Why does your dog pretend to like you?
What's the cost of being a nerd?
Is Google making us stupid?
Is the donut doomed?
When is evil cool?
Is porn adultery?

If the answers to these questions make you stop to think, that's the intent of the Atlantic Project.

The Atlantic magazine suggests there are too many rote answers in the world and not enough good questions. Challenging assumptions to get better answers and to think, the magazine is on course to challenge America to think again.

In style and substance, the Atlantic Project engages, entertains and encourages participation with videos, commentary, blogs and sharing through social networks. It also invites participants to visit the magazine.

So, why isn't the Atlantic promoting this clever creative approach more aggressively to mainstream America? Was that another question?

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