Every day seems to bring exciting new studies as research shows us more about how social media is changing the way we relate to one another, share information and even form our identities.
I believe we have already and will continue to see real change in the coming years as users take back the Internet and hold service providers more accountable for their actions.
What we know today as "email" is a really a system -- a system of interlocking parts, each of which is essential for ordinary people to communicate effectively with one or many others. As a part of the Huffington Post's History of Email Series, this post provides details on the first email system created at UMDNJ in 1978.
There are many, varied, and well-known advantages to networking. But let's be honest: sometimes it can be a real pain in the a**. There should be an app for that.
Life is percentages. Automating the cut & paste step is not a panacea that removes any possibility of error. But it does significantly reduce the likelihood of an error.
Just for fun (and in honor of Labor Day and the people who work for a living), here is a list of buzzwords, biz speak and hipster droppings that should be banned from every business meeting forevermore.
We all have our own visions and definitions of what an ideal smartphone should look like -- some people crave more storage space, while others yearn for more virtual controls or limitless storage. Instead of dreaming about the future, let's take a look at some of the latest innovations.
For the past few years, whenever I meet a new startup, I treat them like a rock band. Not only because I believe startups are rock stars, but because I have learned -- from my experience as the owner of an indie record label and as an early-stage investor -- that there are a lot of similarities between the two.
SB 962 will provide especially important protections for our children, who are among the most avid smartphone users and often do not take steps to protect their private information.
Like most Americans, I grew up on a steady diet of fictional robots. They were occasionally friendly or cooperative, often murderous, typically clumsy and tone-deaf to human emotions and needs
Leaders parade decision-making as rational and strategic because they "have the numbers" to support it. The tech revolution with its miraculous information-processing seems to support the idea of data as king.
It's easy, for instance, for a parent to access their child's name and Social Security number, then open up a phony account--even if the victim is literally a child. Most companies don't check the ages, so that's why this crime can go undetected for years.
If voters care about myriad issues, and see elections as an effective forum in which they can act upon those issues, why have they stopped racing to the ballot box?
Drones are the natural progression of technology in war. They save lives, and make "safe battle" more of a reality.
Unfortunately, in this world of mobile devices, we must face one harsh reality -- all of them need to be recharged. With that in mind, we took a look at several items that can make that task a bit easier.
Five myths have been perpetuated through the misuse of the term "email" to refer to methods for the simple exchange of text messages as email.
Content is content and great and enduring content triumphs while second-rate creations get consumed and forgotten.