Tag: #innovation

TOXIC TECHNOLOGY: WHEN ITS USE IS NOT THE INTENTIONS OF THE CREATOR

“Not the intended use.” technological reasons We don’t realize it, but there were alternate uses for some of the technology we have in today’s society. Like the television was supposed to be created as an educational tool for learning. Yet today we are constantly…

SELF DRIVING VEHICLES: ARE WE READY FOR THEM TO COME TO MARKET

“Are you ready?” trust the machine We are not gung ho about the idea of driving in a car that we don’t control. But at much as we don’t like it, it’s one of those things that eventually will come to market. But who…

FUTURE TELEVISION: HOW TELEVISION HAS CHANGED OVER TIME

“Where are we going?” it sure has changed From when my mother was a child, to me, to now; television has changed a lot over the past 50 years. When my mother was young she said there only a few channels on television because…

NATION INNOVATION: WHY AMERICA NEED TO INNOVATE

“What must be done.” in need of growth America has had a lot of social strife over the recent years. But the question that must be asked is, where is the innovation or an invention. We are creating in this country, even when looking…

ATTENTION SPAN: WHY IT’S SO HARD TO FOCUS ON ONE MEDIUM AT A TIME

“From one device to the next.” devices for viewing As I am writing this article about the attention span of people viewing entertainment, I am currently on multiple devices myself. Why is it, that we cannot focus on one thing at a time? Especially…

THE NEW STARTING QB: HOW THE GEEK HAS BECAME GOD

“Brains over brawn: the new cool.” Over the recent years, the men and women in the tech space have become these popular individuals with the same sort of following as athletes and entertainers. Who ever would have thought that the once considered geeky kids…

METRO-MERI-CONOMY: HOW THE U.S. MAJOR CITIES ARE SWALLOWING OUR ECONOMY

“The takeover is real.” Living in New York City, I feel a world away from where I grew up in the United States. My small Midwest city consisted of nearly 80,000 people and a county seat of close to 200,000. Now that I live…