Note to commenters about vitriol and frequency of commenting — Why Evolution Is True

Although I’m in Paris, I am reading comments, and have noticed two things: 1.) Certain people are dominating threads in posts, and doing it repeatedly. As I said in Da Roolz (rule 9): Try not to dominate threads, particularly in a one-on-one argument. I’ve found that those are rarely informative, and the participants never reach […] […]

Philanthropy for Better Cities Forum

http://www.citiesphilanthropy.com/en/ TACKLING METROPOLITAN SOCIAL ISSUES Urbanisation in recent decades has been accelerating on an unprecedented scale, fundamentally transforming the opportunities and challenges that cities face today. There is a need to create a common platform that facilitates dialogue on addressing the social needs of 21st century cities. Why should you attend?The Philanthropy for Better Cities […]

Called T Noie, which refers to the house’s T-shaped structure, the 102-square-metre, two property is located in Toyot

Japanese architect Katsutoshi Sasaki has built himself a new family home, featuring a dark-painted facade of red cedar and a bright, airy interior. Called T Noie, which refers to the house's T-shaped structure, the 102-square-metre, two property is located in Toyota, Aichi Prefecture. From the outside, the tall and narrow building appears to have very few […]

Push: Visit NYC’s best cultural institutions for free with a library card

New York City is home to some of the most renowned cultural institutions in the world, and starting this week, The New York Public Library is making it even easier for New Yorkers to enjoy these remarkable destinations with Culture Pass , a service that allows library cardholders to visit cultural institutions throughout the city […]