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DVD Review: ‘On the Road with Charles Kuralt, Set Three’

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If you are stressed out, pessimistic about society, depressed, or just generally uninspired by life, this is your new therapy assignment: watch one episode of On the Road a day. Read More »

Book Review: Blue Dust: Forbidden by Katy Krump

An exploration of life, the unreliability of humanity, and compassion in a fantastical universe. Read More »

Book Review: The Final Summit: A Quest to Find the One Principle That Will Save Humanity by Andy Andrews

Andrews gives us the key to humanity in his book the Final Summit. Will the travelers find answers in time? Read More »

Racism – Alive and Well in the 21st Century

Isn't it sad that racism is still alive and well, even in the 21st century? You'd think America would have learned a better way by now. Read More »

House, M.D.: Finding House’s Humanity in “Out of the Chute”

House hits rock bottom in House, M.D.'s "Out of the Chute." Read More »

The Singularity Thang

For those living under a rock, here's a primer on this here new-fangled technological Singularity, with jokes. Read More »

Praxis Bold as Love: When Open Source Technological Philosophy Meets Good Science Practice

Sandbox intelligence. Read More »

Book Review: The Giver by Lois Lowry

Lois Lowry's dystopian parable The Giver deserves credit for its perfectly understated vision of what it means to be human. Read More »