IoT (Internet of Toxicity)

From our Q1 2018 Report When something becomes “toxic,” it generally means a lot of infected, even poisonous, material has been dropped into it. Does your life today feel more toxic than it used to? If so, you aren’t alone. … Read More

Updating Privacy

If you are like me (and, trust me, I’m fairly normal when it comes to being a part of today’s consumer society) you are getting a lot of emails with the subject line something like: “We are updating our privacy … Read More

What is Your Privacy Worth?

This question has been asked many times over the years, as producers of products and technology have both become increasing more interested in things we once kept private. Originally—by which I mean, before social media—our sense of privacy gave us … Read More

The Changing View of Wellness

We have a new rule at the office. Stay home if you are sick. No longer are there medals handed out for making the effort, for dragging your weak and chilled body out of bed, and certainly not for sneezing … Read More

RNG Design

Automation has already proven to be the next stage of industrial and commercial expansion with manufacturers, food service operators, and distributors all adopting automation on some level in order to cut costs and speed up wait times. However, what happens … Read More

Emerging Evidence: Skewed Consumer Perceptions

Consumers are looking for a guide to give them definitive answers on food. … Read More

The Red Meat Conundrum

I just had one of those confusing scenarios where one study touts something positive about a subject and then I saw another study telling you the same thing is bad. It’s not that unusual to have conflicting studies because there … Read More

Facebook’s “Giving” Apps

Even though people are divided on the new Facebook Timeline, along with it came something that you can’t deny is a good thing. You’ll find the first 3 portals for non-profits under the category of “Giving” in the new App … Read More

SurfEasy – Hiding Your Online Footprints

Recently, a friend of mine’s girlfriend got on his computer to look for a file and stumbled across his chat history. Uh- oh. Lets just say he was soon looking for a roommate, because she did not like what she … Read More