I was recently trying to book a flight on American Airlines using accumulated miles/points.
Upgrading to a new Apple computer (2017 27-inch iMac) involved facing the fact that FireWire is truly ancient technology.
I don’t play a lot of electronic games, but have recently been enjoying the Electronic Arts release of Monopoly on my iPhone.
A little over seven months have passed since I started using a Fitbit.
I have been using a Fitbit Charge 2 over the past week, with the goal being to improve fitness through measurement and digital encouragement.
I have had an Apple iPad for over five years now.
Little strikes fear in the hearts and minds of music production engineers like upgrading to a new version of Mac OS X.
This week Google announced and released their new photo sharing service.
Last night I attended Richard Stallman’s lecture at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, on the subject of “Free Software and Your Freedom”.
We’ve already looked at the first half of Alone Together, which focused on how people are increasingly socializing with technology, especially with artificially-intelligent robots.
Sherry Turkle’s book Alone Together presents a well-researched look at how technology is changing the way we socialize, both with each other, and with technology itself.