Teens aren’t necessarily less social, but the contours of their social lives have changed.
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The eighteenth century was one of technological innovations. Popular interest in science, new inventions and technologies, had never been so strong, and saw the rising popularity of public science lectures, which often included demonstrations and live experiments.
The Question of Slowing Productivity Amidst Rising Automation.
In this modern age of digital technology, the life of kids has changed drastically. Smart phones, video games, televisions and tablets have replaced footballs, books and toys.
New Parody Launched in Advance of National Day of Unplugging
Get a great sound quality experience with the Surge 3D headphones This writer has been lucky to review all kinds of things in the last few years. I have talked about new movies, TV show episodes as well as Video Games and books. Now I get to review a pair of headphones. They gave me…
Technology or no, our concept of reality is beginning to blur.
Image via Pixabay Life gets us all down from time to time. No matter how comfortable you may be with your situation, how confident you may generally be, and how many things you may have to be grateful for – some unfortunate circumstances always just around the corner and ready to knock you into the…
Are you doomed to sit on the sidelines (waiting for a bus) while others cash winning e-tickets?
With technology and the way it has improved our lives, the possibilities are endless.
“I’m lying to myself”
To tame technology to do what we need and then let it go so we can be more present, go outside more, move more, be connected to each other in real life more. Wrangling the chaos into something that we use consciously isn’t always easy.
Sometimes children can make you feel like a dinosaur.
There are all sorts of innovative ways to showcase products. The ones discussed here today are just a sample.
Our eyes are glued to our screens, which is causing us to not see what’s important.
In my years of mentoring and coaching, I have observed that it is the people that have so much grit and not gift that reach the finishing line!