State of the world
Thoughts, news, ideas, information. Social, science, and tech progress affecting your world and future
What does the United States as a unified country even look like? Very different, clearly, to different groups. And the alt-right sure isn’t helping.
Old economy jobs have been replaced by tech. Donald Trump, as hard as he might try, can’t bring back jobs that don’t exist anymore.
Fake news sites have become increasingly common. Falsified stories were even blamed for the rise of Donald Trump, and for his victory over Hillary Clinton.
While it seems that the United States took an enormous step backwards on social issues, progress, and acceptance on November 8, Minnesota continues to look forward.
Perhaps without realizing it, the party culture of “tonight” embraces more than anything the notion that time is fleeting, and nothing really matters.
You’re awesome. You know it. Everybody should know it. So why is this asshole arguing with you?
Obama’s avid enthusiasm for scientific progress and technological advancements shows he not only understands the present, but also the future.
Sanctuary or den of sin? Locals share their stories, and secrets, of long nights and early mornings at Minnesota clubs.
With the Digital Age came computers. With computers came the internet. With internet came your post, their post, funny post, mean post, political post…
Tech outside of Silicon Valley, Seattle, and Austin? Of course. And in Minnesota, there’s plenty. But is Minnesota’s diverse economy still lagging in the tech sector?