The case against Mark Zuckerberg: Insiders say Facebook’s CEO chose growth over safety

The SEC has been asked to probe whether his iron fisted management style, described in newly released documents and by insiders, led to disastrous outcomes.

A whistleblower’s power: Key takeaways from the Facebook Papers

Interviews with dozens of current and former employees and a trove of internal documents show how the social media company inflamed real-world harms

Did you know…

Did you know... ... that today is MTV 500,000 Videos Day? In 1989, MTV played its 500,000th music video, Van Halen's "Finish What Ya Started." Celebrate today by finishing a project you've started! ~~~ Today's Inspirational Quote: "If you're going to start something - if it's worth starting - then it's worth finishing. That's what … Continue reading Did you know…

10 Facts About Body Hair That Will Make You Sick

10 Facts About Body Hair That Will Make You Sick by Jonathan Hastad fact checked by Rachel Jones Body hair. You know, I don’t know why we have such a problem with body hair in our society. Yeah, it looks a little weird. We don’t necessarily like it under our armpits—unless you’re a guy, then we consider … Continue reading 10 Facts About Body Hair That Will Make You Sick

10 Historical Images of Tourist Attractions

Customer Service is Free

Customer service is free [ %5D (Customer service is expensive) Of course it's expensive. You'll need to hire people inclined to be empathic and kind. You'll need to provide systems and training and support. You'll need to avoid shortcuts and treat people better than the minimum required to get through the day. And you'll need to … Continue reading Customer Service is Free


WORD OF THE DAY Accouter ə-KOO-dər Part of speech: verb Origin: French, mid 16th century 1 Clothe or equip in something noticeable or impressive. Examples of Accouter in a sentence "Will and his friends accoutered themselves with new hiking gear before the trip." "The king decided to accouter himself in his finest velvet cape."

Newsletter: FP Editor’s Picks

SPONSORED BY THE MUNK SCHOOL AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 1 True believer. As Britain redefines its role on the world stage, new Foreign Secretary Liz Truss is charged with carrying the message of a “global Britain” overseas. She has always seen politics as philosophy in action, FP’s Amy Mackinnon writes. 2 Post-Trump mess. A new book captures the … Continue reading Newsletter: FP Editor’s Picks

Like Painting With Rainbows – Idiom

Like Painting With Rainbows. What Do Rainbows Symbolize? 1. Hope The rainbow is most commonly known as a symbol of hope. Rainbows often appear after a thunderstorm or when everything is seemingly at its darkest to then spread light and ultimately, hope. We will cover a few different symbols of the rainbow, however, most have … Continue reading Like Painting With Rainbows – Idiom

Newsletter: FS Brain Food

FS Doing the work required to hold an opinion means you can argue against yourself better than others can. — The Work Required to Hold an Opinion "I think people are afraid. They don’t recognize the power of this rule. And they’re afraid that by going first and giving resources, giving time, giving attention, giving samples, … Continue reading Newsletter: FS Brain Food

10 Fascinating Old-Timey Art Trends

by Ivan Farkas fact checked by Jamie Frater We take for granted how boring life was before radio, television, and the internet. Other than toiling and avoiding wild animals, there wasn’t much to do during one’s downtime. So people occupied themselves with art, some of which they took to the grave. SEE ALSO: 10 CURRENT FADS THAT ARE … Continue reading 10 Fascinating Old-Timey Art Trends

10 Weirdest Outfits in Met Gala History

10 Weirdest Outfits in Met Gala History by Steve Etherwood fact checked by Rachel Jones The Met Gala is one of the most famous and fabulous social events in the world. It’s also the single event that best combines charity fundraising for a public museum with obscenely decadent self-indulgence fashion by A-list celebrities. The Met Gala has … Continue reading 10 Weirdest Outfits in Met Gala History

10 Strange and Weird Phobias You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

10 Strange and Weird Phobias You’ve Probably Never Heard Of by Anjie G fact checked by Darci Heikkinen Have you ever wondered what the most bizarre phobias are? We’ve tackled this topic before, but this one includes some additional and strange phobias for you to consider, as long as you don’t have phobophobia—the fear of fears (or … Continue reading 10 Strange and Weird Phobias You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

Sunday Driver – by Seth Godin

Sunday driver [ ] There's a road near my house that was built early in the automobile era. It was built so that early adopter car owners would have something to do with their cars–a parkway that went nowhere in particular, perfect for a Sunday drive. Along the way, the term “Sunday driver” has become a … Continue reading Sunday Driver – by Seth Godin

Did you know…

Did you know... ... that today is 40-Hour Work Week Day? In 1940, the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 went into effect. One of its major provisions was the 40-hour work week. Trivia buffs: Henry Ford popularized the 40-hour work week after he discovered through his research that working more yielded only a small … Continue reading Did you know…