The Impossibility of Actually ‘Having It All’
To the Best of Our Knowledge. May 7, 2017
‘Lunch Lady’ Author Helps Students Draw Their Own Heroes
May 23, 2013
“When I look back at my career as an author, I don’t look at the first book that was ever published as to where my career began — I look to the first book that I ever wrote,” Krosoczka tells the students.
He wrote that book when he was in just the third grade.
“You see, an author is somebody who writes a story. It doesn’t matter if you’re a kid or if you’re a grown-up
Derek Sivers: How to start a movement
With help from some surprising footage, Derek Sivers explains how movements really get started. (Hint: it takes two.)
Through his new project, MuckWork, Derek Sivers wants to lessen the burdens (and boredom) of creative people.
Fugitive’s Threats Against Police Drew Enormous Response
February 13, 2013
“Every one of us would put our body in front of our kids if we feared something would happen to them,” Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said.
How Much Good Can You Do? There’s A Calculator For That
by Mark Memmott
December 18, 2012
Oxford University ethics professor Toby Ord talks with All Things Considered today about his “Giving What We Can” campaign, which encourages members to donate 10 percent of their incomes to charities, and the online calculators he’s come up with that aim to show how steady giving can produce some very positive results.