He has a hip that his cell phone rests on below his belt clip. Like a gun slinger ready for some action and there is action everywhere.
We wake up to news that the prior night an innocent person was killed at point-blank range. We come back from lunch to news of a mass shooting in a public gathering place. We drive home from work but have to go around downtown because there’s a bomb scare. We sit down to dinner and…
He’s considered the “Father of the Digital Revolution,” and here are his principles for living an incredible life.
Should we really be concerned about the privacy of your selfies when national security is at risk?
The offer to assist the F.B.I is less about a desire to help the government and more about ensuring that a dangerous precedent isn’t set.
Most of people don’t do this. Most people don’t view struggle—and even failure—as instructive. Most people don’t demonstrate the resilience to hang in through tough times this way or the openness to say, “That didn’t work—what can I learn about myself?”
Will you miss opportunity’s knock by chasing your passion?
Kelly DuMar masterfully captures “the holy moment that saves your life” in this deceptively simple prose poem.
Companies like Apple, Google, and Facebook are leaders in the movement toward renewable energy.
We’ve now gotten comfortable throwing homophobes out of the corner office, but are we ready to accept openly gay corporate chieftains?
This isn’t the first time people have called for additional emoji.
“Human rights and dignity are great philosophical principles but the hard work of executing on these principles depends on our individual acts every day.”
Ken Goldstein looks at trust, brand loyalty and Apple.
In the latest installment of “Love, Recorded,” phones stop working. Does life go on?
What would a biography look like if it was comprised solely of social network updates? Doug Bond asked himself this very question and the results are hilarious.
It may not be the first Steve Jobs movie, but it is surely the biggest so far.