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.
Brian Brown: Learn the lessons of Facebook and Twitter: people don’t make friends, buy products, or vote because it’s good…
A few minutes ago, Roger Scruton and Tyler Cowen debated the question of whether social media represent the end of…