Jordan Gray says that the practice of loving ourselves is a lot simpler than we’ve been led to believe it is.
Jordan Gray says that your cell phone doesn’t have to take away from your relationship. In fact, it can be the best side kick you have for making it thrive.
Tor Constantino explains why men sometimes behave badly when it comes to following up after a date.
Steven Lake examines the pressures of a multi-tasking world and how we can fight back to save our relationships.
A few basics to make life a little more civilized.
When in doubt, writes Kenny Bodanis, divide the world into two groups: Those who don’t give a s**t about you, and those who do.
The popular web radio show returns from a weeklong hiatus with tech tidbits & culture commentary.
Bert and Ernie could get married, London looks like Rodney King, and Americans choose cell phones over sex.
Is secretly tracking a loved one’s email or phone history acceptable in a relationship, or is it evidence of lack of trust?
Well, time to research radiation-limiting wire earpieces … you do know BlueTooth is radiation too, right?
Barry Bonds walks again, BYU is in trouble, and living rooms are becoming extinct.
Check out the video—the latest in National Geographic’s Seven Billion series—to see what he looks like.
The FCC has long ignored the mobile industry’s financial wringing of its customers, and the “Bill Shock” plan is mostly a stunt to cover for the Commission’s historical tendency to ignore these kinds of problems.
Google’s tight-knit relationship with advertisers just got a little kinkier. When you launch certain apps on your Android smartphone, you run the risk of sending your personal information, including location, to advertisers. Without your permission, naturally.