State of the world
Thoughts, news, ideas, and information that informs our past, present, and future.
Obama’s avid enthusiasm for scientific progress and technological advancements shows he not only understands the present, but also the future.
I take long showers, I buy imported items in plastic packages marked #6 that will end up in landfills. I have failed you, Mother Nature, and I’m sorry.
You party because YOLO. You stay home because you want to. You make your friends happy, after taking care of them puking in the bathroom.
WTF is old? Minnesotans share what growing old means to them in the latest segment of TiltMN’s “Aging” series.
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…
Everyone is calling for a dynamic life, looking to live life to the fullest. But not everyone is sure what that means exactly.
Over a dozen athletes with Minnesota ties will be representing the U.S.A. in the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
On the brink of true A.I. becoming a reality, we are finally coming face to face with the intelligent robots we’ve always imagined. What will that mean for humans?
In a world where answers are sometimes hard to find, Chris “Midway Felix” Wilbourn offers a few ideas on how to stay tolerant, informed, and engaged within our local communities.
One addict’s journey to sobriety and the resulting kick-ass creativity and happiness that followed.
Asteroids, climate change, nuclear holocaust, disease, politics… These are certainly the End Times. But how likely is it that humans will go the way of the dinosaur?
The presence of Black Lives Matter has never been felt more strongly in Minnesota than after the deaths of Marcus Golden and Philando Castile.
Social media is the most effective way to share, learn, and discuss. In the wake of tragedies at home and abroad, we must be careful how we do that.
The Juno spacecraft recently went into orbit around Jupiter after a nearly 5-year journey with the help of parts made right here in Minnesota.
Ageism is a problem, but is not addressed in the same manner as other forms of discrimination. Let’s talk about growing old in America.
You can always read more and study harder to make yourself smarter. Here we offer a few other ideas to prime your brain and improve your mind.
Private companies have gotten in on the space race. Is there anything that could stop them from going to war above the clouds?
Gender is a fluid concept in 2016, and traditional notions of gender have gone out the window. Is this the new normal for America and the rest of the world?
Are Dash Buttons the future of shopping? Are they a dangerous step towards complacency? Or will they be just a footnote in Amazon’s grand “Internet of Things” strategy?
By 2018 it will be ears keeping your information safe.
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