If colleges weren't so provincial, the education system could become a lot more productive and stop wasting so many peoples' time and potential.
Just read the excerpt in Vanity Fair of the new Joseph Heller biography, and there's no mention of Nelson Algren.
So it's not about the deficit after all.
"If you're a man and have ever logged onto Facebook, you're a cheater," said a 20-year-old college student who is really suspicious of her boyfriend Greg. "Actually, if you're a man and have ever looked at a computer, you're a cheater."
By Kiša Lala Tim Hetherington, ©Tim A Hetherington Photo-journalist Tim Hetherington was killed by a rocket propelled grenade on April 20th...
Tim Hetherington and Sebastian Junger created what I believe to be one of the best films about war ever made, fiction or non.
When Funny Or Die announced a partnership with Mike Sacks to launch their new books division, those familiar with the author could have hardly been su...
The Seventies are often referred to as the decade that taste forgot. This is unfair, and for anyone who really loves fashion, it's just not true. To designers, the decade is a goldmine of fashion inspiration.
If you could spend an hour inside Mike Sacks' brain you would probably get lost. You might also find yourself giggling uncontrollably or wind up sobbing in a ball on the floor.
They simply don't make them like Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor anymore. She perfectly balanced talent, glamor, sex appeal, kindness, compassion and yes, even scandal.
Being a startup investing in startups is no easy task. But we're trying to be thoughtful about it, try new things and iterate rapidly with the benefit of data. Sounds a lot like what we expect from the startups we invest in.
What idea of Hitchens' could a man possibly grapple with? What new perspective has he introduced that can be pondered, analyzed, defeated or accepted?
Poseurs, Deborah Vankin's funny, touching graphic novel about the adventures of young adults immersed in L.A. party culture, reminds me of how I learned to decode the notorious "Hollywood No."
Stop letting your harsh inner critic get the best of you. Negative thoughts about your body diverts your attention away from more important things.