Should you allow use of today's technology as a means to entertain your child while in a restaurant?
I recently read an article by Nick Bilton in the New York Times http://nyti.ms/Y7Qk7R entitled “The Child, the Tablet and the Developing Mind.” He writes on technology and the “Bits” blog for the Times. I was particularly struck by his response to a question his sister asked. She was talking about how she lets her children use iPads at the dinner table when she doesn’t want to.
How dating & relationships have changed in our technology laden world. Can you date today?
The progression of technology, computers and phones make communication a new species in modern relationships. What used to require actual phone calls and advanced notice now happens in the blink of an eye. And this fast pace may hurt your relationships.
Feeling disconnected? It may be time to log off and plug back into your relationship.
Oxford University psychologists have found that couples who overuse technology to keep in touch tend to have less satisfying marriages. Our expert explains how relying on technology may come at the cost of closeness in your relationship.
Don't let technology glitch your perspective. You deserve the same respect dating online and off.
Dating online can be the beginning of a long lasting relationship. According to Match.com, one out of every five new relationships starts online. However, even though technology can speed up the time it takes to find someone, it still takes time to plant the seed and let it blossom into lasting love.
Top ten reasons to build an online dating profile and find your plus one.
There are various life factors that may lead you to turning to the Internet to Find Your Plus One. Perhaps you live in a small town with limited options. Perhaps you are new to town and don't know that many people. Maybe your career and work hours make it improbable to find someone during your free time.
Online dating is a great resource to help find a companion for an event, a date or for life.
1) The Internet is OPEN - 24 Hours a Day/7 Days a Week!
Remember the days past when we did not have technology at our fingertips?
What’s that you ask? Well, we’ve heard of the juice fasts, the fruit and vegetable fasts, the liquid fasts, the “I am not gonna eat any food” fasts… but in this day and age, it may be relevant to consider a technology fast.
“But, I cannot LIVE without my iPhone, Galaxy, Blackberry, email, or fill in device of your choice” you cry out. Hmm… perhaps it’s not something you would consider doing during the work week as we need to be reachable for meetings, phone calls and the like. It may however be something
Don't let defective technology interfere with your love life!
Although AT&T once boasted being the first carrier to have access to the coveted iPhone, those days are long gone. Now they're not even run-of-the-mill; they straight-up suck. But what does this mean for your romantic relationship? Does your cell phone carrier affect it?
The technological world doesn't favor a brain type that more men than women seem to possess.
She tried to fix it herself. Honest.
This is another “without fail” story. And if you’re a woman who speaks that binary computer mumbo dot jumbo, spare me. Go fix a good pot roast or something; then we’ll talk.
I am not a stupid woman. Even though I have trouble with the times table for seven, I am not diminished; I’ve never had to use 7 x 8 in real life, anyway. Hear me roar.