I'm the producer and jack-of-all-trades at Innovation Hub, the weekly national public radio show about how we'll live next.
Prior to landing at WGBH in Boston (my hometown, Go Sox!) I did stints at Studio 360, Marketplace and NPR's Weekend All Things Considered. I've also spent time at daily newspapers, startup websites, and fashion magazines (I love all things media).
Beyond my day job, I've converted my former years of competitive swimming into a recurring need to run half marathons. Also likes: Real books, plane tickets, and red wine.
Mr. Rogers dominated children's television for years, up until his death in 2003, but even beyond. But that's not his only impact.
There’s a way to see if the grass really is greener on the other side of the cubicle, without your boss ever finding out.
Unlike previous epochs in the world, this one is massively changed by mankind, geologists argue. “We forget that plastic, frozen foods, antibiotics, the nuclear bomb — all these things are very recent,” says author Dianne Ackerman
No one likes paying their taxes, but would that change if you got some say over where they went? A group of researchers recently conducted experiments that say yes.
It’s easy to think you’re right all the time. As crazy as it may sound, sometimes that's incorrect. Psychologist David Dunning explains why people are so confident, even when they have no idea what they’re talking about.