Ira Glass on being creative.
“It seems so simple to just write a check,” I said to myself, squinting at the small print on the paperwork accompanying the ADP-issued prepaid card that held my last paycheck. The HR rep at my work assured me that it would be easy to deposit into my own
I am standing beneath a pergola of Japanese inspired design. My best friend is with me. We stand together and admire a volcano in the distance, across a still and shining body of water. Suddenly, molten rock shoots from the volcano’s mouth. The trajectory of the rock defies
An NYU professor has been banned from teaching at the Sarasota County school district in Florida, demonstrating that the era of book banning and censored classrooms is still alive and well in American secondary schools today. This permission slip mentality regarding literature presents a great disservice to students, many
Back when I started business school (for the third time, I might add), my Marketing 101 professor explained to us the psychological dilemma that occurs when a person feels overwhelmed by too many choices: they shut down. This is where I find myself this evening. I am
It should be here. It has to be. I scan the desktop, reading off each Word Document title. After the third search, with no better result, I begin to question my sanity a little bit. I wrote it. I know I did. The idea was brilliant. Revolutionary.