Music can change your mind, your mood and it may just save your life… “Music kept me from committing suicide as a kid.”
I am a personal Ghoster and here is my story.
I feel I speak on behalf of every single person that has dealt with these issues that it shouldn’t GET better, it should BE better from day one.
All of Pat Brothwell’s technology decided to malfunction last weekend, what he learned about himself was eye opening.
“Where we love is home; home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts.” – Oliver Wendell Holmes
Better Than A Loose Screw
In a world where we become more and more dependent on technology, Doug Zeigler tries find an equilibrium between the real and online worlds for his children.
Josh Bowman is spending the next couple of weeks offering tips on how to do basic activities (you’re welcome). Today: riding a bus.
The modern man is beset on all sides by challenges logistical and psychological. Here’s a possible solution.
This is a comment by Jesse Stoner on the post “Who I Am: Poems by Kids”.
Mark Radcliffe takes note of Apple, Inc’s promise to help Foxconn create a safer and more ethical workplace for the workers who manufacture their products.
Thaddeus Howze thinks gadgets are failing us, despite their touted awesomeness to humanity.
A Chinese teen sold one of his kidneys in order to buy an iPad. Joanna Schroeder wonders what metaphorical organs we’ve all been selling to keep up with our consumerist culture.
iPad, Nook, iPod, Droid or other? What’s your favorite gadget?
It’s not so hard to convert ideas into apps with the help of an Italian company.
“A teenage me would be only a glimmer when compared to most kids today.”