Be Careful What You Ask For On the Internet

You probably wouldn’t let the Internet name your baby. So what could go wrong in naming your $289 million polar research vessel?

The Many Lessons of Andy Grove

There are few men as influential and multi-talented as Andy Grove.

Yet Another Internet Addiction

But this time, it’s an internet addiction that’s productive.

On Being Emotionally Numb

I felt so much, I started to feel nothing.

The Police Have it Right

There’s simply too much stuff crossing our screens every waking moment of the day for us to check it all.

Lost Love: When You Can’t Find Your Ex on the Internet

I’m not alone in being troubled by how people suddenly disappear in life, right?

Is the Grass Really Greener on the Other Side?

Looking over both sides of the fence that separates dating and marriage.

Disenchanted Millennial Man Dreaming of the ’90s

Was there ever a time before we were assimilated by virtual culture?

Kids From The Past vs. Kids Today

Take a look and see how much things have changed since you were a kid. Are you from the internet generation or did you grow up with more traditional activities?

5 Smart Moves Your Small Business Should Make This Year

It’s not business as usual anymore. Savvy businessmen have to be proactive.

Reimagining the Internet as a Mosaic of Regional Cultures

The way you think of the internet is probably a lot different from the reality.

Social Norms Aren’t Global Norms: Coming to Terms with My Version of Masculinity

When your society has taught you to doubt your masculinity, discovering that other cultures accept you for who you are can be liberating.

Death By Entertainment: The Newest Threat To Your Relationship

That’s entertainment! Steven Lake asks, “What’s the point?” if it isolates you and your loved one.

How Sexual Assault in the Military Degrades Homeland Security

Previous consensual sex defense acquits alleged rapist, but what’s the military’s scorecard on combating sexual assault?

Time is Money?

Father Time is a weekly column dedicated to the concept of time in a parent’s life, particularly a father’s life. The point of view comes from a father of two young sons, both under three-years-old, and how time really is just that: a concept. ◊♦◊ There’s an Instagram feed called “daily_motiv8tion” that posts quotes about […]

The Comedy in White Supremacy

Matthew Rozsa returns (one last time) to the subject of Internet racists.