Okay church, lead by example: It's time for the Evangelical church to go for confession The post White Conservative Christians Will Not Impact the Culture Until.... appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Jesse Kornbluth shares some of the best gifts for children this holiday season. The post The Holidays: They’re for the Kids, Right? Here are 26 Smart Gift Suggestions appeared first on The Good Men Project.
What if there was a way to make copies of your best fitting shirt, regardless of who made it? Check out How I Cloned My Best Fitting Shirt Into 3 More on Primer.
Meshuggah, balagan, a hot mess — whatever you want to call it, these men in black are just doing their adorable best. The post 4,000 Rabbis Attempted the Mannequin Challenge and it Went About How You’d Expect appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Bill Gates, who has been identified as the world's most significant donor in the fight against AIDS, shares his thoughts on the pandemic with some of Africa's most prominent academics. The post Leading African Academics Quiz Bill Gates on HIV/Aids and the Role of Philanthropy appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Who better to take into the sensuous desert than these Sufi masters. The post A Book is a Man’s Best Traveling Companion appeared first on The Good Men Project.
America watches and learns that their habit of watching pornography is justified by their liberal television heroes. The post Pornography: The Issue too Progressive for Progressives appeared first on The Good Men Project.
A moving short documentary about Andy, a man who lost his vision after a brutal assault, and the fascinating new technology which is helping him to regain his lost sense by sending electrical impulses to his tongue.
CineFix showcases the various kinds of title sequences – some introduce characters, some actually start the story, and some simply set the tone – while going through its top 10 picks of this artwork within an artwork. You won’t argue with their top pick.
Bora Barroso presents a brief look back at animated films from the House of Mouse, from 1937’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, up to this year’s Zootopia. While the style and technique have changed, the storytelling and characters continue to enthrall.
A brief look at some of the creatures that were developed for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Like The Force Awakens and the original trilogy, they’re being brought to life using puppets and practical effects where possible to make them seem more realistic.
Artist Danny Stowe’s beautiful and unique brass Zippo windproof lighters are wrapped in handstitched, permanent leather covers which give them a rugged western look. Choose from raw, distressed, burnt distressed, or woodgrain finish...
Kurzgesagt looks way back at the history of humanity, and suggests a new calendar that reminds us of mankind’s achievements dating much further back than we typically acknowledge. You can order the 12,017 Human Era Calendar here.
The fine folks over at Everyday Carry have gathered up an extensive list of awesome gear for your holiday shopping consideration. They’ve cataloged some great knives, bags, wallets, pens, watches, tools and more, for every guy on your list.
Deep learning algorithms power everything from search engines to self-driving cars. With this 14.5-hour online course, you’ll explore some advanced topics within this field, learning how to program computers to learn and solve problems on their own.
Bored at your desk? You could use your downtime teach yourself to play some music using a plastic coffee stirrer like this guy did. Of course Darth Vader would never need one of these, as he likes his coffee like his outfits – black...
The Oregon Trail is a truly classic game that everyone needs to play at least once. But dying of dysentery wasn’t nearly the worst thing that could happen to you in the real Wild West that the game was inspired by. At least they had whiskey.
A compact yet powerful portable speaker with a unique canteen-like design. It’s waterproof, so you can take it kayaking or on the beach, and attaches to bikes, backpacks, or other items using its durable bungee strap.
Alcohol can kill. So can going on and on about it. This commercial for a portable ultrasonic beer foamer actually makes fun of its target market, and for that we give it props. Remember folks, talk moderately.
We love the minimalist style of Baladeo’s pocket knife, which has a unique open handle made from stainless steel and embellished with a skinny rose wood covering. Measures 3.7? long when closed, and 7.5? when opened.