Satellites mistaken for stars in the night sky, the incessant buzzing of electricity everywhere, the obese data spectrums filling every atom with terabytes of data, the cars zooming through the streets and that slithering steel subway beneath it.
Technology smirks, content with itself. It has succeeded again.
Everything is going great until your love pulls out their cell phone. To your horror, it is not a smart phone. It’s not even a blackberry. It’s a Nokia flip phone, circa 2000.
You promise that you’re going to spend less time on your phone, less time snap chatting, on social media. But truth is, you can’t.
What happens when a terrorist group or unstable regime gets its hands on one? Could they use a drone to deliver a weapon of mass destruction over a civilian population?
Immersive Journalism is giving people the opportunity to experience real life events from the comfort of their homes.
I often find myself reminding people that technology is not an entity with an agenda.
As athletes, we always look for the next big thing that will make us stronger, faster and more powerful. Lately, many of us have turned to technology.
Freedom and happiness lie in the natural world.
This is incredible.