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.

Task 50 of 52: Good Men Mind Their P’s And Q’s

“Good breeding consists of concealing how much we think of ourselves and how little we think of the other person.” -Mark Twain

When Friends Die: The Clarity and Confusion of Grief

Jeff Goins dives into the deep well of grief and tries to come up with answers.

I Want to Change the World by Changing My Mind

Quentin Lucas tells a short story to show how poor thinking can happen to any of us.

Loving Emails Show There’s More To Trees Than Ecosystem Services

Melburnians love their trees, and for good reason.

The Internet Is Real: How Relationships Online Are Just Like in Real Life

Aaron Tang writes the rules for virtual relationships.

9 Idiotic Office Rules That Drive Everyone Insane

If companies want workers to be productive and happy, Dr. Travis Bradberry says they need to rethink policies that are unnecessary and demoralizing.

I Care. Just Not As Much.

Doyin Richards believes that caring a little less makes him a happier dad.

Why It’s Good To Take Breaks from the Internet

Matthew Rozsa discusses why it’s important to spend time offline as well as on it.

The 11th Commandment

Hell hath no fury like the Twitterverse.

Top Tips for Kid-Safe Web Surfing

Wellcast offers guidance for parents to keep kids safe online.

Critical Thinking and Wine

As readers – and writers – we need to be wary of viral, sensational headlines (because one glass of wine does NOT equal an hour of exercise).

Your Internet Habits Create Your Reality

Each of us has a different reality. And we’re creating that reality, and can shape it in many ways.

In Defense of Being Opinionated

Is it entitled for millennials to believe their opinions matter? Matthew Rozsa argues: No.