He gave an insightful presentation on how games can benefit business.
In fact, during the first couple of seasons of the original series, the budgeting and focus was on creating vibrant and insightful stories that spoke to enduring ideas about what it is to be human and humane instead of on monsters and gore.
In 1956, psychiatrist Erik Erikson provided an insightful description as to how personality develops based on his extensive experience in psychotherapy with children and adolescents from low, upper, and middle-class backgrounds.
Later in that same year Scott Rosenberg of Salon.com wrote about the growing number of "online journalists" who were filling the web with new content from the sublimely insightful to the ridiculously stupid.
Providing a loving and supportive home environment can help to nurture an emotionally healthy child who is independent, self-confident, socially skilled, insightful, and empathetic towards others.
The Girl Who Spoke with Pictures: Autism Through Art is an insightful book written by Eileen Miller, a mother of a talented young woman named Kim, diagnosed in the autism spectrum of disorders.
While it's true that these readings are computer generated, and therefore lack the warmth of having a person do the reading, it's a lot of fun that may still prove insightful.
Quirky piano pop - that's really what Tori Amos' music is, but it is her bitingly sarcastic and insightful lyrics that have won her legions of devoted fans around the world.
Visit US News and World Report for access to a list of insightful articles such as "10 Great Tech Products for Seniors" and "21 Ways to Reduce Your Retirement Expenses".
Bianca waited for Darian to say something more insightful, but nothing came.