‘Man Who Has It All’ Shines A Biting Satirical Light on Sexism

Hilarious Twitter and Facebook Feed Mocks Silly Double Standards

#mydepressionlookslike Hashtag Used To Spread Awareness and Fight Stigma

Ten heart-wrenching Tweets provide a look behind the curtain of depression.

My Aversion to Twitter and Trump

Matthew Rozsa’s aversion to Twitter is, strangely, related to his aversion to Trump.

5 Companies Who Play the Perks Card Right

Traditional 9 to 5 jobs will no longer satisfy most employees.

The ‘Twitter Revolution’: A Revolution for Twits

Why is this guy not impressed with Twitter?

On Being Emotionally Numb

I felt so much, I started to feel nothing.

How to End a Fight (on Twitter) Without Spilling Blood

Another person’s background may have led them to different conclusions than your own, but that doesn’t make their opinion less valid.

Time In A Bottle

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. ◊♦◊ Baby books are basically time capsules. It’s a place to […]

Is Social Media Destroying Our Humanity?

Are we hiding behind selfies and negative social media behaviour instead of promoting human interaction and kindness?

Please Don’t Wring Your Hands or Preach to the Converted About the San Bernardino Mass Shooting

Thomas Fiffer doesn’t want to read your impassioned Facebook posts about the latest mass shooting in San Bernardino.

The Incredible Whiteness of Technology

Why do Blacks often leave tech companies once they break the glass ceiling? How about “it’s raining glass…

A Dad Confesses the Secrets He DIDN’T Post on Social Media This Week

John White is becoming increasingly aware that only the pristine happy lives of parents make their way to social media. He thinks the public conversation should be more honest. He’s willing to go first.

What Can You Do to Stop the Shootings?

How to spot signs of premeditation and what to do as a bystander when you suspect violent intentions?

Six Easy Ways To Tell If That Viral Story Is A Hoax

Pete Brown shows us how to navigate viral stories in their honesty.

A Few Thoughts on Racist Tweets

We will never get rid of Internet bigots. What can we learn from them?

Looking Through “Depressing” Tweets

Matthew Rozsa explores the latest Twitter trend, #TheWorstPartOfDepressionIs.