Bill Maher is right about religion: The Orwellian ridiculousness of Jesus, and the truth about moral progress |
There are three reasons for the sclerotic nature of religion: (1) The foundation of the belief in an absolute morality is the belief in an absolute religion grounded in the One True God. This inexorably
Project info PARADE questions our appropriation of urban space. In a clever body language game, Guillaume Martial depicts a character (himself) seeking by all means to make sense of the street furniture.
By playing a clever body language game, the photographer questions our relationship to the urban space and creates a surreal, absurd reading of the every day objects around us. Photographs and text byGuillaume
Master intimidating (and awe-inducing) advanced yoga poses with this step-by-step guide Certain fitness feats—like finishing a 10-K in less than an hour or busting out 20 real-deal pushups—earn you instant
Novelist David Foster Wallace gave a speech called "This Is Water" to the 2005 graduating class at Kenyon College. The speech, which has become legendary, discusses how meaningless daily routines take
A big shift has happened in the way large companies make decisions. I described it in my blog on "Zombie Apocalypse". Big companies have taken away the purchase power of middle- and higher-level executives