Technology

Start-Ups, Mobile Social Apps and Coding School for All

Of late, I’ve been reading more information about start-ups. I am not sure if the trend is something born out of an interest of my own, or if it’s the circles I’m keeping, but I … Read on

5 Technology Posts to Jumpstart Your Week

Marketers Look to Integrate Social, E-Mail, and Mobile in 2012 Loyalty, Customer Retention, and Awareness top the list of eMarketer’s most recent study on how top executives value social media interaction in 2012.  “Business executives said they … Read on

Quick Bits: Thoughts on How We Read Online

I’ve been reading Nicholas Carr‘s book, the Shallows again lately. In it, he takes particular care in laying out study upon study and argument upon argument to promote the idea that the Internet is a … Read on

@USAtoday on Neurology, Technology, and Books

Another nice write-up surrounding Carr’s “The Shallows” Amplify’d from www.usatoday.com Always-on technology Everyone knows that our digital age — from the always-on Web to our bleeping PDAs — is here to stay. But just how … Read on

Book Update: The Buerlinien Arguement and Other Reasons Everyone Has ADD

So a few weeks ago I told you I was reading Mr. Buerlien’s The Dumbest Generation. That activity has continued and I’m continuing to enjoy the arguments laid out by the professor. Poking around on PBS’s website … Read on