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.
Brian Brown: Obama’s 1930s-style call to nationalist collectivism shows just how fundamentally he misreads the times.
Brian Brown: Learn the lessons of Facebook and Twitter: people don’t make friends, buy products, or vote because it’s good for humanity.
A few minutes ago, Roger Scruton and Tyler Cowen debated the question of whether social media represent the end of friendship. There was, however, an important point that was not touched, and that older adults do not seem to realize—that social media are not primarily a technological phenomenon. They are an attempt to use technology […]