Billion Dollar Whale
Tom Wright, Bradley Hope
Billion Dollar Whale tells the incredible story of Jho Low, a Malaysian man who committed one of the biggest heists of the century by defrauding a national investment fund.
Joe Posner, Ezra Klein
Billionaires, Explained is a wide-ranging examination of the billionaires in the world today: who they are, how they accumulate their wealth, and what they do with it.
I. Glenn Cohen, Harvard University
This course from Harvard University introduces the law and ethics surrounding reproductive technology and explores the moral implications of future genetic enhancements.
Monash University, Matthew Mundy
This course from FutureLearn, in partnership with Monash University, explores the links between genetics, our nervous system, and human behavior.
Biology of Bugs, Brains, and Beasts
University of York, Setareh Chong, Gavin Thomas, Rachel Hope
This course offered by the University of York and FutureLearn provides an overview of some of life's most critical biological processes, from microbes to the human brain and ecosystems.
Bird by Bird
Bird By Bird is Anne Lamott's guide to using the power of routine, being yourself, rolling with the punches, and many other principles to become a better writer.
Bit Literacy shows you how to navigate the innumerable streams of digital information that flow towards us every single day and not become paralyzed or a slave to technology, thanks to a few simple systems to manage your media.
Celebrated zoologist Lucy Cooke explores the persisting myths surrounding females in the natural world.
Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency Trading 2022
Cryptocurrency trader and educator Suppoman leads this course on how to make short-term profit from cryptocurrency.
Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies
Rustie Lin, Mengyi Wang, The University of California, Berkeley
While Bitcoin is the most famous and established form of cryptocurrency, it is not the full story. This course from The University of California Berkeley delves into the rise of the cryptocurrency movement, the mechanics of Bitcoin, and emerging alternative networks.
Bitcoin Billionaires is a captivating redemption story of how Bitcoin pioneers, the Winklevoss twins, flipped a humiliating legal settlement into billions of dollars.
Jennifer Robertson, Stephen Kimber
This memoir details Jennifer Robertson's relationship with Gerry Cotten, founder of cryptocurrency exchange Quadriga and the center of a 250 million dollar investment scandal.
Bitcoin: The Future of Money?
The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast, John Vallis, Richard James, Gigi Der, Robert Breedlove, Jordan B. Peterson
Renowned clinical psychologist and author Jordan B. Peterson hosts a roundtable with four experts on Bitcoin to discuss the digital currency's revolutionary economic, technological, and social potential.
In a culture obsessed with happiness, author Susan Cain makes a case for bittersweetness – an attitude that honors our sadness and desire – as the pathway to creative and spiritual wholeness.
Black Axe: Nigeria's Deadliest Cult
BBC Africa, Gbolahan Peter Macjob
This BBC Africa documentary is an on-the-ground account of the emergence of violent cultism in Nigeria.
Black Box Thinking
Black Box Thinking reveals that all paths to success stem from initial failure, teaching you the steps towards accepting your mistakes, approaching setbacks with courage and not dejection, and building your own black box from the lessons that failure gives you.
Black Flags is a gripping account of the rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, one of the world's deadliest terrorist groups.
Black Is the Body
Black Is the Body is a collection of 12 autobiographical essays by American author Emily Bernard, reflecting her experiences as an African American woman in the Southern U.S.
First published in 1992, this classic text by bell hooks examines the representation of Black people in media in an attempt to disrupt, unsettle, and challenge us.
Ric Prado details his career with the Central Intelligence Agency, including his time spent in counter-terrorism and training Contras in South America.
Black Resistance to British Policing
A critical insight into the colonial origins of structural racism in the British police force and how the Black community organizes against it.