Girls like “shopping,” boys like “Xbox.” Shocker.
Punctuation, as we recognize it, has been around for more than two thousand years. For most of this time the symbols that separate and clarify our letters were hazy in form and meaning, and evolved slowly; when information …
The tools of the tech industry are seductive, but they are hollowing out the economy
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Critics argue that wireless communication is a poor substitute for social interaction, but our wired world gives voice to the quieter half of the population
He was TIME’s Person of the Year in 2010. Did we get it right?
Information overload leads to stress, especially when much of that information is useless
Dismiss the call/response form of tweeting if you will, but the entertaining distraction can yield some comic gems
By age 2, 92% of American children have an online footprint. What does that do to their psyches?
Peer pressure has never had such a powerful impact on your purchasing decisions