What does effective leadership look like? Matt does the research to demonstrate a scientifically better way to improve product design.
Brannon breaks down three fundamental issues with education in America.
Brannon offers a path to the past, and a reminder for the future.
Relating to the podcast published on the same day, Brannon puts down his extended thoughts on the conspiracy theories we come across and their underlying mechanics.
Brannon has a moment of peace and shares it with us.
Have you got a crazy uncle that tells you all about the conspiracy of climate change? Does he also have pictures of Sasquatch? No? Didn’t think so! He’s also full of crap on the climate piece. Read for some great counter-arguments to some bad arguments.
Brannon muses over a bug of language that may very well trigger the next apocalypse.
Moderates are the most important force in modern American elections. How do we harness their balance-correcting power?
Part of Brannon’s “Musing” series offers a short look at a topic he’s been thinking about. This was referenced in our Podcast episode of the same name.
Brannon tells a historical story of friendship.
Seafood pollution is a very real thing. Matt writes about the processes that cause it and how it affects one particular body of water - San Diego Bay.
Brannon informally dishes on a subject he’s thinking about.
Brannon offers a much more comprehensive look at Bernie Sanders than you’ll get if you only watch television.
This is a shameless use of my blog to post some original music. Here, Matt shares a remix of the opening track to the podcast.
New contributor Brannon McConkey offers perspective on the issues of identity politics as they relate to race, the feminist and transgender movements, and the nature of the public conversation.
We have duties as citizens to hold ourselves accountable to each other. Several entities would prefer you endorse their position without critical thinking. Here, Matt proposes complicity or indifference are indistinguishable as moral judgments of our political discourse.
Wherein Matt writes about trying to kill that urge. And we're ending the Wandering Group experiment.
Wherein Matt looks back on his generation's "JFK moment" and discusses the harmful effects Truthers bring.
Wherein Matt writes about a future project he's going to be thinking about while in school - The Human Global Community Center.
Just a blog post! About Anthropogeny and a technique for finding your way in your world.