Our smartphones can remember almost everything for us these days. But what is that doing to our brains?
In an age when much of our lives is influenced by technology, is it possible to live life authentically?
All the knowledge of Google in your pocket? Cool! But it comes at a cost.
To hook future users, Facebook has just launched Messenger Kids, targeting 6-12 year olds. Should you let your child use it?
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.
We are mere humans. We stand back in awe at what the gods of Silicon Valley have brought to us! Let us honor the gods by paying homage to their greatness!
Some questions to get you thinking about your identity in the Age of the Smartphone. Who are you, really?