Tag Archives: technology

#WJChat on Training

Today’s topic on #wjchat is whether or not we spend enough time on training. I spend a ton of time training because I’m studying this in college, but even so, I feel there’s always room for more. After discussing that, … Continue reading

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Q&A with Tom Masters

One of the sites I stumbled across while reading advice for unpublished authors was the fantastic Future Perfect Publishing. On the site Tom Masters discusses the changes that technology has brought about in the publishing industry and he was kind … Continue reading

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An Interview With Phil Morse, Founder of Digital DJ Tips

I recently got a chance to interview Phil Morse, founder of the blog Digital DJ Tips and contributor to DJTechtools. Morse is a music and technology blogger, web marketer, long time DJ and journalist. Over a 13 year club DJ … Continue reading

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Science Steps Up

“How the mind can move objects,” a news clip from CNN explains literally how a human mind can move objects! A brain-based computer technology company named NeuroSky has recently invented a device that detects human brain waves and use them … Continue reading

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Time to Eat the Sunlight!

Throw out your chargers and throw out your batteries. Why? Because a new solar cell has been invented! The technology comes in a panel that uses a photosensitive dye which absorbs in light and gives out energy (like how a … Continue reading

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Media Analysis – Information Overload

I was reading an article on the New York Times’ website today, “When Phones Are Just Too Smart,” that was about how many iPhone owners are simply overwhelmed by the bevy of apps (numbering up from 140,000) available to them. … Continue reading

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Stupid Accidents

Talking on the phone while driving is a well-known dangerous combination for causing road accidents. Of course, it is a phrase that we’re all familiar with. Distracted driving used to be one of the biggest concerns for potential accidents. Before? … Continue reading

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Discussion of an article in The New York Times

I recently read an article on The New York Times website titled “The Children of Cyberspace: Old Fogies by Their 20s” by Brad Stone. The article discusses how technology is creating “mini-generation gaps” because children are surrounded by technology that … Continue reading

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