The future sucks. If we make it that far. When we thought about the future back then it all seemed so much more transportation-based in terms of hypothetical advances, right?
More posts by this contributor 7 things to think about voice Social media, politics, and the bubble of distraction. Virtually all companies are doing digital transformation wrong. We talk a lot about the vast changes technology has had on our lives and on business.
Using technology is like having sex. We like the fun, the feelings, and the connection with others. In both instances, the guy just kind of shrugged, washed his hands, and left.
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Yesterday, in my tale of woe regarding my experiences with AndroidI touched a little bit on my good friend and colleague David Gewirtz's piece about why he no longer uses many Microsoft products anymore. I don't think it's my place to refute David's technology choices or his reasoning for why he made them. First, I'm not comfortable making statements that could be construed as being made on Microsoft's behalf even though they would strictly be my own opinions, just as they always are.
Collecting water from the air is nothing new. Fog nets—typically constructed using a sheet of plastic mesh hung between a pair of poles—are often used in arid areas to capture water vapor. The vapor condenses into a liquid on the mesh and is then drawn down into a collection receptacle.
Some community members might have badges that indicate their identity or level of participation in a community. Member levels indicate a user's level of participation in a forum. The greater the participation, the higher the level.
Technology doesn't completely suck. But it's overcompensating for human life! What creativity arises when we constantly have access to a whole other world simply at our fingertips?
We can stay connected and instantly know what Joe Blow is doing as well as any other person we have met during our entire life. We can now be REALLY productive… so productive in fact that we can work away from the office, and continue working while we are at home, at the gym, right when we wake up in the morning and just before going to sleep at night. As the video above showed so beautifully, we are consumed by technology and staying connected.