Like Truman, most of us are blissfully unaware that the digital screens in our lives – smartphones, tablets, computers, and TVs – have been shaping our desires and influencing our choices.
Technology is amazing, but what’s more amazing is staying boss of it and using it wisely. Here’s how.
Starbucks stopped selling print newspapers in their stores. Here’s why that’s a bad idea.
Sure, you could whip out your smartphone to learn something. But that’s not as fun and it won’t stick with you long. There’s a better way to learn.
It’s so easy to ask Google these days. But what is the true cost of the answers we get back?
Every year Apple releases new products and an update to their iOS. And every year, many iPhone users who download the update notice their current phone starts to slow down. Coincidence?
In an age when much of our lives is influenced by technology, is it possible to live life authentically?
I’ve started reading Franklin Foer’s new book World Without Mind: The Existential Threat of Big Tech. I can already tell it’s an important and timely read. Foer pulls no punches as he talks about the ideas that fuel the big tech companies and the imperative of resisting them.