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Arianna Huffington

Arianna Huffington
Arianna Huffington is a Greek-American author and columnist. She is also the founder of the Huffington Post.
Arianna Huffington is a Greek-American author and columnist. She is also the founder of the Huffington Post. « Show less

Top Arianna Huffington Articles

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  • We are alienated by dependence on technology

    In the 1840s, Benjamin Disraeli, still a long way from being prime minister, wanted to wake people up to the plight of the British working class -- and move them to act. The alarm he sounded wasn't delivered in a speech, a pamphlet, or an article -- but...
  • Disconnecting from noise and distraction is a good start

    "Our life together can be better." That's the opening sentence of an important new book by Jim Wallis called "On God's Side: What Religion Forgets and Politics Hasn't Learned About Serving the Common Good." Wallis, in addition to being CEO of the D.C.-...
  • Inside the Twitterverse

    Win the Moment. That's the theme of the two-day conference I just spoke at, that Twitter is holding for its employees in San Francisco. In many ways, it's a surprisingly modest topic, since whether Twitter has won the moment is not very much in doubt. It'...
  • Do official measures of happiness take all relevant factors into account?

    LONDON -- "UK population's happiness is on the up," trumpeted a headline in the Guardian. What the headline was referring to are the results of a survey conducted by the Office for National Statistics meant to measure Britain's national well-being....
  • Time to put service back on the national agenda

    Hello from 8,000 feet. I'm in Aspen, where the conversation, thankfully, is much thicker than the air. I'm here for the inaugural 21st Century National Service Summit, sponsored by the Franklin Project, a new venture of the Aspen Institute. For two days,...
  • Wisdom and courage, not technology, will point the way to a brighter future

    I'm happy to be back breathing the hot and muggy though wonderfully sea-level air of New York, having just returned from the Aspen Ideas Festival. There were, as usual, many great speakers, but one of the speeches that became the talk of the festival...
  • Is sleep deprivation the reason the Romney campaign is blowing it?

    "Saturday Night Live" opened its new season with a sketch in which President Obama acknowledges that "things aren't great, the economy's in the tank" and "the job market is horrible," but says he's not worried because his campaign has a "secret weapon" to...
  • The future of newspapers is uncertain; not so the future of journalism

    One of the first people who came to mind when I heard the news last week that Jeff Bezos was buying the Washington Post was a fellow countryman, the Greek philosopher Heraclitus, who around 2,500 years ago said, "No man ever steps in the same river twice....
  • Finding a way out of the split-screen life

    Since we launched The Huffington Post's Third Metric campaign -- to redefine success beyond the first two metrics of money and power to include well-being, wisdom, our ability to wonder and to give back -- I've been seeing things through a Third Metric...
  • Solution to many a problem: Take a walk

    Solvitur ambulando -- "It is solved by walking." This was the solution of St. Augustine to one of Zeno's paradoxes, the thought experiment in which the 5th century B.C. philosopher Zeno of Elea used the concept of the infinite divisibility of time and...
  • Our hard-wired need for empathy

    Last week, a few HuffPost editors and I were treated to a visit by Bill Drayton and Mary Gordon. Bill Drayton is the founder of Ashoka and a longtime champion of social entrepreneurship, a term that he coined and that has now spread across the world. Mary...