Lenny Rachitsky passionately builds the case for serendipity and shares the importance of exposing ourselves to fortunate discoveries.
Tara Hunt share a moving tale of entrepreneurship and taking the “unclear path”.
Marketing prof Gad Saad discusses the biological and evolutionary roots of our consuming instinct.
Social media marketing specialist, Mitch Joel examines the counterintuitive possibility of an increasingly anti-social Web.
Ilana Ben-Ari gives a live demo of her toy for the visually impaired and discusses opportunities for using toys as tools for communication.
A student himself, Paul Gillett vigorously makes the case for how the web is changing what it means to be a student.
Communications prof-slash-DJ, Owen Chapman demonstrates how mashup culture redefines musical artistry.
Yan Ohayon demystifies and shares his experience with algorithmic trading and its impact on markets, our lives, and everything in between.
Hip-Hop Collective and Social Activists, Nomadic Massive shares their mission to offer relief and re-development in Haiti through cultural workshops.
Michelle Holliday challenges us to see what the pattern of living systems reveals about the future of humanity.
Gavin Kenneally taps into the diverse possibilities afforded by 3D printing and its implications on redefining the boundaries between creator and consumer.
Acclaimed journalist and microbiologist, David Secko carefully guides us through the current debate of democratizing science.
Adele McAlear discusses the overlooked issue of our online legacies and how to ensure the appropriate preservation of our binary ashes.