“We need to stop expecting other women to help us just because we’re women, too.”
In Part 1 of his essay, Liam Day traced the history of the data revolution from the factory floor to baseball’s front offices and beyond. In Part 2, he examines the fear of data.
Looking back upon what we could have learned from 9/11, Greg Olear sees only opportunists of many stripes using the events to further their agendas.
Michael Rowe believes that even if Dan Cathy were a medieval peddler selling slivers of the One True Cross, he couldn’t be more of a fraud than he is in this instance.
Lewis Lehe riffs on English accents, discussing the possible replacement of Received Pronunciation with Dizzeerascalian.
Andrew Cotto notes the similarities between Tennessee William’s play and his view of the Republican Party.
The two movements have a lot more in common than they’d want to believe, and Tom Matlack thinks they can come together to fix our country.
The U.S. Women’s National Team beat Brazil, Sarah Palin covers Newsweek, and Murdoch shutters News of the World.
This week’s Dudes decodes the real worth of the right-wing all-stars, as well as the usual suspects. In pennies.
Conservative critics disapprove of the choice of Common to read poetry at the White House. We break down why that’s completely freaking stupid.
2008 Republican vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin has a hankering to see dead photos of Osama bin Laden.
Think you know the difference between an asshole and a douchebag? Your guide to understanding insults leveled at guys.
“In fantasy land, we teach our kids abstinence—and they listen.”
David R. Dow is an attorney in Texas who has defended over 100 death row inmates over the last 20 years.
Mike Sacks discusses the attack in Woolwich, London, and extremism with a panel of experts on Islam and the Quran.
The Vasectomy Project is encouraging men to join forces and take responsibly for family planning. This is an opportunity to bring people together to talk about our collective responsibility while offering men a concrete way to contribute towards a solution by having a vasectomy.
Ted Chalfen gives one of the most positive graduation speeches we have ever seen.
Check out this heartwarming and humorous video of Heisman winners pitching in with Habitat for Humanity to help rebuild after Hurricane Katrina.
Try on eyeglasses from the comfort of your iPad. Part of the glasses.com try on revolution.
“Dear Masculinity, Who are you? Because no one seems to know for sure.” Dr. Kelly Flanagan’s letter to a man who’s impossible to know.
A best man supports the marriage of his friends, long after the reception.
Andy Bodle goes for a gorgeous girl with low self esteem, and finds himself mysteriously outclassed by everyone.
Are young males, generally, hardwired to take risks? Jason Kapcala explores this theme in part one of his series, “Bodies in Motion.”
The commander of the International Space Station gives a tutorial on how to keep up your good oral hygiene in outer space.
“A couple on the brink of a breakup has an intimate conversation in a restaurant, unaware that their every word is being closely monitored. However, not all is as it seems.”
This comment is by Adam McPhee on Kile Ozier’s post, “Good Grief”.
This is a comment by Kat on the post “A Husband’s Job Is To Create Emotional Safety”.
Did you leave school for success? Tell us your story.
Do you know the way to your own heart? Men who cook and write wanted.
It’s not exactly criminal. So why do you hide the source of your joy?