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What if a car windshield could blink?

What if a car windshield could blink?

A flash of genius. [...]

Why aren’t the players urinating more?

Why aren’t the players urinating more?

A coach’s strange question. [...]

How might we prepare during the peace to offer help in times of war?

How might we prepare during the peace to offer help in times of war?

Preparedness is all. [...]

Why did my candy bar melt? (And will my popcorn pop?)

Why did my candy bar melt? (And will my popcorn pop?)

The first energy bar. [...]

If they can put a man on the moon, why can’t they make a decent foot?

If they can put a man on the moon, why can’t they make a decent foot?

A decades-long journey by a water-skier. [...]

How do you fit a large golf course on a small island?

How do you fit a large golf course on a small island?

Jack Nicklaus asks some tough questions. [...]

What if a video rental business were run like a health club?

What if a video rental business were run like a health club?

This guy really hated late fees. [...]

Why isn’t the water reaching the people who need it?

Why isn’t the water reaching the people who need it?

Creating rainmakers around the world. [...]

Why do movie tickets cost the same for hits or duds?

Why do movie tickets cost the same for hits or duds?

A question of basic economics. [...]

What if countries competed on playing fields instead of battlefields?

What if countries competed on playing fields instead of battlefields?

An Olympics-worthy question. [...]

How can we use questioning to better connect with others?

How can we use questioning to better connect with others?

Don’t tell people what they need. Ask. [...]

What is your sentence?

What is your sentence?

A favorite question of author Daniel Pink about finding and living your purpose. [...]

Why do we want kids to “sit still” in class?

Why do we want kids to “sit still” in class?

New research says that’s just not a good way to learn. [...]

Are questioners more successful than the rest of us?

Are questioners more successful than the rest of us?

A study of innovators says "Yes." [...]

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