When I Was a Kid...Harpoon Brewery's Dan Kenary
Dan Kenary, co-founder of Harpoon Brewery, talks about his childhood hopes and dreams.
Julia Child, the Original Celebrity Chef
Julia Child changed both television and the culture of cooking. We talk to Alex Prud’homme, her biographer (and great-nephew) about Julia’s pioneering work.
Apps for Better Sleep, Apps to Keep You Awake
Technology is affecting how we sleep, but not in the ways that you’d think. Reporter Cristina Quinn has the story.
Tackling Health Information Overload
Sick of getting lost in page after page of health websites? Thomas Goetz, founder of Iodine and author of "The Decision Tree: Taking Control of Your Health in the New Era of Personalized Medicine," says what we’re missing is good design.
Why LinkedIn and Facebook are Great at Manipulation
BJ Fogg, head of Stanford University’s Persuasive Technology Lab, discusses how the most successful tech companies make us form new habits.
4.19.12 Full Show - Crisis
This week, Innovation Hub explores different types of crisis and how we bounce back. Guests include Andrew Zolli, author of "Resilience: Why Things Bounce Back"; Amitabh Chandra, economist and Professor of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government; and Joel Kurtzman, senior fellow at the Milken Insitute and author of "Unleashing the Second American Century".
Do you ever wonder why so many movies now have a number at the end? Anita Elberse, professor at Harvard Business School, certainly did. In her new book, Blockbusters: Hit-making, Risk-taking, and the Big Business of Entertainment, Elberse argues that, despite living in a world with more media sources and entertainment options than ever, our tastes are converging on the flashiest blockbuster hits and the biggest superstars.
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