Please don’t be that person.
Are we making authentic connections in real life and on social media? Anthony Goulet explores our perception of connections.
The truth is, whether we like to admit it or not, we have all fallen victim to the social media cycle.
“The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point is to change it.”—Karl Marx, Theses on Feuerbach (1888
Adam Hall wonders how modern parents can ever be honest about their kids when everything they say is constantly being recorded and scrutinized on social media.
Steve Locke likes Facebook. But he is not willing to debate with anyone who thinks people who look like him are less than human. You cannot give racism an equal standing in a conversation without being racist.
Dillan DiGiovanni asks that if you really want to share yourself, you share the dark along with the light.
As a black man and father, Doyin Richards urges people to think critically before discussing the unrest in Ferguson and other hot-button topics.
Are people living happier and more fulfilling lives since technology enabled us to “do” more? Or are people increasingly stressed out due to overstimulation, due to being over-connected?
Multi-tasking email alongside other forms of communication such as phone and face-to-face meetings increases stress.
Technology can be an incredible help or an incredible menace. Here’s how it’s making our lives better.
There’s no denying it: technological distractions are abundant, and are even more so when you’re a parent. Joni Edelman on how to succeed in being savvy and a quality parent.