Humans’ Race

In this ever-changing society we live in, we see the technological advances exploding before us and the generations to come. However, how educated are those from the previous generations to these technological advances? And more importantly, how will this affect the minds of the future generations? There is the shift from the non-digital era of the 20th century to the overtly… Read more →

The Magic of Technology

Tristan Harris’ work, How Technology is Hijacking Your Mind—from a Magician and Google Design Ethicist, explains not only the extreme dependence the general public has on technology but also the strong need and desire to stay connected in fear of missing out on opportunities or news. He further explains this in a Ted-Talk as he describes the psychology and analysis… Read more →

Stalking Myself

Before the Search: Ultimately, everyone can be searched and found on the internet due to the exponential increase in the technological use of 2018. If someone were to have googled my name, I believe that my identity would only be traced to a facebook link. However, if someone were to have googled my stage name, Renee Audrey, then I believe… Read more →

Check it out: “How Today’s Colleges and Universities are Using Social Media”

Doug Ridley’s article, “How Today’s Colleges and Universities are Using Social Media” touches upon the new trend of social media aiding in connection and productivity for universities. Ridley’s work explains how social media helps promote the school to their students, future and current, as well as alumni. Posting pictures of clubs, events, and functions of the school help aid in… Read more →

Check it out: “Social Media and Teens: How Does Social Media Affect Teenagers’ Mental Health”

Katie Hurley’s article “Social Media and Teens: How Does Social Media Affect Teenagers’ Mental Health” on psycom.net addresses the prominent issues of social media and how it affects one’s mental wellbeing. Hurley describes the lack of research done on the aforementioned theme, and how it is difficult to come to a conclusion in this regard because of ever-changing technology. The… Read more →

Blog Post #2 The Atlantic

While we take our iPhones and iPads to every destination, it is interesting to think about the future of technology from the millennial standpoint in 2018 America. This future provokes thoughts such as, Where do we go from here? Is there more room to improve? In 1945, Vennevar Bush poses these questions in his article, “As We May Think” in a popular… Read more →

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