At this point, the internet probably knows more about you than YOU do. Your browsing habits, your whereabouts, your deepest secrets. Is that a bad thing?
Warm weather means one thing for sure: artificial morality and values are subjective, elastic, fungible, and impermanent. Also, strawberry shortcake.
Did Nietzsche enjoy a little dessert from time to time? Trick question. Nietzsche didn’t enjoy anything; life is meaningless. Here. Try the crème brûlée.
Time ticks onward in a meaningless, unending circle resulting in death, nothingness, and this classic dessert. Red velvet cake, through a nihilist’s eyes.
When the president tweeted “covfefe,” our brains interpreted more than just a mistake. What are the rules of language that made us find meaning in nonsense?
Ever since he met her that night at the party, he’s been acting differently. Is it love or something more sinister? A supervillain you never saw coming.
To truly be the worst person, it takes dedication, hard work, and a lot of planning. (Oh—and hashtags. Don’t forget hashtags.)
The 7 deadly sins were built for a pre-internet world. It’s time to install some software upgrades. These are the 7 digital deadly sins.
Do you have to invite your friend’s unborn baby to the wedding? How do you even address the envelope? Dr. Manners breaks it down, PLUS sharing at day care.