Chris Guillebeau’s new book, "The $100 Startup," traces the stories of successful entrepreneurs around the world who grew their businesses with no business background. The keys to making it are simpler than you think.
Besides generally making you healthy, a new study found that eating yogurt has some surprising benefits (at least in mice) including making their testicles, er, quite impressive.
How much material did it take to build your house? How much energy did it use? This new interactive map tells you exactly how much you and your neighbors are using.
What many of Brazil’s poorest people lack isn’t skills, but a marketplace. What if they had access to the shelves of the country’s biggest stores to sell what they make? It turns out, they can turn a tidy profit.
Building incredibly efficient buildings is hard enough, but it gets a lot harder when you have to make them be able to work in the freezing conditions of rural Alaska. These buildings do it, and cheaply, too.
SunRun’s new ad campaign focuses on the financial realities of solar power: In many places it’s really cheap and the company will install your panels for free. It’s a new attitude for clean power marketing.
The power of the moving image to bring people together is having a global effect that’s never been seen before. Now that we all have access to the same media, can it connect us more strongly?