“How many lives and generations will be spent in misery before social and tech trends make things better and/or weird?”
You find you are questioning yourself, asking, is it really possible to fall in love with someone you have yet to meet? Yet despite all of this, you can’t get him out of your head.
If a keyboard can play like a guitar, will the guitar continue to lose popularity?
It was nothing short of genius for Expedia to decide to bring the world to those unable to travel anywhere.
Have you ever taken the face-to-face risk with a long-distance online crush? Here’s what happened when Cabot O’Callaghan did.
“I think that everybody should see this video and we should ask ourselves how we can get a balance between reality and virtual, to find a way that makes us truly happy.”
Marshall is worth watching not just for the idea behind his poem, but for the wonderful wordplay throughout.
This is a comment by The Blurpo on the post “Your Very Own Live 3D Virtual Girlfriend?”
Google Goggles had nothing on this, glasses that bring the web to your everyday field of vision.
Jason Silva talks about the search for manufactured bliss.
Once upon a time, real people had to play records on the radio. A San Antonio station is making that irrelevant.
YouTube videos are just one way LGBT people are utilizing the Internet as an integral part of the coming-out process.