Virtual offices are great examples of just how much the Digital Revolution has changed the world. From our healthcare system to our entertainment media, digital technology has changed nearly every aspect of the modern human life. We use computers to learn, to research, to entertain, and to heal.
Every business that is getting ready to announce the world its existence, i.e. to start being present and visible online should be aware of all the advantages of such a movement, but also of all the dangers and inconveniences that might await you there. It is especially important for people who are not on the same wavelength with the modern technology that they ask for advice and think twice before Continue Reading →
A mix of tech and non-tech reasons The sermon has been poured out enough number of times on how the Smartphones and the rest of mobile-breed are making your children dormant by the day. You would hardly contradict given the fact that kids today have deserted those games we cherished till the 90s – Hide & Seek and the likes of it – and are seen struggling with the virtual Continue Reading →
Recently, there has been a lot of buzz regarding the use of Cloudflare service to speedup and “optimize” websites. I am writing this post to warn fellow webmasters and bloggers to avoid using this service. While the Cloudflare advertisement is quite attractive and might have you convinced regarding the benefits that it is suppose to bring, all is not milk and honey.
I was quite amazed by the notion of a scientist who in an interview claimed that he is working on making a robot like the T1000 model in Terminator 2: Judgment Day (played by Robert Patrick). While such a notion might seem far fetched, however, with the US military already using about 8000 robots and the plan to make an android football team under a set timeline. The age of Continue Reading →