Some attendees at #PhillyIsBaltimore expressed concern about policing tactics, while others advocated for the government's downfall. The post Philadelphians Vocalize Policing Concerns in Solidarity With Baltimore appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Do we even remember life before everything we do could be recorded online and shared with the world? The post Is Social Media Making Us All Unhappy? And What to Do About It appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Arnold Schwarzenegger and the winner of Arnie’s previous Omaze raffle entice us to once again help After School All-Stars. Each $10 donation gets you a chance to hang out with the action star and have fun with explosives.
Waiting for a haircut isn't exactly fun for kids. But Alvin Irby is changing that in New York City barbershops. The post #67: Alvin Irby, Founder of Barbershop Books appeared first on The Good Men Project.
While it may seem that the laws of etiquette only apply to dinner parties and theater outings, a certain decorum should prevail even in a public restroom. Today we illuminate the unspoken (and too often unfollowed) code of conduct for using the bathroom like a gentleman. Illustrated by Ted Slampyak
In my role as a career counselor, I am able to work with male-identified clients to debunk the idea that the only noble goals in career are wealth and material goods. The post I Am A Woman & I Counsel Men About Their Careers, This is What I’ve Learned About Men & Work appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Codemasters brings its racing series back to its rally roots with this hardcore sim. The Windows beta of DiRT Rally has 17 cars, 36 stages in 3 locations, day and night and weather conditions, tuning and team management.
How do we make decisions in complex environments? Can we trust our gut? How do we gain insights? In today’s podcast I talk to Dr. Gary Klein to get some answers to these questions. Dr. Klein pioneered the field of naturalistic decision-making and is an expert on the science of insights. Show Highlights What “naturalistic […]
Jenny Kanevsky offers much needed guidance for what to do and what not to do when you see parents struggling with their kids. ___ Either keep quiet or support your fellow parent, and human being. Recognize that tantrums are hard to deal with, public ones that much more so. Show More Summary
Vaptur is an eccentric video recording app for iOS devices. It can’t record videos in real-time. Instead, it allows you to record an event a few seconds after it happens, so it’s practically impossible to miss a moment.
To promote the UK’s National STEM Centre, science teacher Alom Shaha shows how to build a device which demonstrates the principles of wave physics using some duct tape, kebab sticks and Jelly Babies. The Doctor would be so proud.
Do you want to increase the fire that burns between you and your loved one? Do you want to do it without sacrificing a Saturday slate of sports that may rival the Royal Wedding, and Royal Delivery Part I & II combined. This is your step-by-step...Show More Summary
The Bruno trash can has a hidden air pump at its base. It detects when you’re sweeping dirt into it and sucks them up into the trash bag. Its app lets you set a trash day reminder and alerts you when it’s low on trash bags.
We crave connection with our children but often screw it up. Intentional parenting expert Mike Berry has some tips to help you bridge the gap. ___ A few weeks ago, my family and I were fortunate to head south and spend six days in Tennessee for Spring Break. Show More Summary
Artist Julien Salaud creates amazingly intricate images of people, animals and abstract forms using phosphorescent thread as his medium. They come to life like drawings of constellations when lit with ultraviolet illumination.
Alex Barnett shares the ups and downs of parenting and what you learn from it. The post The Good News-Bad News About Becoming a Parent appeared first on The Good Men Project.
We know who they are, and there are strategies to handle them. But some people need a visual. The post A Visual Guide to Handling Toxic People appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Nissan’s NISMO division pits its ridiculously treaded-out JUKE RS against a group of husky dogs to see who can handle the extreme weather in Lapland best. We’re not sure who won the race, but we feel like winners just for watching.
Three special topics. We want to hear from you. The post Call for Submissions: Fathers, Do-Overs, and What Matters to Me appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Bored at your desk? Got a hole punch, a notepad, and plenty of patience? Like artist Scott Blake, you too could create your own flipbook animation using these common office supplies. Too lazy for that? Just buy one that’s already made up.