In our 2019 Annual Letter (link in bio), we wrote about the things that have surprised us over the years. Some worry us. Others inspire us.
Wherever I am in the world, I always love talking with students. I was inspired by the energy of the community at Queen Mary University of L
I recently visited @harvard to learn more about robotics research. I saw some surprising inventions that challenge what we think of as robot
Looking for a last-minute gift? You can’t go wrong with one of these books.
There’s no doubt that Leonardo da Vinci was a genius. But what really set him apart was his sense of wonder and curiosity. I’m excited t
I thought I was pretty good at teaching myself – until I read Tara Westover’s memoir “Educated.” Her ability to learn on her own blo
I’m a longtime fan of the @thedailyshow – so when @ronnychieng asked me if he could come to Seattle to talk about toilets, I couldn’t
I love giving—and getting!—books during the holidays. If you’re looking for ideas, here are five books I loved in 2018. #bookstagram
My dad, who is turning 93 today, is one of the kindest, wisest people I know. I can’t wait to celebrate with him tonight.
Nothing could prepare me for the tuberculosis ward I visited in Durban, South Africa in 2009. Every bed was filled and the waiting list for
My mom was one of the most generous people I’ve ever known. She used to ask me at the dinner table how much of my allowance I planned on g
It's easy for those of us in rich countries to take the toilet for granted. Not only does it make our life comfortable, but it’s key to hu