Doomscrolling COVID News Takes an Emotional Toll – Here’s How To Make Your Social Media a Happier Place

Doomscrolling COVID News Takes an Emotional Toll – Here’s How To Make Your Social Media a Happier Place

TBS Newsbot

While doomscrolling has become a ubiquitous part of COVID, here’s how to make your social media a happier, less damaging place.

That One Friend: The Golem

That One Friend: The Golem

Adam Strong

Adam Strong reflects on a friendship that began in high school and spanned through college, the kind of friend we might relate to, the one who maybe shouldn’t have been. 

Meet the White Paint That Fights Climate Change (and Another Color That Curbs Smoking)

Meet the White Paint That Fights Climate Change (and Another Color That Curbs Smoking)

TBS Newsbot

Meet the two smartest colors from the spectrum: one is designed to fight climate change, and the other curbs bad habits. Both reflect (and deflect) in the best ways.

Dispatches From the Apocalypse: Taming Roko’s Basilisk (October 23, 2021)

Dispatches From the Apocalypse: Taming Roko’s Basilisk (October 23, 2021)

Sean Davis

In Sean Davis’s latest Dispatches From the Apocalypse, he examines how we’re great at finding solutions … it’s just that we’re focused on all of the wrong problems. 

Dune May Be Unfilmable, but Denis Villeneuve Gives It One Heck of a Try

Dune May Be Unfilmable, but Denis Villeneuve Gives It One Heck of a Try

James Jay Edwards

James Jay Edwards reviews Dune, an epic science fiction film directed by Denis Villeneuve, the latest attempt to adapt Frank Herbert’s novel. (Warner Bros. Pictures) 

Thoughts on Life After the Death of My Friend

Thoughts on Life After the Death of My Friend

Derryn Hinch

The recent passing of his friend, Andrew Peacock, hit columnist Derryn Hinch harder than he expected. But while Hinch feels closer to his own end, he feels fortunate to still be here.

The Top 10 Approaches to Taking Politics Seriously (or Not) Right Now

The Top 10 Approaches to Taking Politics Seriously (or Not) Right Now

Nancy Townsley

It’s been posited that, in America, we’re sleepwalking our way to the end of democracy. Nancy Townsley examines the Top 10 types of Americans who are contributing to this.

Oh Morrissey, So Much To Answer For

Oh Morrissey, So Much To Answer For

Andrew P Street

Our relationships with art and music can run deep, but when beloved artists assume uncomfortable stances on issues, it can be difficult to separate the art from the artist.

Risen Apes: A Fool Such As I

Risen Apes: A Fool Such As I

S.M. Park

S.M. Park’s column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “A Fool Such As I,” Park talks about one of his most memorable trips to Europe.

It Takes a Lot of Education To Keep Us This Stupid

It Takes a Lot of Education To Keep Us This Stupid

Caitlin Johnstone

The powerful work so hard at controlling the narrative because they understand that whoever controls the dominant narratives about the world controls the world itself.

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That One Friend: The Golem

Adam Strong

Adam Strong reflects on a friendship that began in high school and spanned through college, the kind of friend we might relate to, the one who maybe shouldn’t have been. 

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Barry Palte on the Future of Impact Investing

TBS Partners

In the first episode of the A Future by Design webinar, Barry Palte explains how technology is giving us the opportunity to change the world for the better.

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