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television | Mar 23rd, 2011

John Elder Robison Profiled on Science Channel's Ingenious Minds

John Elder Robison, Lavin speaker and author of Look Me in the Eye, was recently profiled on an episode of Science Channel’s Ingenious Minds – a show that explores the lives of savants. Robison was born with Asperger’s syndrome (but wasn’t diagnosed until age forty), a type of autism that is... Continue Reading →
television | Mar 2nd, 2011

May the Best Idea Win: Trendhunter's Jeremy Gutsche Joins "The Pitch" on BNN

World renowned trend hunter and innovation speaker Jeremy Gutsche is now a judge on BNN’s new show, The Pitch, which gives two aspiring entrepreneurs the opportunity to pitch their business ideas to the panel, who in turn give the entrepreneurs the advice they need to become successful. (Jeremy’s... Continue Reading →
television | Feb 13th, 2011

John Elder Robison to Appear on Discover Science's Ingenious Minds

Author, mechanic, designer, photographer, speaker — these are just a few words that could describe John Elder Robison. The Look Me in the Eye author runs a multi-million dollar car specialty shop and a successful photography business. He’s designed guitars for KISS and toys for Milton Bradley. Oh... Continue Reading →
television | Jan 25th, 2011

NOVA Profiles Neuroscience Speaker David Eagleman

Neuroscience speaker David Eagleman — who released his latest book, Why the Net Matters, as an iPad-only app — will be featured on PBS’s venerable science show NOVA on February 2, 2011. An acclaimed neuroscientist, David has found inventive ways of studying brain functions, such as throwing test... Continue Reading →
television | Dec 23rd, 2010

Sloane Crosley on 'The Late Late Show'

Watching this video of Sloane Crosley and Craig Ferguson makes me happy. Simple as that. Sloane visits The Late Late Show to discuss her second New York Times bestselling collection of essays, How Did You Get This Number. The only catch is that Ferguson — who is clearly enamored with Sloane — hasn’t... Continue Reading →