Digital Age

One important way to return to pre-Digital Age times is through the important art of small talk. In a recent Wall Street
Jay Shetty encourages us to consider the ways in which technology affects our personal lives.
Jay Shetty encourages us to consider the ways in which technology affects our personal lives.
This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. In today's technology-driven reality
"Today, technology and data intelligence are allowing people to change the way we address and ultimately solve our most pressing
Leadership is overrated. All too often accompanied by inflated ego and entitlement, it tears us apart, offers a temporary façade of confidence, and severs our relationship with the only true leader.
Show the world you love yourself just as you are and then challenge others to demonstrate the same.
Scrolling through my Facebook feed a few weeks ago, I noticed that the young woman whose bat mitzvah I officiated just weeks
Let this quote remind you of how precious life is and how fast time flies, especially when you have children.
The technology now exists to deliver, at the push of a touch screen, a taxi to your door. A doctor can assess a person's health remotely. Computers can process and organize data from millions of inputs.
In the beginning of the relationship, we are in awe of what the phone can do for us. We celebrate it when it's still considered new. We holds hands with it everywhere we go. We clean it and dry it and worship its little face.
How fast does your personal technology allow you to move through life? Most of us have mastered the art of simultaneously operating multiple screens. We texting while watch our DVR'ed shows. We're on the phone as we browse the web.
from "11 Metres" - David Gregory Anyone who knows me will raise an eyebrow at what they no doubt see as not only a road to
The new age of information intelligence gives us the opportunity to optimize outcome and rationalize costs, with a more tailored
The beauty of being in voiceover today over any other time in history is the fact that every session is as near as a simple "patch". By that I mean a studio in one region of the country -- say Austin, Texas -- can easily patch (connect remotely) with another studio, say, in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Millennials. Generation Y. Generation Maybe. I do not believe I was born in the right time period. I love writing, I love
AOL co-founder Steve Case sits down with HuffPost Live to discuss his book "The Third Wave: An Entrepreneur’s Vision of the
Go into the archives of advertising and pick some ad at random. What will impress you immediately is how text-heavy advertising was until about 15 years ago.