We can do a lot of things online, but remembering what we read isn’t one of them.
By Dee Dee Risher, from Geez
One parent’s struggle to maintain a technological balance in her household.
We may be living within an “ancestor simulation” being conducted by our future descendants.
When technology arrived in the 1700s, the shape of the world changed dramatically. A feeling of techno-optimism began to grow and has continued to grow since then in the form of new technologies. But is it about to go too far?
A selection of books that pique our interest.
Publication bias within scientific journals typically disregards research that fails to find a link between two things.
Looking down at your phone for too long adds significant stress to the neck and spine.
Ensuring that a technology designed to bring us closer together doesn't make us strangers to each other.