Neither Muslims nor Christians want to force our society into new religious conflicts. It is a third group that pits them against each other.
The battle of the sexes is the fiercest debate of our time, but to what end should it lead?
In the trenches of the First World War, Christmas and electronic music have more in common than one might think.
Radical groups and twisted individuals have been enticed by the power of social media to disseminate violent messages for a global audience. Is the Internet truly bringing the world closer together, or is it driving us apart?
The Internet as we know it has come under threat. As governments and large corporations poise themselves to take control, the question is: What can we as individual users do?
Instead of adapting our democracy to new circumstances and insights, we’re trying to organize it with the 1989 Game Boy because we use the 2014 iPad to watch cat videos.
Should we be shocked that people believe irrational things? Not really. We bombard children with information before we teach them how to think critically. It’s a daily mass murder of malleable mindsets.
On the dichotomy between belief and action.
Should police officers wear cameras to clarify cases like that in Ferguson? I don’t think so.
The next frontier of advertisement is native. It not only means that ads will masquerade as content, it also means that you can no longer trust your friends.
When was the last time an idea changed your life?
When it comes to technology, many value authenticity over convenience. It’s not rational, but it's understandable. Here’s why.
The tendency to classify people according to their origins turns a seemingly innocent question into an offensive remark.
Social freezing does not empower women, it postpones the question of family and gender equality.
I migrated to Germany when I was eight years old. Does that give me the right to call myself German and to comment on the country’s war guilt?