Superheroes: Allegories or Entertainment?

Are there life lessons to be learned from superheroes?

How To Apologize

Patrick Paglen discusses why certain apologies work and others don’t.

Avoiding Temptation, How Not to Cheat

Despite temptation, you can stay true to yourself, your partner, and your relationship.

The Three Main Ways to Deal with Competition

“Don’t be a sore loser, don’t be a sore winner.”—That’s what my mom always said. That’s what she taught us. And to the extent that I’ve heeded this advice, it’s served me well.

The Photographer as Travel Agent

Bad photographs are a corrupting influence upon the imagination. They tell us lies about the world—pernicious, photoshopped lies—which make the real world, the only one we ever really have, seem bland and boring by comparison.

In My Office, In the Closet

Out on the job? There may be more at stake than a paycheck when trying to answer this question.

What Happens When We Try to Speak for Others? Watch “Lost Voices”, Brilliant Spoken Word Video

“Movements are driven by passion. Not by asserting yourself dominant by a world that already puts you there.”

Checking Your Privilege can and Should be Amazing

“Checking your privilege” will be amazing once we stop calling each other names, judging each other, and deciding who is and who is not allowed to speak and instead focus on self-awareness and social cooperation.

5 Things to Consider Before Celebrating the Ashley Madison Hack

Joanna Schroeder says that just because these people did something unethical doesn’t mean you should abandon your ethics, too.

How Google Builds Bosses to Order

When it comes to cultivating leaders, Google rocks. Emotional intelligence expert Dr. Travis Bradberry explains how you can use their secrets to become an unforgettable boss.

Seven Rules of Photographic Ethics, or, Don’t be ‘That Guy’

Opening an Instagram account doesn’t make you a photographer.

Looking Through “Depressing” Tweets

Matthew Rozsa explores the latest Twitter trend, #TheWorstPartOfDepressionIs.

Whatever Happened To Honor?

What is honor… and why has American culture lost touch with it? It’s the simple pleasures that bring the most joy in life, and one of my favorite pastimes has been listening to my friends play music. Not going to concerts, mind you, but having great tunes performed in my immediate vicinity while drinking, smoking, […]

Bill Nye Reading Mean Tweets–The Bill Nye Film

Watch Bill Nye respond to some of his haters.

You Should Be Angrier at Bill Cosby than You Are at Walter Palmer

Mark Radcliffe wants you to get some perspective and spew some of your venom toward the accused serial rapist in our midst.

It Only Takes a Moment: Holding Ourselves Accountable for Language Lapses

Do you take responsibility for lapses in language? Edgar Wilson examines how a lack of accountability for what we say impacts ethics.