The Kodak moment of World War 2Listen now (6 min) | The camera moves over dense green foliage from the air. It's the kind of footage that sets the atmosphere for everything from trav…
The Indian doughnutListen now (6 min) | The resemblance is superficial. Both are round rings. As cultural icons, the Indian version is more of a South Indian staple, thou…
Baby Boomers are the coolestListen now (6 min) | No Millennial coder knows COBOL. They'll laugh when you tell them that the earliest banking systems in the US were built on it, ba…
The idea tree that keeps growingListen now (5 min) | You may not have heard of Ward Cunningham. He's the quiet guy who invented the wiki. Which in the Hawaiian language means 'quick' …
The song that launched a million purple sarisListen now (5 min) | Netflix's greatest hit, The Queen's Gambit has exponentially increased chess game app downloads in the store That wasn't part of t…
Air-conditioning without electricityListen now (6 min) | As the world warms, the market for air-conditioners is increasing exponentially. What we need is a reset in the way the problem is…
Nipping fake news in the budListen now (5 min) | It has become one of the most divisive aspects of our time. How do you figure out what's fake news and what is real? There's a par…
Quieter than a Rolls RoyceListen now (6 min) | In 1958, David Ogilvy created the immortal Rolls Royce ad. "At 60 miles an hour the loudest noise in the new Rolls-Royce comes fro…
Do you make decisions easily?Listen now (6 min) | You've probably seen this happen several times Gone out with friends or family to a restaurant and everyone spends time looking at…
The Fightback - Part 2Listen now (5 min) | We've started receiving robocalls in India Insurance companies telling you your premium is due. Or from airlines when the flights …
The Fightback - Part 1Listen now (6 min) | Parking tickets are a problem in the US New York alone apparently collects over a billion dollars a year in parking fees, for all …
Is fame on your bucket list?Listen now (6 min) | Fame is fickle. That's because people need new stars to worship. Each generation has its set of politicians, film, and sports star…