The Kill Screen is a comic that shows a world where computers have run rampant --- not on society, as you might expect, but rather within society. As a virus. Created by Mike Garley, Josh Sherwell and letterer Mike Stock, the series sees computers literally infecting people and places into digitised oblivion, glitched and broken. Show More Summary
Facebook is testing a new fundraising tool that will allow nonprofits to host campaigns on their Facebook page. The company is partnering with 37 organizations including National Multiple Sclerosis Society and the World Wildlife fund to try out the new functionality. The interface allows nonprofits to set up a page for a fundraising campaign where the […]
See sample pages at Wink. According to artist David Shrigley’s message on the back cover of his book, Weak Messages Create Bad Situations, “We are in a bad situation and weak messages are to blame. Lots of individuals in society today are feeble-minded. Show More Summary
The core values of Digital India are embedded in making India a digitally empowered nation, which helps our society, culture and environment. Breaking the status quo remains one of the pillars of this mission. Continuing with this vision, Indian Govt. Show More Summary
Last week I spent a few days with family, friends and startups in Germany. When I was at my parents we watched a television debate about Islam, religious freedom and German society. I was struck by the stark contrast to most political...Show More Summary
The only edition of Neil Strauss’ The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists available at my local bookstore comes bound in gold-embossed faux leather with gilded page edges and a satiny red ribbon to mark your place....Show More Summary
Halloween season tends to reveal a lot about the way society as a whole profits from and pigeonholes marginalized groups. In addition to the transphobia and racism of many costumes, the outfit options available for very young children--particularly the ones sold at chain stores--often reinforce sexist gender norms.
They've announced that the Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books goes to Adventures in the Anthropocene, by Gaia Vince. See the publicity pages from Chatto & Windus and Milkweed, or get your copy from Amazon.com (it's conveniently just out in paperback in the US) or Amazon.co.uk.
Eight Catholic colleges have responded to a Cardinal Newman Society report by removing or editing website pages that indicated links between the colleges and Planned Parenthood. But more than three weeks after the report exposed scandalous associations with the nation’s largest abortion provider, most other colleges cited in the report have taken no action to […]
I didn’t want to do this story. When the story first broke I posted a link on my Facebook page that said “That’s it. We’ve failed. The last one leaving society please turn out the lights.” However the more I read about the story and saw just how outlandish it was I had to comment. […]
Facebook is about to get a whole lot more useful for nonprofits. Today, the social giant launched a "Donate Now" button organizations can plug directly into their Pages and ads to aid fundraising efforts. The American Cancer SocietyShow More Summary
Meet Theo and Tabitha Galvan, toast of the upper crust, headliners on the society pages and, oh yes, they kill people. read more
Topic: Books Where do the impeccably selected libraries that appear in society pages and design magazines come from? Many are the work of private library curators - who scour the world to find the books that will both look pleasing on the shelf and reflect the interests of the library's owner. From The man who builds up private libraries - book by rare book - BBC News
(Paul Mirengoff) Anthea Butler, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, takes to the pages of the Washington Post to advance the proposition that “racial hatred and white supremacy...continue to pervade our society.” She relies mainly on media coverage of the Charleston massacre and other instances of racial violence. Show More Summary
The LAT's editorial page calls for Snowden to return to the US to be put on trial because we live in a "society of laws," but this commitment to the rule of law only reaches to a single source, and not the many "unnamed sources" who reveal secrets that have been tacitly cleared by the US government. Read the rest
"I am SO awake right now!" :P This adorable fuzzlet is Kona. She's up for adoption with the Sacramento House Rabbit Society in Sacramento, CA. Read more about Kona on her Petfinder page here. Good luck bun! Hope you're adopted...
So I saw this story posted today on the Facebook page of our friends at the Antietam Paranormal Society. I’m not sure how true this story is (it’s from the Examiner), but considering recent events in the paranormal community, as well as comments on this planner’s Facebook page, it’s hard to dismiss it. There seems to be […]
Researchers from the Humane Society of the United States painstakingly reviewed hundreds of pages of state and federal inspection records to uncover and expose the worst 100 puppy mills in the United States and just released their 2015 report, according to the DoDo. Show More Summary
A guest column by the American Society of Anesthesiologists, exclusive to KevinMD.com. As a physician, you never quite get used to being paged in the middle of the night. The shrill tones emitted via a radio frequency device that seems squarely stuck in the 1980s are almost always the first sign of something gone wrong, […]
During the Arab Spring, the revolution in Egypt was often described as a Facebook Revolution. On Facebook pages like "We are all Khaled Said," Egyptian civil society organized itself and coordinated its protests in Tahrir Square. Even...Show More Summary