Askphilosophers.org is a website that aims to bridge the gap between trained philosophers and the general public by providing a space for you to ask a question (whether day-to-day or metaphysical) which philosophers attempt to answer using their skills and knowledge. They recently published their second book What Should I Do? edited by Alexander George. This book asks and battles with a large variety of questions about childhood, abortion, death, medicine, rights, government, and moral theories. Is it ever okay to be dishonest? Is it wrong to enjoy violent video games? Does morality truly exist? What is surprisingly lovely about this book is that even if 1000 miles separates you from the person who asked the question or the one who tried answering it, it surely seems like a vast array of issues are similar to all humans. Explore the website to find some answers or ask your own question or get this book to know more.