Digital technology has made a lot of things obsolete in the past 20 years, but it's about to get worse. "Time" magazine has a list of five tech products that will probably die out in the next five years.
When I first saw this video earlier this year, I thought it was condescending and brutal. Now, I don't think it's harsh enough. In our quest to have the latest and greatest tech and be on the most popular sites, we've forgotten how to have real lives.
In case you missed the announcement, Facebook is adding a new feature that threatens to expose all of your dirty laundry. It's called "Graph Search" and it's a new, expanded search engine built in to the social media giant that will not only search users, but your status updates, likes, and links--everything you've posted.
This is huge... but there are ways to ensure your privacy.
Recently Brad posted a thoughtful article on the dangers of keeping your kids' safe online. His concerns were sparked by a recent study by the Federal Trade Commission that found that most mobile apps for kids are secretly collecting data from their smartphones. Scary, right?
Brad, arguably my arch-nemesis tech geek in the building, surmised that the only true way to keep your kids safe online was
I believe that moms are busier than they have ever been. To make life a little easier we are using technology to our advantage and I have to admit my apps help me get through my busiest mom days.
Here are the most common used Apps:
Living Social - Perfect for finding sweet deals for date night or family night
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I read an article last night about text messages and the top things women use in messages that annoy men. Here is a list of the top annoying things men receive in a text messages:
Multiple Exclamation Points
Not Giving Enough Time For a Response
Do any of these things annoy you or do you use them on a d
This is good news for Brad Weiser and Terry Morgan. According to a new survey from Modis, Americans--almost three out of five--say that being called a "geek" isn't an insult any more: It's a COMPLIMENT.