I feel for commuters. I commuted about two or more hours a day during my time in college. Since then I have explored many apps. Now I created a list of apps which will be useful for anyone’s next drive. The best part is that these apps are free.
Two days before my birthday, I decided to officially drop my phone carrier. In its place I decided to connect with something easier. That’s right, I’m using the internet of all things as a carrier. You might think I’m odd but think again.
The great recession is over, but the damage is done. We now live in a recovery mode. I call this recovery mode a great regression, which is a turning back from excess to simplicity. This transitioning event is opening our eyes to newer ways to live.
“Beep, Boop, Bop.” Is Technology Taking Over My Life? Here’s some words to my generation. I will try to control my technology. I can’t afford an uncertain future, because companies will continue to take advantage of me. They see the confusion in my eyes, but I sit back and watch them take my future. I must do something.
Lost Art of Writing: How to Remain a Writer Among a Text Culture If you are reading this you are participating in a culture of social media. Among this culture are those who text so much they think they are writers. They are what I refer to as ‘Textsters.”
This little wi-fi device will make big changes in how we do phone, data plans, and life. The device is called “Karma” and simply works as a wireless wi-fi hotspot which can connect up to eight devices.