Artist Gao Youjun, who goes by Tango, has created a brilliant set of drawings for your viewing pleasure. If...
This weekend I traveled to Nanaimo, British Columbia to attend the Science & Spirituality Conference. There were hundreds of...
Many of you not old enough to remember the old “Your Brain On Drugs” video, and don’t understand the connection between the title picture of a fried egg, allow Wikipedia to explain. This Is Your Brain on Drugs was a large-scale US anti-narcotics campaign by Partnership for a Drug-Free... Read more
Coursework for university students is a mandatory part of the learning process. Students must follow strict university guidelines for the contents of their coursework. Some guidelines are implicit, which basically means that any work handed in by the student must adhere to these regulations without the institute having to... Read more
Millions of people every month search online to help solve their very own life quandaries, which I think is a wonderful thing. Years ago, I too started my journey the same way. The problem is, when you are in that vulnerable dark place and haven’t really started to open... Read more
It’s Monday!! You are probably having a lame day at the office, or maybe even one of those days where you feel like slapping your boss right across the face. I get it, work sucks! We all need a shift in perspective from time to time. In hopes of providing you... Read more
It has been a while since we have featured a TED video, but I thought you 10,000 hour rule warriors might benefit from this short clip. Neuroplasticity is a wonderful thing! Read more
One of the most highly sought after places to work in the world right now is Google, but they only hire the cream of the crop. Will you be prepared when they try to stump you with their unorthodox interview questions? One of the ways they sort through all... Read more
After spending a wonderful evening with my partner, we left the concert hall and began to walk down the street towards our car. We approached a church on the corner of a street where two homeless people sat with their shopping carts containing all their belongings. This was not unusual... Read more
Yes, you read that correctly! For reasons yet revealed, our site was hacked last week. I was completely locked out of the site, and was left with completely powerless. I will admit to having a slight degree raw panic flushing over me, but the hosting provider was eventually contacted(which will... Read more
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DIY projects ebb and flow in overall popularity but the benefits they offer never change. Whether you want to tackle a sewing project or learn a method of painting or how to make something out of wood, items you make by yourself offer a great deal of personal satisfaction.... Read more
This amazing website shows you all the data any website you visit can find out about you. The list includes your location, operating system, browser plugins, previously visited web page, local and public IP, service provider, social media networks you are logged into, devices on your local network, and... Read more