I’m here to argue for the little square frame, the little bit of perfection surrounded by chaos, and the little pieces of art in our everyday lives.
Are we taking pictures to remember or to showcase?
Spiritual Practices of Interactions with Screens
The greatest art, after all, is not to do public relations well, but to live well.
American giving is getting more and more public, and that’s a good thing.
It’s not because you got on Facebook. It’s because of why. (A letter to parents.)
Good social media is like the good life: unplanned.
Brian Brown: Thoughts as I evacuate my home and watch my city burn.
Miriel Thomas: What a stranger’s words have me thinking about the role of assumptions in American public discourse. [twitter-follow screen_name=’humanepursuits’]
Brian Brown: Obama’s 1930s-style call to nationalist collectivism shows just how fundamentally he misreads the times.