Atari founder Nolan Bushnell is still gaming’s showman by GamesBeat
In 1972, Nolan Bushnell co-founded Atari with Ted Dabney. The company went on to launch seminal video games such asRead more.
Are you confusing Expectation with Entitlement? By Rob Redenbach
What do you expect from the people you lead? This isn’t a rhetorical question. Really, what do you expect inRead more.
Jim Kwik: Learning To Learn Faster, featured in Forbes
I have a new book coming out early next year, The Rise of Superman: Decoding the Science of Ultimate HumanRead more.
Our CEO Chris Lee in Biz Bash on what gifts (if any) are best for speakers.
Forget about branded swag. Here's how top speakers prefer you show thanks.Read more.
Jay Samit: The Faster You Fail the More You’ll Succeed in the WSJ.
As counterintuitive as it sounds, “speed to fail” should be every entrepreneur’s motto. Success isn’t born wholly-formed like Venus fromRead more.
Nolan and Brent Bushnell featured in USA Today talking about the future
Nolan Bushnell knows a thing or two about predicting what might be hot. He started a little company called Atari,Read more.
Nolan Bushnell Featured in Fast Company “Who Needs GPS? The Forgotten Story of Etak’s Amazing 1985 Car Navigation System.
WITH BACKING FROM ATARI'S COFOUNDER, AN ENGINEER-NAVIGATOR BROUGHT HIGH-TECH DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO CARS—DURING THE REAGAN ADMINISTRATION.Read more.
Outrageous Acts of Thinking: The Misuse of Science by Dr. Deborah Berebichez in the Huffington Post
I met an installation artist at a dinner party a couple of months ago. When she asked what I did,Read more.
Founders of Barefoot Wine appear in Forbes with lessons for budding entrepreneurs
Last December, my fellow FORBES contributor Robert Reiss, wrote a great piece entitled “The Incredible Story Of Starting The World’sRead more.
Kevin Elko pushes citizens to be better – in The Troy Messenger
Being a champion and overcoming strife and obstacles in life to become your best self is never easy, but athletes,Read more.
Q&A With Nolan Bushnell, Inventor of the Video Game from INC. Magazine – Icons of Entrepreneurship
In 1983, I was asked by my friend Tom Frisina to consider joining Androbot, a new, well-funded personal robot companyRead more.
Dr. Deborah Berebichez talks about Science, STEM, Students and Stereotypes in The Sheridan Press
The second annual Roadmap to STEM conference brought an influx of scientists and teachers to Sheridan this week. Hosted byRead more.
Jay Samit for Harvard Business Review: OTT Video Is Creating Cord-Extenders, Not Cord-Cutters
This year’s Emmy ballot is being culled from the greatest number of scripted dramas eligible in the history of theRead more.
5 Warning Signs Your Employees Have Stopped Caring – Michael and Bonnie interview for Inc. Magazine
How can you tell when you've lost the confidence, commitment, andengagement of your employees? The signs aren't always overt, warnRead more.
Five lessons from watching Sam Walton selling an ironing board cover by Paul Smith
By Paul Smith, Cal Entertainment Exclusive Speaker Much has been studied about Sam Walton’s retail genius. But here are fiveRead more.
Darren Kavinoky’s Top 10 Takeaways from his latest TV show “Breaking Point” on ID
By Darren Kavinoky Perhaps I’m just suffering from one of the Deadly Sins (like pride), but I really loved doing BreakingRead more.
The Reuben H. Fleet Science Center names Jason Latimer Curator of Impossible Science and welcomes him back for his live
The magic is back in San Diego! Jason Latimer, the World Champion of Magic and judge on Syfy’s “Wizard Wars,”Read more.
Two Bit Circus on AdWeek: How Oculus Rift Is About to Reshape Marketing Creativity
By Christopher Heine for AdWeek. Photo: Maciek Jasik Nancy Bennett is a virtual-reality marketing veteran. (Yes, such people actually existRead more.