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TBT | Our Heroes are (Still) Problematic

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With the future of the next issue and the magazine still up in the air, I thought today would be a good time to throwback to when I discussed the issue of hero worship in relation to Peter Singer and a few others. Read More »

WAIW | Another Walk’N’Talk

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Although things have been relatively quiet online, lots of stuff has been happening in the background. Today, I thought I would bring you up-to-date on at least some of it. Read More »

WAIW | Your Last Real Friend?

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Thanks to social media, lots of us connect with people daily. However, when was the last time you made a real friend and how did it happen? Read More »

WAIW | Lowering Expectations

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Facebook has me feeling down again, so I decided to talk a bit about that and find out whether or not you might have a solution. Read More »

TBT | Printing T.O.F.U.

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Although the magazine itself hasn't been commercially printed in a long time, that hasn't stopped readers from doing it themselves. Read More »

T.O.F.U. #16 | Call for Submissions

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It's time to start working on another issue, and this time around T.O.F.U. is tackling hero worship. No, not the movie kind. Read More »