Blog Problems

What in the world is up with the world of blogs? Blogs are meant to be this great new technology where people can share their ideas and interests with others around the globe. As far as I'm concerned the state of blogs is one of chaos, confusion, and anti-interactivity. The other day I decided to do some research on the Web and try to connect to...
Dec 31, 2014 |

How Many Blogs Should You Have?

One popular way to make money on the Internet today is blogging. One question some people wonder about is how many blogs they should start and try to keep up with? In this article we will give you a couple of different viewpoints and then let you decide for yourself!
Dec 31, 2014 |

How to Write a Good Blog

First of all, a good blog is one that is on-topic. The blog has to stick to some niche. For example, the niche can include business or education. However, some blogs can have a more specific niche such as online marketing or K-12 education. A blog should be always focused on the same niche. Visitors want to return to a blog to read about related...
Dec 31, 2014 |

Sophie's World by Jostein Gaarder

Join Sophie and enter a world of philosophy. You will be joining the philosophy's teacher, Alberto Knox on this ride. Sophie's World will open up your mind to many things that you never thought about before. You won't be learning these in most schools unless if you are in a philosophy school. You are bound to learn everything you need to know...
Dec 31, 2014 |

The Philosophy of "Like"

Being "liked" has about it a translucent power hardly ever more important. In this sweeping global phenomenon that is Facebook the amount of "likes" is a currency we all seem to now relate with. We ought to never underestimate the psychological powers that 'be' in the realms of Facebook and Twitter and their fellow constituents.
Dec 31, 2014 |

Philosophy Department

Introduction to philosophy, information on the programs offered, and career opportunity insights. With a department blog and related news and links.
Apr 28, 2016 |

Secular Philosophy

Site dedicated to discussions and the exchange of ideas on issues concerning secular philosophy. Presents films, books, and blogs.
Apr 28, 2016 |

Defiant, Kurds vote in northern Iraq, seeking path to independence

In Erbil, capital of northern Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdish region, the longstanding dream of statehood has been sold as a done deal. Streets have been lined with billboards in favor of Kurdish... Read More

In Alabama, an early test of anti-establishment mood

“We cannot be bought,” declares B.B. Sellers, as he and his wife leave a sweltering outdoor rally for Roy Moore, the firebrand former judge who has been leading in a tight Republican run-off for US... Read More

Why elections in Europe spring a surprise

Last spring, Europe watched with surprise as a new centrist party in France, En Marche!, defeated the two traditional parties. The election win was a signal that the French want more independence... Read More