Science is deceptively void of emotion. There’s a Big Bang, a periodic table and numbers. But they can get awfully dry, and so can technology—at least on the surfaceKeep reading
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Biometric authentication has been a hot topic in the enterprise tech world for quite some time, but thanks to Apple’s Touch ID, Mastercard’s ‘Selfie Pay’ and others, biometrics have become more consumer-facing…literally.Keep reading
- Views April 11, 2016
With the recent passing of Garry Shandling, I found my Facebook news feed crammed with tributes to the talented comedian’s life and career. Scrolling through the status updates following his death on March 24, I noticed an evolution of posts.Keep reading
- Views April 5, 2016
Over the past few years we’ve seen media companies struggle to stay afloat. Outlets that we’ve grown to know and love have either shut down or have started to operate on a contributor-based model. Why is this happening? They simply can’t afford to pay for full-time writers anymore.Keep reading
- Views March 24, 2016
I’m going to Coachella again this year, marking three years in a row. With my trip approaching, I started to think about how advances in technology have changed the experience at music festivals over the years.Keep reading
- Views March 23, 2016
You may be familiar with Microsoft’s “I’m a PC” campaign, which was subsequently countered by Apple’s “Get a Mac” campaign a few years ago. These ads truly resonate with those of us who see the technology we choose and use daily as an extension of our personas and style. We put ourselves squarely in one camp or the other, PC or Mac.
- Views March 7, 2016
Every Monday evening on my walk home from the office, I pass by a beautiful 1969 Shelby Mustang. Wait one second, did I just call a car beautiful? Yes, I did. Any car fanatic will tell you that whether you are at a local car show or viewing the latest spy photographs of a new model release, we tend to assign human characteristics to our favorite vehicles. While we all know cars are not humans, the introduction of autonomous vehicle technology has started to blur the lines.
- Views February 29, 2016
Watching the presidential debates and witnessing the ensuing personal debates happening in person and on Facebook between friends and family, has me frustrated. The major reason? It seems like no one really takes the time to listen to each other. We should take a minute and re-evaluate the importance of listening.
- Views February 16, 2016
Every year football’s biggest game generates a ton of buzz and excitement for various reasons. In our industry, and probably for majority of the non-sports fans, the commercials that are played throughout the game are what cause the anticipation and excitement.Keep reading
- Views January 28, 2016
If you were on any form of social media over this weekend, you probably noticed that people were generating and sharing passive aggressive memes and sharing them with their followers. These memes were generated based off of the viral Be like Bill meme that show how Bill is a far superior internet user than everyone else. i.e. “Bill doesn't use hashtags on every post. Bill is smart. Be like Bill.”