Let me make one distinction first: saving time is different from capturing time. By capturing time, I’m talking about preserving the moments that seem to escape us. Harnessing today’s technology, which is, incidentally, begging us to use it, is one surefire way to bottle up some time. Smartphone apps, for example, have been a way…
Put down the hammer and nails. These projects require different tools.
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And, perhaps, cooler too.
Sean Swaby asks, “Is your life worth waiting for?”
Your health is important and today’s technology makes it easier to stay on top of it. — I love technology, you love technology, hey even the Dali Lama is on Twitter! If you’re not reading this on a computer, you are probably reading it on a phone or tablet. Technology can have its downside in…
While there may be similarities, not all “startup founders” are the same. Here’s why.
Oh, here’s a brilliant newsflash: If we [women] don’t want to be objectified by men, we shouldn’t do it to them. Imagine that.
Is your child getting behind the wheel? Hank McKensey has a few tips for you.
Karol Gajda urges you to learn from his mistakes.
Power has its privileges, but apps can level the playing field—unless of course, they’re designed to entitle the entitled.
Ryan Shea thinks it can be hard to find a good partner on gay apps.
There are tons of apps out there that fall short when it comes to design. Mike LaVigne, the creative force behind the highly rated menstrual cycle app Clue, suggests moving beyond the stereotypes.
Tune in, turn on and drop out – using apps to unplug.
How the apps on your phone could measure worldwide happiness, quality of life, and community interconnectedness.
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