This will seriously improve your personal and professional lives. We’ve talked before about why unplugging once in a while is so important for your personal and professional health. But sometimes taking the dive and hitting the “off” switch is a lot easier said than done.
Fast Company Why It's Finally Time To Embrace Your Mobile Device As An Effective Working Tool Fast Company However, for all the enthusiasm surrounding this new model for efficiency, our fast leap to mobile has come at an ironic cost--it has...
The internet. 1:05 First Email 1:36 First Website 3:05 First Picture On The Internet 3:52 First Search Engine 4:30 First Blog 5:00 First Book Sold On Amazon 5:46 First Item Sold On ebay 6:23 First Phone With The Internet 7:06 First Internet Celeb...
Do you check your phone for text messages or emails during business meetings? According to new research from the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business, you are probably annoying your boss and colleagues.
Tech Addiction Is So Intense, People Will Pay To Be Offline Huffington Post "Just like you get a trainer, or you pay someone to do things that might be hard for you, they're looking for ways to bring balance" said Tiffany Shlain.
Technology is a useful tool, but many people don’t know how to use it properly which can easily become damaging. As much as you may love your Twitter page is it really worth the toll it takes on your health?
Thanks to the NSA, everyone all of a sudden cares about their privacy more than they used to. But most of us aren't doing a good job of locking it down. Here are just a few of the things we all tend to do that leak private information to friends, strangers, businesses, and ad companies.
Somewhere in either Chicago, Baltimore or Washington, someone plunked down $3,995 to buy the Motorola DynaTAC 8000X, the first handheld cellphone, on March 13, 1984 — 30 years ago today. We don't know who that first cellphone buyer was.
1. Memorizing phone numbers It was a hassle remembering numbers. Now we simply add them to our contacts list. That usually works well unless our device is lost, stolen, or damaged. No one can be expected to remember all their contact numbers.