Posts Tagged “technology”

Technology was supposed to help us, not rob us

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Technology was supposed to help us, not rob us

Technology was supposed to help us, not rob us We were told that computers were supposed to make our lives more efficient, and save us time and money. They have done none of that. Instead, they are ruining our lives, costing us a fortune and contributing to a society driven by anger and emotion. By…

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The Selfie Stick craze — I surrendered

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The Selfie Stick craze — I surrendered

I wasn’t planning on buying a “selfie stick” to help take pictures with my iPhone 6. They seem more like “selfish sticks” and I thought the selfie was another way that technology isolates us as human beings from each other. But, I got one as a gift and now I can’t put the damn thing down. By…

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Baby Boomer dreaming, the old days

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Baby Boomer dreaming, the old days

  Baby Boomer dreaming, the old days   By Ray Hanania     As I sat at Midway Airport the other day waiting for a flight, I was remembering how the world has really changed, as most Baby Boomers my age do.   I’ve written in the past how Midway was just an open air…

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Technology Review: Apple TV and AirPlay, sometimes they work, sometimes they don’t

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Technology Review: Apple TV and AirPlay, sometimes they work, sometimes they don’t

Apple TV and AirPlay, sometimes they work, sometimes they don’t By Ray Hanania You probably figured out by now that I buy a lot of technology. Yes and yes. I use a lot of it in my consulting work and am constantly looking for ways to save time. Apple TV has a lot of uses,…

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Baby Boomers: Apple MAC owners are a little stranger

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Baby Boomers: Apple MAC owners are a little stranger

When my dad bought a new phone in the early 1960s, he didn’t go all ga-ga over it. It was sleek. Beige in Color. It was aerodynamic — I’m not sure why anyone wanted an aerodynamic phone back in the 1960s, but it was. It has a curled cord that matched the phone and it…

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