The Internet's algorithms may be making us small-minded but Britannica's Pro vs. Con can give you every reason why what you know about virtually any issue ain't necessarily so...

The first community-based political incubator, synthesizing the best of liberal and conservative ideals with technology and history to generate applications & actions for the post-modern era...

Sometimes division is a good thing--microtargeted online communities pioneered by Patients Like Me are extending and even saving lives...

Harvard's Project Implicit allows you to scientifically test your biases in ten+ areas, including race, and contribute anonymously to a worldwide database in the process...

The Better Life Index considers the widest variety of factors in determining national health, and lets users decide which factors are the most important to them in determining the results...

The United Nations' widely recognized Human Development Index defines a nation's well-being as a combination of health (life expectancy), education, and standard of living (per capita income)...

The Social Progress Imperative's Social Progress Index primarily distinguishes itself from other indices by measuring social progress directly, independent of economic development...

The New Economic Foundation's Happy Planet Index is combining data from a variety of sources to determine which nations are best achieving long, happy, sustainable lives for their people...

Worldmeter is run by an international team of developers, researchers, and volunteers with the goal of making world statistics available in a thought-provoking and time-relevant format to a wide audience around the world...

The Internet Lost And Found has been taking the concept of the Good Samaritan both digital and global for nearly two decades...