Public Schools Need More Than Google’s ‘Happiness Directive’

The problem with schools won’t be solved by aiming to make the students happy.

What If Schools Took the Google Approach?

A radical thought: what if schools made it their primary goal to ensure that students were… happy?

Gmail, eMale and What It Means to be A Man

Sean Swaby reflects on how Google is redefining maleness.

You have the power of Google, Word and Gutenberg

Google thinks they own the Alphabet… maybe it’s time that we take it back?

I Wanted To Die: What I Learned That Will Change Your Life

Craig Lewis, author of the Better Days Recovery Workbook tells what he learned from his extreme moments.

Choose Yourself: A No Nonsense Guide to Change

5 no-nonsense ways to choose yourself and change your life.

The Men from U.N.C.L.E.s

Losing an uncle made me think about where we would be without our uncles?

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.

The Best CEO’s Push Decisions Down

Shanna Anderson believes what makes a good CEO is their willingness to let go.

Renewables Powering the Internet

Companies like Apple, Google, and Facebook are leaders in the movement toward renewable energy.

5 Things You Had No Idea You Knew Nothing About Until Your Kids Asked You To Explain Them

“Why is there Daylight Savings Time, Dad?”

Where the Men Are

Want to find stuff for men that’s not your typical dude-stuff? You’ve come to the right place.

The Case for Napping at Work

Dr. James Hamblin issues a wakeup call for workplace sleep.

You Don’t Have to Love Laci Green to Dislike Christopher Cantwell

Thomas Fiffer goes looking for consent videos and finds an ugly attack on consent and equality.

The Seven Habits of Highly Neurotic Authors

Everyone has bad habits. When Andrew J. Peters became a published author, he picked up a few more.

Not a Robot: Confessions of a Man Who Cries

Allan Mott is a big crybaby. And he wouldn’t have it any other way.