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The Complete Guide to Understanding and Dealing With Online Trolls
“Fatties Gonna Fat.”
5 Things I Learned Walking The Streets Looking For Inspiration
Ian Sanders never passes up the opportunity for a good walk. Something happens on a walk that inspires creativity, new ideas, and a renewed…
5 Things I Learned
Death Is Necessary: The Civil Rights Movement and the Provocation Of Violence
1968 Reduxed and Revisited: Look How Far We’ve Come (That Was Sarcasm) — Part 5 of 5
Motherhood in the Age of the Crunchy Instagram Mama
One writer’s journey through the wilds of the online natural parenting world
The Influencer Next Door
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If You’re Attempting A Dry January, What I Learned When I Gave Up Alcohol For Lent
I’m seeing lots of people vowing to observe Dry January, and posting their misery at how hard it is to stop drinking.
Mast Brothers: An Insider’s Account of a Wholesale Debacle (Part One)
An investigation into the conditions that led to the decline of this legendary wholesale brand.
It’s not enough for white people to “tolerate” my blackness
If this is the best you can do, don’t bother.
Lecia Michelle 📃
Is the Moon a Dead Pixel in the Sky?
And other stuff people asked Google in 2017
A Plea for Cannabis in Hospitals
Recreational cannabis is officially legal in the state of California. This milestone makes California the world’s largest legal cannabis…
The Surprising 17th Century Origins of Radical Feminism
And what it can teach us about feminism, intersectionality, and the deeply-entrenched prejudices that keep us from evolving.
Seeing a UFO ruined Dale Spaur’s life
How do we decide what to believe?
Why Having a Side Hustle Leads to a Passionate Life
The What, How, & Why of Insane Work Ethic
On Staying Sexy and Not Getting Murdered
Do women love true crime out of legit fears or media hype?
The Day I Quit Journalism
I was frustrated by newspapers’ glacial transition to the web. Now I wish we could turn back the clock.
Coin Talk #2: Korean Crypto-Mania and the Kimchi Spread
An interview with Nathan Park, an attorney who has been active in crypto regulations in the Korean market.
Kristallnacht, 79 Years Later.
November 9th, 1938.
Dec 12, 2017
She who laughs, He who laughs loudest
Both Seinfeld and Friends are hugely popular, but only one has a balanced appreciation among the two genders.
Nov 10, 2016
Why The Age of TV Therapy Needs To Come To An End
Harmful viewing is getting costly
Dec 30, 2017
Love in Virtual Reality
Can we connect on the deepest level without touching in the physical world?
Dr. Lindsay Portnoy
Jun 29, 2017
The Last Jedi’s snark problem
The sarcastic storytelling attitude of 2017’s most divisive movie
Dec 28, 2017
The love of my life got married two weeks ago.
The Dark Web is Boring
The dark web is boring.
William O. Pate II
May 11, 2017
Side by Side, Their Faces Blurred
The trees are coming into leaf
Dec 28, 2017
The Dubious Ethics of “Real-Person Fiction”
When fanfic writers start putting real celebrities in steamy situations, what’s the law to do?
Once Upon a Time, There Was You
Imagine that you are inside a dream. This text you’re reading — as well as your phone, your hands, and your thoughts — is nothing but a…
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AI’s Gift: Rethinking the Purpose of Work
Artificial intelligence has been hailed as the last invention human beings will ever create. Universal basic income, once relegated to…