Po Bronson, along with co-writer Ashley Merryman, has written extensively on parenting, including the bestseller NatureShock.
Science writer Mary Roach “finds merriment in the macabre.” Witty and wise, she is the author of several bestsellers, including Stiff, Bonk, and Gulp.
Known to stir the feminist pot, Katie Roiphe is the author of several books, including The Morning After and Uncommon Arrangements.
Author Po Bronson addresses the current economic crisis, in this follow-up to his book and Fast Company article, “What Should I Do With My Life?”
Time-traveling with Danny Hillis.
An anthropological expedition to late 90s Silicon Valley reveals that it takes more than some engineers, VCs, headhunters and electronics stores to make a miracle.
Meet the best player in the world in the world’s favorite sport, as Ronaldo leads Brazil to defend the World Cup in France.
The astonishing story of a doctor who subjected faith to the rigors of science—and then became a test subject herself.
Margins are falling and Wall Street’s hollering and the salesmen keep dropping their pants. The hawkmeisters of shrink-wrap are scrambling to save everyone’s ass from the Reaper.
Before you can build the $300 network computer for the masses, you have to recruit the engineers to design it.
An inside look at Marquee Venture Partners, one of the most famous venture capital firms of Menlo Park’s Sand Hill Road.
The inverse power of praise.
Overstimulated, overscheduled kids are getting at least an hour’s less sleep than they need, a deficiency that, new research reveals, has the power to set their cognitive abilities back years.
Kids lie early, often, and for all sorts of reasons—to avoid punishment, to bond with friends, to gain a sense of control. But now there’s a singular theory for one way this habit develops: They are just copying their parents.
The real meaning of success—and how to find it.
The daughter of a notorious media baron makes a name for herself in the Valley.