, the late Publisher of Washington Post was long gone!
The spirit of young, hungry and innocent Bob Woodward was gone too!
So, here's a quick rundown of the waves of feminism as generally accepted. As with any history of an Idea, this is just one version of the story, but I think it is a useful structure through which to think about where we are and, from whence we've come.
Jon Stewart’s recent rant against—and subsequent interview with—Mad Money’s Jim Cramer was the latest incident of a comedian to initiate a thoughtful debate on a headline-grabbing issue. In this age […]